Once the stomping grounds reserved for Vancouver’s yuppies, Yaletown has blossomed into a diverse and family-friendly neighbourhood. While it still boasts hot restaurants and cool lounges, and is bustling from day to night, the distinctly historic vibe of the area and central location make it a highly desirable place to live. Below we show you the current Yaletown listings for the highest- and lowest-priced condominiums and townhomes. We also found one detached house listed, which is also showcased. Price point aside, each of the properties is stunning in its own right.
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As each of these properties are sold, the online listings may no longer be available.
Four-bedroom, four-bathroom condominium
3,864 square feet
Price per square foot: $2,303
This enormous four-bedroom waterfront condo is larger than many houses. Combining two water-view suites, the home has been completely customized. Each bedroom boasts its own en-suite bathroom and the master-bedroom wing (yes, wing) has two full-size walk-in closets. A huge gourmet kitchen and expansive vistas to the south, west and east are the cherry on top of this spectacular home.
Lowest: Homer Street
Studio, one-bathroom condominium
440 square feet
Price per square foot: $852
This sweet studio features a solarium, fireplace and practical open-concept floor plan. One parking stall and one storage locker are included. Fabulous amenities abound in this popular building, including a guest suite, pool, sauna, hot tub and gym.
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Highest: Beach Crescent
Two-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse
2,031 square feet
Price per square foot: $1,723
This gorgeous two-level, two-bed-plus-den townhome is located on the water’s edge, giving unbeatable views over False Creek. This home has high-end finishes throughout, such as eleven-foot ceilings, crown mouldings, cherry-panelled kitchen and a private 200-square-foot, west-facing patio. The building hosts five-star amenities, including a 24-hour concierge.
Lowest: Marinaside Crescent
Two-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse
1,482 square feet
Price per square foot: $843
This unique live-work townhome has two spacious bedrooms, walk-in closet and overheight ceilings. The lower level can either be used to expand the residential home or as a commercial space – it comes complete with its own independent street address. A south-facing gated patio opens onto lush gardens and a terraced lagoon, while the building hosts a pool, sauna, steam shower and gym.
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Four-bedroom, three-bathroom house
2,017 square feet
Price per square foot: $1,239
Who knew there were houses in Yaletown? The only single-family home currently listed in the neighbourhood is this charming 1907 character house set on a 25- by 50-foot lot. Separated into two suites, the upper unit has two floors that can either be configured as three bedrooms or two bedrooms and a den, while the lower floor is a self-contained one-bedroom suite. The main floor boasts original hardwood floors, stained glass and crown mouldings. Upstairs are vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom and a sundeck off the second bedroom. The designated heritage house also has a small and lovely yard, and two underground parking stalls are included.