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What if money was no object? We take you inside one of the most beautiful real estate offerings in the province
Address: 805 Forest Hills Drive, North Vancouver
Listing: West Coast Modern
The skinny: Two-bedroom, one-bathroom, 1,363-square-foot house in Edgemont Village
The chic: This historic home was designed by Canadian architect Fred Hollingsworth back in 1952. Over the past 70 years, the architecture has stood the test of time and has been largely unaltered. Something that sets this one-storey home apart from many modern single-unit houses is that it offers only two bedrooms and one bathroom. The 1,363-square-foot house sits on a 9,660-square-foot lot, giving you lots of space to experiment with greenery on the porch and in the backyard. Venturing into the home, you’ll find that the interior is fashioned with a scissor-truss timber ceiling and a five-foot-tall red-brick fireplace. Everything about this space—from the open living area and kitchen to the clerestory windows around the property, to the cream-coloured walls—emits a homey and inviting feel.
The hidden extras: Hollingsworth purposely designed this simple yet practical home to help dwellers connect with natural elements surrounding the property. Towards the west of the home, a wooden patio connects the house to a ground-level garden with tall, hovering trees. Easy access to nature is one of the Flying Arrow House’s biggest attractions.