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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: 430 E Queens Road, North Vancouver
Listing: West Coast Modern
The skinny: Six-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,937-square-foot house in Upper Lonsdale
The chic: This edgy three-storey house in North Vancouver was first built in 1976 and redesigned by Alex Glegg in 2013 to achieve its modern industrial look. Glegg added larger floor-to-ceiling windows and corrugated metal cladding, which enhanced the four distinct containers at the exterior of the building. Thanks to an open floor plan and a massive skylight, the main floor feels spacious and welcoming. Abundant natural light in addition to the angular silhouette from the roof gives the living room a unique shape and clean edges. Dark stone accents on the fireplace also perfectly contrast the light-coloured exterior of this home. Artists will surely appreciate this fun play with texture, light and space.
The hidden extras: This house is perfect for the kids and for your furry friends—the main floor kitchen leads directly to a patio, and the rec room on the lower level connects to a secondary patio. The property is tucked in a quiet cul-de-sac on a 13,771-square-foot flat lot, giving you all the privacy you’d need. There’s also district-owned greenscape to the west of the property, so you can enjoy outdoor living all summer long.