5 Vancouver Homes That Will Run You $1,000,000+ (PHOTOS)
For 1,000,000 loonies you can purchase this cute character home in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood. Not exactly the price one would expect to pay for a home such as this. Cute, yes. Charming, yes. Affordable, absolutely not. This charming starter home is reserved for the wealthy investors that don’t even call Vancouver home. There are four similar homes lining this section of the street, each from the same era and all with a charming white picket fence. The listing notes that the possibility of a land assembly with development of multi-family homes could go ahead in the future – which means you can say goodbye to all four of these cute homes. It’s a shame really. As it sits the home features a 10-year old roof, newer flooring, and a total of six bedrooms & two bathrooms.
For a little over $1,000,000 you can be the proud new owner of this 1940s stucco home in Vancouver’s Victoria-Fraserview neighbourhood. The home is developer-owned, surprise surprise, and they’re even offering potential buyers the option to build to suit. The listing notes the home has been well maintained and is in move-in condition, however we all know whoever buys this house will knock it down within weeks of closing. It’s just the Vancouver thing to do. It’s listed at $1,024,888.
This 1980s two-storey home offers four bedrooms & three bathrooms and comes with a list price of $1,025,000. There is a little over 2,000 square feet of space and it includes a two-bedroom fully finished basement with separate entrance. The house is currently rented for $1,450 per month, but the listing is looking for investors & handymen!
Hot on the market is this stucco & wood box along Vancouver’s Woodstock Avenue. The home was built in 1957 and the listing promises a life of reliving the 60s! It also described it as ‘superbly designed’ with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s listed at $1,049,000.
This small 1,332 square foot home dates all the way back to 1910 when its was built. Today it sits spookily along 35th Avenue and is described as a good starter home, despite the clearly visible piece of plywood in place of a traditional front door. Inside there are two bedrooms and one bathroom. It will cost you a cool $1,150,000.