3321 Radcliffe Avenue, West Bay, West Vancouver

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Features Of
This Property

Price: $3,850,000
Type: House
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Square Feet: 2,929 sqft
Lot Size: 6,591 sqft
Frontage: 51.00 ft
Depth: 125.00 ft
Full Baths: 2
Half Baths: 1
Taxes: $6427.10
View: Ocean & vancouver
Basement: Full
Storeys: 3 storeys
Year Built: 1924
Style: 2 Storey w/Bsmt.

Property Description

A classic Historical Beach house built in 1924 by George Hewitt. The first permanent residence in West Bay. It's hard to imagine a more picturesque setting with beach access directly across the street, stunning close-in ocean & city views located on one of West Vancouver's most prestigious streets. Designated as a building of primary historical importance, this 4 bedroom home has been meticulously maintained including an entirely new foundation in 2016 to preserve the unique and historic integrity of a time in West Vancouver known for summer cottages, ferry transportation, logging and early pioneer settlements. An additional feature to this home is the registered one-bed suite + architectural drawings in place for a lovely coach-house. The options are endless & deserve to be investigated!

Listed by Royal LePage Sussex.

The Location & Surroundings

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Jay Barre
(604) 649-1956
(778) 374-3100
Engel & Völkers Vancouver
2475 Bellevue Ave
West Vancouver, BC
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