Yaletown Townhouse w/ Rooftop
1439 Howe Street, Vancouver | Yaletown
PROFESSIONALLY REMEASURED! Over 1300 square foot + rooftop deck! Amazing value at $1,199/square foot and $45K BELOW ASSESSMENT! One of the most distinctive properties currently available in Yaletown. Located in the highly sought-after Pomaria building, across Vancouver House and Fresh St. Market, in the exciting new “Beach District” – Downtown’s Granville Island. This gorgeous street-front townhome leaves nothing to be desired. An impressive modern Westcoast, industrial aesthetic, with a classic twist. Everything has been custom-outfitted and upgraded with pride by the current owners. Polished concrete floors, open concept staircase, solid doors, beautiful lighting, designer bathroom and kitchen features, and very thoughtfully designed storage solutions including a large walk-in pantry. A multi-level home with soaring 18 foot ceilings, expansive windows and bright spaces throughout, 2 bedrooms plus a large den (set with a murphy bed for guests), 2 full bathrooms, and an extremely private rooftop deck complete with lush garden and a gas fireplace to keep warm all year round. You will absolutely enjoy quiet nights and cocktail visits alike in this one-of-a-kind residence. 2 parking stalls with electric vehicle charging capacity coming. Large storage locker. Amazing building and strata to call home with 24 hour concierge service, top of the line fitness facility, sauna and steam room, very comfortable geothermal heating and A/C system. Enjoy your private, quiet oasis in this concrete townhome in the heart of Yaletown. See below for more about the vibrant community coming around the corner!
UPDATE – SOLD!
VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE:
Recorded version of past live-stream open house available upon request.
Year Built: 2008
Building Name: Pomaria
Size: 1,308 SF + Rooftop Deck
Bedrooms: 2 + Den
Bathrooms: 2 (Full)
Outdoor: Rooftop Deck + Front Balcony
Ceiling Height: 7’5″ – 17’11”
Exposure: Southeast + Northwest
Rentals Allowed: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes
Why choose Vancouver’s new “Beach District” to call home?
“Why is it called the Beach District? It’s because you’re one block off the beach and one block off Vancouver’s famed Seawall, the world’s longest uninterrupted waterfront path which extends for kilometres around the Downtown peninsula, connecting Olympic Village to Yaletown, the West End and Stanley Park.” – Westbank
“The Beach District will directly connect with a future Greenway on top of the Granville Bridge, a panoramic walking and bike pathway to Granville Island, as well as the retail and entertainment district along South Granville.
The concept with Vancouver House is to create a diverse, vibrant zone for living and working with a new retail, hospitality, workspace, and cultural environment within this ideally located neighbourhood. We envision a unique mix of restaurants and cafes, one-off concepts, shops and services, food carts, craft fairs and farmer ’s markets, all animated by a range of street celebrations, block parties and pop-up events.” – Westbank