Introducing King Edward Green, a collection on only 20 executive townhome residences priced from $1.2M, where traditional meets modern, steps away from Douglas Park. Impeccably designed, from the generous underground parking spaces, right up to the rooftop patios.
• The Duke I | 1688 – 1751 SQ .FT. | 3 BEDROOM + MEDIA ROOM | 2.5 BATH
• The Duke II | 1796 SQ .FT. | 3 BEDROOM + MEDIA ROOM | 2.5 BATH
• The Prince | 1457 – 1646 SQ .FT. | 3 BEDROOM | 2.5 BATH
• The Earl | 2015 – 2089 SQ .FT. | 3 BEDROOM + SUITE | 3.5 BATH
• The Baron | 1498 – 1574 SQ .FT. | 3 BEDROOM | 2.5 BATH
Envisioned by award-winning Alda Pereira Design, these are the kind of interiors whose qualities – and quality – you can feel. Nine-foot-high ceilings and wide-plank engineered oak flooring lend a sense of grandeur to the great room. Natural materials like marble, limestone and travertine become the backdrop for your décor. And thoughtful touches like stainless steel square-edge door handles put design exactly where you want it: at your fingertips.
The James Residence, built in 1942, is valued for its “Storybook Cottage” and timeless Arts and Crafts style architecture, its association with architect Ross Anthony Lort, and with builder Brenton T. Lea.
The “Storybook Cottage” architecture of the James Residence is an illustration of enduring, traditional domestic ideals. The “Storybook Cottage” style derived from period revival styles that were popular between the two World Wars. At the time, houses were expected to display some sort of historic reference, in order to demonstrate the owner’s good taste. This was especially prominent along the boulevards of West King Edward Avenue and Cambie Street, which intersect near the James Residence.
An English Arts and Crafts influence is shown in the half-timbering in the front gable and in the diamond-patterned leaded casement windows of the James Residence. A more generalized, romantic, “Storybook Cottage” influence is visible in the rough rubble masonry used for the front chimney and quoins, as well on in the roof, which is meticulously crafted from hand-bent cedar wood shingles, cut and layered upon one another, giving the appearance of a thatched roof. (The James Residence Conservation Plan: Donald Luxton And Associates Inc.)
The aesthetic of King Edward Green is at once traditional and contemporary, all designed to complement the adjacent James Residence (The Hobbit House), whose charm has made it a Vancouver landmark for generations.
You can feel the energy coursing through Cambie Village, a destination neighbourhood where everything you need is a few steps away. French bistros, modern design boutiques, even a heritage cinema – they’re all one of a kind and they’re all right here.
Cambie Village is walkable, bikeable and easily accessible too; at King Edward Green you’re near Vancouver’s top schools, and one block from the Canada line, which can take you downtown to the symphony as quickly as it can whisk you to YVR. And you’re just a few blocks from Queen Elizabeth Park and Douglas Park, a hidden gem with playing fields and a bustling community centre.
It’s a neighbourhood that checks off everything on your wish list. And on your afternoon shopping list too.
Building Name: King Edward Green
Address: 587 West King Edward Avenue, BC V5Z 2C4
Developer: The Circadian Group
Architect: W.T. Leung Architects Inc.
Interior Design: Alda Pereira Design
Year Built: Estimated Completion in Spring 2016
Prices: From $1,200,000
Unit Sizes: From 1,457 sf to 2,089 sf
Property Type: Residential (Multi-Level Town Homes + James Residence (the “Hobbit House”))
Area: Vancouver West
Deposit Structure: N/A
Cost/Square Foot: Average $824/sf
Monthly Maintenance: $0.23/sf/month
Cost To Purchase Parking: N/A
Cost To Purchase Storage: N/A
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