Archive for the ‘Eric Christiansen’ Category

Caulfeild Custom Home

January 18, 2013

When you walk in the front door of this beautiful Caulfeild home, you can stand in the middle of the two-storey high foyer and see into every room on the main floor. The layout is completely open, yet every room feels private and comfortable. Master bedroom on the main floor makes sense. Great neighbourhood, and a view from the back yard. Interested? Talk to Eric Christiansen.
For more information: Contact 604.765.1843

Caufeild View

October 26, 2012

The steep hills of West Vancouver’s Caufeild neighbourhood offer some homes a completely unobstructed view of the world. From this house, you can see the lights of Nanaimo on a clear night. But even when the weather is cloudy, it’s still breathtaking. The house has a covered hot tub room with west facing windows, so you can soak in the view while you soak in the tub. Talk to Eric Christiansen for more information on this listing.

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Smile for the camera

October 18, 2012

Some places are more photogenic than others. Take this this terrific home in West Van – from the friendly front deck to the crow’s nest perched on the roof, this is the kind of place I live to shoot. I saw a lot of camera-friendly places like this one recently, so stay tuned. And if you want more info on this listing, talk to Eric Christiansen

Twilight in Edenshaw

March 9, 2012

We had a few sunny days recently and my client, Eric Christiansen, took advantage of the nice weather to book some twilight shoots with me. I got to this West Vancouver townhome a little before sunset and started shooting interiors until the sky offered up that nice cobalt blue tone that I always wait for. It’s only visible for about 15 minutes just after the sun goes down, so it’s important to scout out the locations for those special shots ahead of time. For this layout, we had two balconies and the main room to cover, so I just ran from one spot to the other, taking shots every minute or so. You can see all the images, plus the listing information here.

Edenshaw Townhome

November 1, 2011

This beautiful townhouse is located just a short walk from Caufeild Village in West Vancouver. The spacious interior is highlighted by vaulted ceilings and an open plan living area. The home is immaculate. Huge windows and light coloured walls made this place a snap to shoot as well. It also helped to be able to capture an entire room from the upper floors. See Eric Christiansen for more information.

The Horsehoe Bay Way

March 11, 2011

I thought this house epitomized the Horseshoe Bay lifestyle perfectly. Huge open plan, lots of skylights to let in the western sun, cedar beams and earth tones throughout. And of course, a stunning view from just about every room in the house. If you can handle the commute (better yet, if you don’t have to commute) you will fall in love with this place. West Vancouver realtor Eric Christiansen has all the details.

West Van Hidden Gem

February 2, 2011

I have spent a lot of time shooting homes in West Vancouver recently, and thought I knew the area pretty well. But I had never heard of Headland Park, an exclusive community designed by renowned architect Russell Hollingsworth. The homes look like they have been carved out of the surrounding rock. Floor to ceiling windows offer a sunrise to sunset view of Vancouver. And the interiors boast top of the line European appliances, radiant heat, and too much more to list here. Get all the details from Eric Christiansen, and in the meantime, enjoy the view.

Six million dollar view

January 22, 2011

This West Vancouver home has possibly the best view of downtown Vancouver I have ever seen. It’s 15 foot high windows make the most of it too. This brand new home also includes an infinity pool, huge barbecue station, and 8000 square feet of luxury. The photography barely does it justice. Contact Eric Christiansen if you’re in the market….

Piano for sale

November 18, 2010

… Comes with a house around it, cause it doesn’t fit through the door. I don’t really know if that’s true, I just liked the photo. Eric Christiansen has the details on this interesting home.