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.
Archive for October, 2012
The floor to ceiling windows in this Gastown loft offer an unobstructed view of Vancouver’s waterfront. From here you can watch cars, trains, planes, ships, and helicopters shuttle in and out of the city’s core, against a backdrop of highrise buildings and the North Shore mountains. Grady Harris has all the info on this unique property.
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
Here are some images of a recent shoot I did at Bayswater, a new development by Mosaic Homes, nestled among the yoga studios and coffee shops of Kitsilano. Jen Eden of Occupy Design put the Presentation Centre together, and asked me to document it for posterity. With only a handful of units left to sell, the Centre won’t be there very much longer.