Views, Views, Views from this completely renovated six bedroom family home with a two bedroom suite option. Featuring six bedrooms, two large ocean view patios for entertaining, a gourmet kitchen with chef sized appliances and a two bedroom suite option, this one has it all. The main level of the house is built for entertaining with glass doors off the living room and kitchen to enjoy the views and patios. The top floor has four bedrooms, including a very large primary bedroom with ocean views, ensuite and a walk-in closet with dressing room. The lower level offers the option of a fully self-contained two bedroom suite with private entrance, ideal for a mortgage helper, in-laws or students. Fenced in yard and sport court. Close to transit, 15 minutes to downtown and seven minutes to Mulgrave
6446 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, British Columbia, V7W 2S6 Canada
Information about the area within a 5-minute walk of this property.
The gateway to Howe Sound, the Sunshine Coast and central Vancouver Island, Horseshoe Bay is a quaint and picturesque seaside village on the North Shore of Vancouver.
Located to the northwest of Vancouver, Horseshoe Bay is best known for its BC Ferry terminal, serving Snug Cove on Bowen Island, Langdale on the Sunshine Coast, and Departure Bay in Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. Ferries glide in and out of Horseshoe Bay, and the wake from the larger boats creates surf as they hit the shoreline. Modest though these waves are, it’s an unusual sight in these sheltered waters.
The bedroom community of Horseshoe Bay is also the starting point of the intensely scenic Sea to Sky Highway (Highway 99), which winds through the Coast Mountains, from coastal rain forest at Horseshoe Bay, through Squamish, alongside Garibaldi Provincial Park, through the Resort town of Whistler and on to Pemberton and Lillooet.
Journeys began and ended in Horseshoe Bay long before the arrival of the first Europeans. For Native people, Horseshoe Bay was a traditional meeting place, used both as a seasonal fishing encampment and a place to spend a night when travelling between villages on the Squamish River and Burrard Inlet. The sheltered bay was called ch’xay or Chai-hai, after the swishing sound made by schools of little fish stirring up the waters of Horseshoe Bay. In 1991, it was discovered that Horseshoe Bay Park stands atop an ancient shell midden.
The pleasant waterfront of Horseshoe Bay offers quaint cafés, a wide variety of restaurants, shops and boutiques, with great views of the surrounding mountains, islands and scenic Howe Sound. Recreation in and around secluded Horseshoe Bay includes sea kayaking, scuba diving, boating, hiking, skiing and cross-country skiing.
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235 15th Street, Suite 200
West Vancouver, British Columbia, V7T 2X1