Vancouver is well-known for its luxury condos, with many in the downtown core surpassing the $10M mark. But even so, many of those won't match the beauty of one Yacht Harbour Pointe suite that's currently on the market for $6,200,000.

The Yacht Harbour Pointe building sits at 1600 Hornby Street, two blocks away from the Granville Street Bridge and directly across the water from Granville Island. The 10-storey building was originally constructed in 1995, and Unit 902 — a sub-penthouse — just hit the market.

The building features an eye-catching stepped-design, and sits right in front of an Aquabus Ferries dock that provides convenient access to Granville Island, Yaletown, Olympic Village, and numerous other stops along False Creek — a unique transportation option on top of those already available on land.

Unit 902 includes three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, just over 2,500 sq. ft of beautiful indoor living space, and nearly 1,350 sq. ft of outdoor living space, with the incredible scenic views you'd expect from a home along False Creek.



The suite's main living area consists of the kitchen and dining room, located on opposite sides of the open-concept space, as well as a family room and living room, all laid out in a contemporary, airy floor plan. The kitchen is equipped with a collection of high-end, built-in appliances, as well as a 10' island. Meanwhile, the two large living spaces provide ample amounts of space to lounge and enjoy your leisure time.

The primary bedroom waits at one end of the suite, beyond the kitchen. The spacious retreat features a walk-in closet that leads to an exquisitely-tiled, five-piece ensuite bathroom. Additionally, the primary bedroom also serves direct access to the outdoor patio, which wraps around the entire dwelling.

Our Favourite Thing

This suite boasts several subtle touches that demonstrate careful consideration to high-quality materials and finishes. We're talking about the extensive millwork, the hardwood floors, and the Wenge wood cabinetry, just to name a few. It's the little things that add up to make a major impression.

The remaining two bedrooms wait in the other wing of the home; both are roomy and come complete with wall-to-wall windows on two sides.

Finally, there aren't too many condos that boast enough outdoor living space to be worth mentioning, but this one is an outlier. With its 1,345 sq. ft of open-air living space — a balcony, covered patio space, and a 10' x 38' garden, all of which are connected and accessible from numerous spots around the home — this suite's outdoor offering is second to none.

Come to think of it, "second to none" is just the term for all of Unit 902.






This article was produced in partnership with STOREYS Custom Studio.

Listed Luxe