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Returning home to this Shaughnessy treasure will always delight you.

A Stunning estate property offering over 12,500 sq. ft of undulating lawns and beautiful gardens. This classic Tudor style home is drenched in heritage, nestled in the heart of the iconic Shaughnessy neighbourhood of Vancouver.

A perfect place to call home. Relax on the covered terrace year round, taking in the tranquil surroundings of the backyard or head inside and cozy up in front of one of three fireplaces.


Prestigious Shaughnessy

The perfect location – One of the most beautiful residential neighbourhoods in the country.

The surrounding area is filled with wide lush boulevards and winding crescents, a charming and tranquil setting and just a quick drive from the heart of the city. This fantastic home is a short stroll to shops, cafes, restaurants and all amenities along West Boulevard and Granville Street and the plethora of shops along West 41st avenue in tony Kerrisdale.

Close to Quilchena Park, VanDusen Botanical Garden, Kerrisdale Community Centre, McCleery Golf Course, Point Grey Golf & Country Club, and Pacific Spirit Regional Park. Transit is conviently located along West Boulevard, Granville Street & West 41st Avenue, with transportation to downtown Vancouver, the airport, Richmond and UBC. Other schools in the area include Quilchena Elementary, Point Grey Secondary, Crofton House, Vancouver College, York House and St George’s.

Tudor Fantasy

This property is a gem inside and out, The interior and exterior have been immaculately maintained and restored. The front foyer, living room, dining room and den all have the original white oak hardwood floors, with beautiful dark wood inlay along the perimeters of each room. Look closely and you will notice that wood nails were used in the laying of the floors. This lovely home is soaked in heritage and will provide any owner with a sense of pride. Such attention to detail is priceless these days and any history buff or those with a keen eye and appreciation for well made interiors would love to call 1763 West 38th Avenue their own.

This property boasts an expansive 70 x 178.70 foot lot, fully-fenced with stunning gardens, mature landscaping and a private, north-facing backyard. This cozy two level, five bedroom family home with basement is 4,441 square feet.

Step into an exquisite and well-maintained home. There are high ceilings that offers original beautiful white oak hardwood floors and a beautiful wood banister with intricate pomegranate flower detail on the posts. There is exceptional detail to all finishings.
Beautiful French doors open to your a formal living room boasting a cozy wood-burning fireplace, decorative moulding, lovely bay window and French doors to your covered, north-facing sundeck and patio, perfect for year round outdoor enjoyment.

Beautiful French doors open to your a formal living room boasting a cozy wood-burning fireplace, decorative moulding and lovely bay window. A second set of French doors lead you out to your sun drenched terrace that over-looks the gardens, perfect for year round outdoor enjoyment.

The delightful and bright kitchen features tons of cupboard space, granite counters, great appliances including Jenn-Air four burner cooktop, KitchenAid fridge, wall oven, dishwasher, Panasonic microwave and a convenient breakfast bar. Ajoining the kitchen is a bright eating area, offering a large skylight and opens to your fabulous terrace and private yard. Enjoy lounging or reading in the family room, with built-in cabinets, wood-burning fireplace, big picture windows overlooking your beautiful backyard and French doors to your covered patio. Main level also has a terrific 2 piece powder room perfect for guests.

The spacious master bedroom on the upper level boasts a cozy gas fireplace and luxurious 6 piece ensuite with skylights, jetted tub and walk-in shower. The upper level also has 4 additional, good-sized bedrooms with ample closet space, one with a private 4 piece ensuite and skylights, plus an additional, charming 4 piece bath.

The lower level includes a large living room with separate entry, laundry room, wine cellar and tons of storage space.
Relax and entertain on your outstanding terrace, while drinking in the ambience of this gorgeous estate property.

Property Class: Detached
Property Type: House/Single Family
Style of Home: 2 Storey with basement
Total Bedrooms: 5
Full Bathrooms: 3
Half Bathrooms: 1
Gross Taxes: $20,766 (Tax year 2016)
Approx. Year Built: 1927
Total Floor Space: 4,441 (sq.ft.)
Number of Levels: 3
Basement Area: Full, Separate Entry
Frontage: 70 (ft.)
Depth: 179 (ft.)
Lot Size: 12,509 (sq.ft.)
Main Directional Exposure: North
Construction: Frame – Wood
Parking Type: Garage (Single)
Total Parking Spaces: 1
Cover Parking Spaces: 1
Outdoor Areas: Backyard, Fenced yard, Patio(s) and Deck(s)
Fireplaces: 3
MLS® #: R2261234

The Opportunity

The front and back yard gardens are expansive and lush, a gardener’s dream – your own Stanely Park. Looking out to the back yard from the spacious terrace, one can easily imagine the addition of a gorgeous infinity pool with cabana.

Needless to say this property could support an even grander lifestyle.

Soaked in History

Bordered by 16th Ave. to the north, and 41st Ave. to the South, Shaughnessy was the first neighbourhood that had the ability to densify. Created in 1907 by the Canadian Pacific Railway, who provided aggressive marketing, highly regulated development, and a strong degree of exclusiveness, developing one of the most beautiful residential neighbourhoods in Canada.

The Land at 1763 W. 38th was originally owned by Richard B. Angus. Richard Bladworth Angus (28 May 1831 – 17 September 1922) was a Scottish-Canadian financier, banker, and philanthropist. He was a co-founder and vice-president of the Canadian Pacific Railway; President of the Bank of Montreal.

1928 – Construction of 1763 W. 38th Avenue completed, house first owned/occupied by Archdeacon Frances Cooke Caulfield Heathcote and his wife Evelyn M. Heathcote. Sir Frances Cooke Caulfield Heathcote, 9th Baronet (1868–1961) was an Anglican cleric, and 4th Bishop of New Westminster. He was appointed Archdeacon of Vancouver in 1913.