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Tucked up tightly against the city’s downtown core, the West End is one of the easiest neighbourhoods for visitors to explore, getting a real taste of how real Vancouverites live. A gateway to Stanley Park, the neighborhood is bordered by the park on one side, as well as English Bay, Granville and Robson Streets. The West End Vancouver is the place for everyone and every culture.
In 1862, the area was heavily forested when three gentlemen, known as the Three Greenhorns, each purchased 73 hectares (180 acres) of land with the purpose of establishing a brickworks. That plan soon changed, and the area instead became the city’s first upscale neighbourhood with magnificent sea views and trees. These days, it’s an incredibly diverse area, home to the city’s gay community (centered around Davie Village), heritage homes, and around 40,000 people living in high-rise apartments. The parks and beaches are the main attractions, but the people-watching and dining come in close behind.
Things to do in West End Vancouver:
- With rain, snow, or sunshine, the English Bay Beach in West End is the perfect way to relax and enjoy the fantastic view Vancouver has to offer.
- The Seawall at Stanley Park. With a unique view of the sea on one side and more than 1,000 acres of trees and forest, the Stanley Park in West End Vancouver is one of the most well known parks in North America. Being larger than the famous Central Park, in New York City, Stanley Park can be a day (or more) adventure. A few things you can find at Stanley Park is the amazing trails, The Vancouver Aquarium, and Malkin Bowl (an outdoor theater and venue).
- West End also offers a large variety of restaurants and pubs. We recommend enjoying the sunset at one of the restaurants with a deck or a beach view.
- Take pictures with the famous smiley statues A-maze-ing Laughter in West End Vancouver.
- West End Vancouver is also known for its preference among the gay community of Vancouver. If you go to the intersection between Davie and Bute Street you will find the rainbow paint on the floor as a crosswalk.
- The family area and Heritage Houses. West End Vancouver is famous for being one of the most secure and family oriented neighburhoods in Vancouver. With open-minded people, parks, schools, and playgrounds throughout the neighbour, Vancouver West End is definitely one of the most searched and desired neighbouhoods to live in.
Now that you know more about West End Vancouver home, do not hesitate to contact us and get your dream of owning a house in Vancouver started. At Century 21 In Town Realy we provide the service that you deserve and need.
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Listing information last updated on January 16th, 2021 at 7:45am PST.