This fully renovated suite is situated in Vancouver’s Iconic Hycroft Towers. This beautifully designed 1,700 square foot condo has been transformed from a three bedroom 1950’s style to a modern chic open one bedroom and flex. Visually adding space and lots of natural light. The important thing while living in a condo is making sure you have enough storage. This unique home has numerous custom built-ins that are hidden. Allowing you to have plenty of storage without having any clutter. Countless windows surround the edges of this condo which captures the Vancouver city scape. Giving you a taste of the busy city, but allowing you to have a quiet cozy place to live in.
Master Ensuite – Features a one sink combination WETSTYLE undermount sink from Cantu Bathrooms. Which is surround by walnut wood custom built-ins, with lots of drawers for storage. Basalt stone floors complete the look of this room.
Powder Room – Displays a suspended single WETSTYLE undermount sink from Cantu Bathrooms. Stunning basalt volcanic stone floors. Modern medicine cabinet and built in walnut drawer under the sink. A walk in shower with a frosted glass diving wall that lights up. Inside there is a rain fall and handheld shower head.
Dining Room/Kitchen – A built-in modern china cabinet made out of walnut allowing space for décor accessories. There is an eating bar with a carrara marble counter tops. A kitchen island with a stainless steel counter top which includes a five element electric cooktop. This island houses a stainless steel oven, microwave and six bottle wine-rack made out of walnut. Dining room table extends from the island to create five seats for guests.
Dining Room – A walnut wood dining table extends from the kitchen island. A modern stainless steel chandelier hangs above the table for light. There are also Low profile pot lights controlled by Lutron automated lighting.
Guest Room/Flex – Many possibilities for this room it could be an office, an exercise room or even a guest bedroom. Pull down the walnut Murphy bed to transform this room into a place for a guest.
Guest Room/Flex – The Murphy bed easily pulls down to create a place for a guest to sleep. Low light pot lights are embedded in the wood above the bed.
Kitchen – A white Carrara marble eating bar extends all the way down the window lined wall of the kitchen. Across from the countertop sits the kitchen island with a five element electric cook top. As well as a matching stainless steel microwave. Plenty of storage space is provided by custom built-in cabinets located on the far wall of the kitchen. Completing the space is stainless steel dishwasher and a kitchen sink.
Living Room/Office – Custom wood work is a recurring feature in this condo. A retro inspired walnut screen divides the living room from the front entry. A floating walnut entertainment unit holds the TV and other electronics. At the end the room is a custom built-in shelving unit which creates a great space for an at home office. Hardwood floors can be found throughout this newly renovated condo unit.
Living Room – Perforated modern metal covers were brought in to cover the old hot water wall heaters. The walnut custom built divider not only brings an element of design, but it’s also functional, separating the living room from the front entry.
Master Bedroom – The master bedroom has lots of storage space because of all the custom built-in closets. The closets are outfitted with bypass doors and Coplanar hardware. A low profile three blade ceiling fan sits above the bed with LED pot lights and a brushed nickel track light.
Master Bedroom – The built-in closets have embed LED lights that automatically turn on when you open the door.
Master Bedroom – The custom made built in headboard, has storage shelves attached so you have plenty of room for your stuff. The Lutron lighting system gives you lots of options to set the mood in your bedroom.
Master Bedroom – Custom made closets line the walls of this room. Not only giving a modern look to the space, but plenty of storage. The closets have embedded automatic LED lights that turn on when you open the door.
Balcony – The windows for the balcony enclosure had to be sourced from the original manufacturer in England. The company is called Crittall windows and they have been around for over 160 years.
Architect: John Wall Principal at Public Architecture + Communication Design
Photographer: Brad Laughton Photographics]