Kitsilano is bordered to the north by two beaches, Kitsilano Beach and Jericho Beach on the shores of English Bay and extends south to 16th Avenue. It is bordered on the east by Burrard Street and on the west by Alma Street.
In addition to its residential areas and beaches, Kitsilano is home to two distinct commercial strips with shops, restaurants and other services. The first is along West 4th Avenue between Burrard and Balsam Streets, while the other, sometimes known as West Kitsilano, is located along West Broadway between Larch and Blenheim Streets. Click here to view Kitsilano's neighborhood business profile.
Residents at Kitsilano
A highly educated and ethnically diverse community in the city of Vancouver, Kitsilano is home to young adults and the young at heart who enjoy a carefree lifestyle.Kitsilano is comprised of significantly more residents with British heritage than average for Vancouver. English is the dominant household language for area residents, followed by Chinese. Residents are primarily employed in professional positions, with a high proportion in social science/education/ government/religion, and art/culture recreation/sport.
The primary type of residence is multi-unit housing. Most of the detached homes here are older heritage detached homes that may contain secondary suites. Kitsilano is home to many young families and students. The neighborhood has it's unique blend of yoga studios, health food stores, organic markets, cafes and Vancouver's Greektown.
Detached homes for sale
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000
The adjacent neighborhoods of Kitsilano Vancouver are South Granville to the east, Point Grey to the west and Arbutus Ridge to the south. Home prices in these more affluent neighborhoods are amongst the highest in metro Vancouver.
Whether you are looking to buy or sell your home, financing and other real estate questions, you are welcome to contact James Wong for a discussion.
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