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OPEN HOUSE 3321 Radcliffe Ave West Vancouver

Blog by Raphael Milczynski | February 19th, 2017

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Classic Nantucket Historical Beach house built in 1923 offered for the first time since 1962. The first permanent residence in West Bay, was first occupied by George & Donna Hewitt of the George H. Hewitt Rubber Stamp Company which is still in operation today.
It's hard to imagine a more picturesque setting with beach access directly across the street, stunning close-in ocean and city views located on one of West Vancouver's most prestigious streets. Designated as a building of primary historical importance, this 4 bedroom home has been meticulously maintained including an entirely new foundation to preserve the unique and historic integrity of a time in West Vancouver known for summer cottages, ferry transportation, logging and early pioneer settlements. The design of Hewitt House was influenced by the craftsman style also known as the cottage style popular throughout the Lower Mainland in the 1920s. A rare opportunity to live in one of West Vancouver's most significant character homes or re-zone the property into 3 separate homes using the Heritage Revitalization Agreement from District of West Vancouver.