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Point Grey

by bayrichadmin |December 14, 2016 |0 Comments

Highlights
Located in the upscale Point Grey neighbourhood on the west side of Vancouver with close proximity to downtown Vancouver, UBC, Pacific Spirit Park, and Spanish Banks and Kitsilano beaches. No expense was spared on this masterpiece of architecture, borrowing aspects from classical European design and bringing modern day amenities to create a perfect combination of old world charm meets new world function.

Kitchen
The elegant look of white marble floors in combination with white cabinets and a beautiful grey marble countertop gives the kitchen an element of classical French design. The open concept kitchen allows for a large space to entertain guests while preparing meals, and the cozy fireplace provides warmth and ambiance on those cold winter nights. Additionally, a full service “wok” kitchen provides the ability to cook any type of food while keeping the smells of the kitchen locked away.

Bathroom
The master bathroom includes a walk-in steam shower and a full sized soaking bathtub for your every desire. His and Hers double vanities with an extra long countertop and plenty of cabinets provides solutions to all your storage needs. The modern day elegance of a heated toilet seat and bidet gives a touch of sophistication and luxury.

  • The Seashell
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  • The Seashell

The Seashell

by bayrichadmin |October 14, 2016 |0 Comments

Located in the heart of White Rock near the beautiful beach. Short drive to Hwy 99, making for an easy commute to the Greater Vancouver or the States. Walking distance to White Rock Elementary School. Minutes from Peace Arch Hospital. Convenient to 152 street for shopping, dining and entertainment

  • Spacious great rooms
  • Two-way gas fireplaces
  • Master Bedroom at rear of home
  • Kitchen island
  • Large pantry
  • Multi-functional den/office

Kitchen
The spacious, open kitchen concept allows for a more social experience while hosting parties or even just cooking with the family. The easy-to-clean back painted glass backsplash, recessed stainless steel finger pulls and high gloss lacquer cabinet finish creates a highly polished look that radiates cleanliness. This urban, upscale design maximizes storage space with a pull-out pantry and full-height upper cabinets, as well as an enclosable spice kitchen, encompassing the needs of any chef.

Bathroom
The spacious and luxurious bathrooms look brighter with natural light and large vanity mirrors. You can have wide vanities with plenty of storage for all your needs. With the upscale and stylish design, you will feel like being in a fairy tale.

  • Villa Bleu
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  • Villa Bleu

Villa Bleu

by Bayrich Development |October 14, 2016 |0 Comments

In February 1930, at the age of 25, Finnish-born Magnus Prost arrived by ship from Sweden to Halifax, Nova Scotia with a goal to settle down in British Columbia. He found forestry work in the Port Alberni area, on Vancouver Island. Magnus met Finnish–born Helmi Elisabet, and they married in Port Alberni in 1939.

The newlyweds moved to Brunette Street in Coquitlam in 1940. Magnus gained employment as a labourer and boxcar loader at Fraser Mills, the predecessor company to Canadian Western Lumber. In 1944 they purchased an undeveloped lot at 218 Gauthier Avenue, Coquitlam. Magnus built a modest four room cottage in the rear corner of the lot in 1944. After their family grew with the arrival of two children in 1949, Magnus moved the cottage forward to the front of the lot to expand it.

The interior and exterior design of the house reflects many popular “mid–century modern” design features. The family was proud of the oak strip flooring with mahogany inlay in the principle rooms, as well as the large picture window in the rear of the house. The Prost family called this house their home through three generations and for 71 years, until 2015.

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  • York 45
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York 45

by bayrichadmin |August 14, 2016 |0 Comments

This stunning, custom built, brand new Kerrisdale home features a warm and modern living area with radiant flooring throughout the main living space. The large low-E windows allow for plenty of natural light infiltration, which is much appreciated on a typical Vancouver day!.

This progressive home consists of 3 spacious bedrooms, each with their own private spa-inspired bathrooms. The elegant built-in LED mirrors, push-button low-flush toilets, floor-to-ceiling wall tiles and full-glass tub separations is the essence of luxury. The master ensuite bathroom includes a large walk-in shower with a handheld and ceiling-mounted rain showerhead, as well as a large soaker tub and full-width backlit mirror.

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Residential 1

by bayrichadmin |March 14, 2016 |0 Comments

J.C. Architecture

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Residential 2

by bayrichadmin |February 14, 2016 |0 Comments

J.C. Architecture

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Residential 3

by bayrichadmin |January 14, 2016 |0 Comments

J.C. Architecture