Your Point Grey REALTOR® Knows What to Communicate About The Neighbourhood
Vancouver’s historic and picturesque West Point Grey neighbourhood is one of the most desirable residential communities in Canada. Featuring Vancouver’s most beautiful beaches, quiet tree-lined streets, and a wide range of waterfront and water view luxury homes, it’s not surprising that this neighbourhood features some of the highest real estate prices in the country. As Vancouver’s most prominent Point Grey Realtors, Jacob and Jacky have become the go-to real estate experts in regards to buying and selling homes in this high-end Westside neighbourhood.
Only a short 10-minute drive from the bustling Downtown core of Vancouver, this highly sought-after neighbourhood provides a serene escape for Vancouver’s business elite, and a safe and comfortable community setting for families.
Point Grey neighbourhood is home to some of Vancouver’s most well-known public figures, including environmental activist David Suzuki, Canadian hockey legend Trevor Linden, and Lululemon Founder Chip Wilson - whose luxury Point Grey property is recognized as BC’s most expensive home, valued at over $57 million dollars
Shopping. Nestled between Kitsilano and the University Endowment Lands, the Point Grey area includes Point Grey Village - a quaint stretch of coffee shops, restaurants, home decor shops and fashion retailers, located along the 10th Avenue corridor. Each year, the village hosts a family-friendly Fiesta featuring carnival rides, a parade, live entertainment, and children’s activities, uniting the community through a celebration of the start of summer.
Schools. As Point Grey Realtors, we believe the reputation of the local schools and education offered is an influence for home buyers interested in joining the community. West Point Grey offers a number of public and independent schools to meet the educational needs of its residents, including Jules Quesnel Elementary School (French Immersion), West Point Grey Academy (Junior Kindergarten - Grade 12 co-ed private school), and Lord Byng Secondary School (a top-ranked high school according to the Fraser Institute). There are a total of 5 public elementary schools, 3 public secondary schools, and 2 independent schools in the Point Grey area.