A new development in the Southlands neighbourhood — famous for its equestrian theme — is billing itself as Vancouver’s last subdivision.
McCleery and Magee is a collection of eight single-family, Craftsman-style homes developed by Trasolini Chetner Development Group.
All homes are five bedrooms, and include a three-car heated garage with flex room for a home gym or workshop.
Luxurious interiors designed by local firm House of Bohn feature rustic wood floors, marble gas fireplaces; dramatic, multi-tiered chandeliers; and skylights throughout.
Kitchens are made for entertaining and feature Sub-Zero and WOLF appliances. Homes also have a separate cooking area — known as a spice kitchen — with its own gas cooktop and extra-large dishwasher. Dining rooms in most homes are adjacent to a wine room or wine wall with custom millwork.
Master bedrooms feature soaring 12-foot vaulted ceilings and walk-in closets. Master bathrooms are finished in white marble with a separate shower, free-standing tub and water closet.
The Southlands Riding Club and the Point Grey Golf Course are a short walk away. St. Georges School and Crofton House School are located nearby.
For more information, visit liveatsouthlands.com