Point Grey

West Point Grey is a neighbourhood on the west side of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. Today, it's one of Canada's most expensive residential areas, with Point Grey average home prices sitting above the $3 million mark.
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Kitsilano

Kitsilano, known locally as Kits, is synonymous with famous Kits Beach—named one of the "top 10 best city beaches in the world" by international travel magazines, and perfect for outdoor fitness. Kitsilano is one of the city's organic-food hubs, and has extensive restaurants and retail along West 4th Avenue and West Broadway. Kitsilano runs along the south shore of English Bay, between popular Granville Island and Point
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Shaughnessy 

Shaughnessy is an almost entirely residential neighbourhood in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, spanning about 447 hectaresin a relatively central locale. It is bordered by 16th Avenue to the north, 41st Avenue to the south, Oak Street to the east, and Arbutus Street/West Boulevard to the west. In 2011, the population was approximately 8,807.It was named after Thomas Shaughnessy, 1st Baron Shaughnessy, former president of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
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Arbutus-Ridge

Arbutus-Ridge is a mature community with tree-lined streets, restored heritage houses, quiet neighbourhood parks, and striking views of the North Shore mountains. Arbutus-Ridge is in the middle of Vancouver's west side, and so has good access to Downtown, the University of British Columbia, Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Kitsilano, and Jericho Beach, as well as to local shopping.
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Dunbar

In the world of real estate, the commonly recited mantra is location, location, location. With this in mind, it is no wonder that people find Dunbar to be one of Vancouver’s most desirable neighbourhoods to call home. Majestic heritage trees line the streets, and ornamental cherry trees display their bursts of colour each spring. Block after block, Dunbar houses are an architectural delight. Parks are abundant, and right on the doorstep is the Grande dame of them all, Pacific Spirit Regional Park, which is a walkers, runners, and dog walkers paradise, in fact, the park welcomes an average of 360,000 dogs per year! Known for being a safe and quiet community, with the active assistance of the volunteer Dunbar Community Patrol, organized by the Dunbar Residents’ Association, Dunbar is a place where you feel far from the madding crowd.  At the same time, it is conveniently close to the University of British Columbia, while being a hop, skip and jump away from downtown Vancouver and the Vancouver International Airport (approximately a 20-minute drive in either direction if you are
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Kerrisdale

Kerrisdale is a neighbourhood located in Vancouver's west side. It features a mix of newer houses and older bungalows as well as various low and mid-rise rental and condo apartment buildings in its northern section. The neighbourhood is an ethnic mix of Caucasian and Asian Canadians. It features a shopping district running generally along West 41st Avenue between Larch and Maple Streets and West Boulevard between 37th and 47th Avenues.
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