This Vancouver Home is The Epitome of Open Concept Living

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Having a conjoined kitchen and dining room is one thing, but it’s quite another thing when most of the rooms in your home are bathed with sunlight thanks to the living room windows, even if they do reach the ceiling.

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Let us introduce you to 3263 West 38th Avenue in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. It is currently up for grabs for just over $6 million and boasts four bedrooms, five full baths and one partial bath within its 4,840 square feet of living space.

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The entire main floor is comprised of four main areas: a massive kitchen, breakfast area, dining room and living room.

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The gourmet kitchen boasts double islands, a wok stove and plenty of counter space so everyone can work together when it comes to meal prep. Breakfasts and similarly little gatherings can be had at the smaller table which comfortably seats six.

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On the other side of the island is a dining and living area which can accommodate larger parties. Thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows and high ceilings, you’ll never have to worry about turning on the lights on sunny days.

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The private patio is flanked with plenty of lush greenery and boasts a gorgeous pool with aquamarine tiles.

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The master bedroom is held on the main floor and has the same exposed wooden beams as the kitchen, plus an absolutely stunning en-suite which has a deep-soaking tub, make-up counter, and double showers.

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The lower level has a secondary master suite with its own walk-out to a private patio and two children’s bedrooms (each with their own en-suite bathroom).

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Just above the kitchen on the second floor is a huge recreation room which overlooks the dining and living room below.

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This Vancouver home even has its own elevator and a double garage. Really, what more could you ask for?

[ Source: Sotheby’s ]

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