PH701 531 BEATTY STREET, VANCOUVER, BC
- 1 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1122 Square Feet
Designer Loft Residence in Crosstown
A completely renovated home by the award-winning Falken Reynolds Interiors, this true loft in Vancouver’s Crosstown fully deserves the accolades it received from top design magazines, including Dwell and Western Living.
Boasting a thoughtful interior of 1,122 sf over two levels – which open onto the 380 sf covered terrace – this high-drama, high-impact home impresses with its sense of space and ease of living.
And it's not just the interiors that shine: practically all vantage points can appreciate beautiful views of the Vancouver skyline and the North Shore mountains. With its West, North, and South West exposures, abundant natural light is also assured.
The renovation focused on creating plenty of room to entertain friends and family, with the floorplan embracing an open-concept approach to the terrace, kitchen, and living room. The two-storey, automated sliding garage door – a significant design feature – blurs the lines between indoor/outdoor living.
One is immediately taken by the large volume of space in the middle of the loft. Featured is a Bocci 28 chandelier over the kitchen island, with the concentration of lights tapering at the top to draw eyes up and emphasize the loft’s impressive height (some 19 feet from floor to ceiling). Quality oak hardwood flooring is carried throughout, and a Miele appliance package allows culinary delights to match the design.
In the ensuite, the mid-century-inspired custom vanity – built to look like movable furniture – has the same “openness” effect. Rhomboid Tex floor tiles by Mutina and gleaming subway tiles add texture to the neutral palette. A statement piece unto its own, an artful powder room on the main floor is sure to impress.
The large, oversized bedroom provides ample area to work from home while also offering significant storage and closet space. The primary bedroom’s design showcases the Bocci fixture and the views, and natural linen drapery creates privacy and darkness come evening.
The covered terrace alone is remarkable, with room for dining for eight and a focal gas brick fireplace that is ideal for hosting gatherings well into the cooler months. A statement chandelier on the terrace adds to the home’s charm, while numerous outdoor planters are provided with landscaping and irrigation.
The neighbourhood provides close walking proximity to the sought-after shops and restaurants of Crosstown, and the loft is only steps from major transit lines.
Inspired by Brooklyn’s warehouse lofts, modern craftsman and wood elements give the space a distinctly warm yet urban feel; all the compelling features come together easily to create a memorable and inviting environment.
Rarely does a home of this unique nature come to market—nothing to do but move in and enjoy.