This large, spacious and affordable 1 bedroom is situated in the solidly built Yaletown building, the Landmark 33 by Concord Pacific.
Facing the beautifully manicured gardens and water features, the leaf fountain and the tranquil rock waterfall, this show suite is quiet and very tranquil. Furthermore, the bright south west exposure is showcased by the amazing cherry blossoms in full bloom just outside every window.
With over 720 square feet, this move in condition condo has beautiful new maple floors in the great room, black diamond slate in the kitchen, jade slate in the bathroom, and Berber carpets in the bedroom and the walk in closet. The maple floors are extended to the in-suite storage room, which also doubles as an “office hideaway”.
If you like to entertain this Yaletown Condo can accommodate 6 or more around the dining table and with an open concept living space, the great room is perfect for accommodating the martini party of the year that you always wanted to throw. The highlight of this great room is that I can admire the garden views while you are eating breakfast, watching TV or enjoying a romantic dinner.
The kitchen boasts a stainless steel fridge, oven, dishwasher, and double sinks. In addition with 11 cabinets and 4 very spacious drawers, there is plenty of storage for urban living - perfect for the creative chef or the entertainer at heart. Suite 702 also contains must haves; in suite laundry and large bathroom big enough for two.
The Landmark 33 has amenities which are envied by the neighboring Yaletown condos. Amenities such as; a squash court, exercise room, lap pool, jacuzzi, steam bath, sauna, entertaining room, huge BBQ patio deck and business center. Keep in mind the maintenance fees are very reasonable if you factor in that you get all the amenities, as well as hot water and heating.
The Landmark 33 located just a block to Yaletown and Downtown attractions such as the seawall, Aquabus, Urban Fare, Round House Community Centre, GM Place, BC Place, Edgewater Casino, and the best Yaletown restaurants… “location, location, location”.