4211 Oxford

Vancouver Heights, Burnaby North



Beautiful Home in Fantastic Location

This home is absolutely beautiful and ready for it's next owners. Freshly renovated by local high quality trades it just feels great and appeals to all kids of tastes and styles of living. 

The main floor is something found in the pages of magazines straight out of homes the are much more expensive. Professionaly designed by Gillian Harris of Love it or List it Vancouver and local interior design fame the soft tones, wide open spaces, great lighting and highly functional features of this home will have your friends green with envy.

The wonderful spacious kitchen has a perfect layout with lots of counter space, loads of storage and great appliances. Open to the livig room with a breakfast bar it functions equaly well for both daily living and entertaining. The adjacent seperate dining area makes enjoying the food you prepare easy and fun. When the food is finished slide over to the entertaining spaces for movies or just great conversations.

During the warmer months the door to the back deck stays open and the BBQ and large covered portion make living outside a true reality.

Upstairs and down you have bedrooms, laundry, more entertaining and a special space made just for getting homework done during the school year.


Don't waste time on this one. Come and see what you get with this terrific Vancouver heights home.  



Features Of
This Property

Type: House
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 2140
Lot Size: 4026
Frontage: 33
Depth: 122
Full Baths: 2
Taxes: $5414.27
Parking: Lane access to carport
Storage: Yes
Kitchens: 1
Balcony/Patio: Yes with cover
View: Mountains and Inlet
Basement: yes
Rear Exposure: North
Storeys: 2.5
Year Built: 1923
Style: Tudor
Construction: North

Print Feature Sheet

Floorplan 1


Living Room: 15'x13'
Kitchen: 13'x14'
Dining room: 10'x12'
Family room/Den: 13'x10"
Mudroom: 6'x6'
Pantry: 6'x4'
Bedroom: 12'x11'6
Bedroom: 12'x11'6
Family Room: 16'x11'
Bedroom: 11'x10'
Library: 14'x9'

Questions, comments or requests?