Address1801-1330 Harwood Street, Vancouver BC, V6E 1S8
Property TypeCondominium
Year Built1970
Floor Area
620 sq.ft
Lot SizeBalcony
Additionals1 Underground parking, storage locker, outdoor pool
Strata Fees

Welcome to Westsea Towers! This spacious & bright 1bed condo located in the prestigious Downtown Van’s West End area, needs a little TLC; however, for this price, you won’t mind at all! Lounge on your beautiful balcony & take in the breath-taking Mountain & City views. Monthly strata fees include heat, hot water & property taxes! Bonus comes w/ 1 underground parking & storage locker. The building has recently done extensive exterior upgrades & has great amenities; bike room, outdoor pool & an onsite caretaker. Unbeatable Location, only steps to everything you will need – shops, restaurants & the Beach, enjoy what downtown has to offer with Stanley Park, Yaletown& Coal Harbour all close by – this is the dream home you’ve been waiting for! INVESTORS alert; buy at low price, & receive full downtown market rent – it’s truly an investor’s paradise! Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity

Find Your Favorite Food Truck

Vancouver is a foodie city, busting at the brim with amazing restaurants of every sort. Some of our favorite however are the food trucks!

You can usually catch a lot of them around the Vancouver Art Gallery plaza as it seems to be a hub for some of the city’s most beloved food trucks such as Arturo’s Mexico to Go. If you haven’t tried them yet you absolutely have to, as their Enchilada’s are to die for!. Vancouver’s famous Japadog’s, which are Japanese-inspired hot dogs, can usually be found nearby on Burrard Street. Download the StreetFood app to find out where and when the food trucks will be open, or just keep an eye out for the lines.

Get Postcard Worthy Views

Close to Canada Place and Waterfront Station, the 553 foot-high (168.60 meters) panoramic observation deck at the Lookout at the Harbour Centre is the perfect place to get a 360-degree picturesque view of Vancouver. From the snow-sprinkled mountains of the North Shore to grittier Gastown and the sparkling glass skyscrapers of Coal Harbour, the whole city can be seen from this unique vantage point.

Or you could always buy this place, and enjoy the panoramic views from the privacy of your own balcony.

Grab Lunch on Granville Island

Catch a False Creek Ferries or the wonderfully rainbow-colored Aquabuses  from the Vancouver Aquatic Center and you can be to Granville Island in minutes!

While you’re there, head to Railspur Alley to taste local tipples such as sake at the Artisan Sake Maker or pink gin and other craft spirits at Long Table Distillery. Catch a comedy show or musical at one of the theaters and improv centers, and enjoy local seafood for dinner at The Sandbar Restaurant and Edible Canada.

Dine Out on Fresh Seafood

Take a stroll down Davie to Yaletown’s restaurant and dining district known to be one of Vancouver’s trendiest neighborhoods famous for its dining and nightlife. Make sure you dress to impress and head to OPUS Bar; where you may even spot a celebrity.

Yaletown’s converted warehouses are home to a wide range of restaurants from vegan eateries like MeeT to chains such as The Keg Steakhouse (worth a look for the hidden rooftop bar). The neighborhood is also home to a concentration of some of the city’s best seafood restaurants, from the Aburi sushi of Minami to fresh fish at WildTale Grill and Ocean Wise sustainable seafood at Blue Water Café; all can be found within a two-block radius of each other.

Hit the Beaches at English Bay & Sunset

Downtown Vancouver’s most popular beaches is located at the entrance to Stanley Park, and at the bottom of Davie and Denman streets. Summertime sees it bustling with tourists, especially during July and August when the annual Celebration of Light international fireworks competition lights up the night with epic displays.

Rent a kayak or stand up paddleboard to explore the coast or hit the beach at dusk to see spectacular sunsets over Vancouver Island on the horizon.

Cycle Around Stanley Park

Vancouver’s most well-known landmark is best seen by bike. Rent one (or try a tandem if there’s two of you) from one of several rental places along Denman—Spokes Bicycle Rentals is closest to the Coal Harbour end of the seawall and English Bay Bike Rentals on Davie Street is nearest to English Bay.

Observe the one-way system to start near the rowing club and cycle around the seawall, passing stunning views, back to Canada Place and the downtown skyline, as well as the North Shore mountains, Lions Gate Bridge and Kitsilano.

Stop at Third Beach for photo opportunities of the ocean, mountains, and forest, or take one of the internal trails to discover the lakes and forests of Stanley Park.

Call Diana today for a viewing at (604) 789-8202 or send her an email:

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