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The final building at Grosvenor Ambleside, a spectacular full-block waterfront community by Grosvenor in prestigious West Vancouver, has seen unprecedented sales success with over 70 per cent of residences sold in just 60 days. Only 10 opportunities remain to be a part of this distinctive community.

The design team behind the West Coast Modern aesthetic at Grosvenor Ambleside consists of Order of Canada recipient and renowned architect James Cheng and award-winning interior designer Mitchell Freedland. Gordon Smith and Douglas Coupland, two of Canada’s foremost modernists, will also be celebrated. Significant works by both artists were commissioned for Grosvenor Ambleside’s residential lobbies and public spaces.

The 98 individually-designed homes range in size from 839 to over 4,600 square feet, complemented by expansive outdoor living areas with some in excess of 4,000 square feet. All are equipped with gas, water and power connections and finished in ipe hardwood, Italian tile and river rocks to create a seamless indoor-outdoor living experience.


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Residence 603

From the design aesthetic to the iconic local team of designers and artists, all of this has contributed to Grosvenor Ambleside’s strong appeal in the local market. West Vancouver is known for its established population looking to downsize from their large family homes without compromising on location, quality or design. Grosvenor Ambleside meets this need by providing a world-class waterfront experience with unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean, sophisticated and timeless finishes, thoughtful cultural and retail integration, and an exceptional service offering.

Inside each home, high-end natural materials typically reserved for Vancouver’s finest single-family residences were selected to enhance Grosvenor Ambleside’s distinct West Coast Modern aesthetic. Italian cabinetry by Snaidero is custom-configured for each kitchen, master ensuite bathroom, walk-in closet and laundry room. Kitchens also feature dramatic marble or quartzite slab backsplashes and premier professional-grade appliances by Wolf and Sub-Zero. Expansive master-ensuite bathrooms feature floor-to-ceiling marble slab walls, heated quartz floor tile underfoot, and integrated marble slab benches in select master ensuite showers.


Master Ensuite Bathroom


Kitchen by Snaidero and Sub-Zero and Wolf

Grosvenor Ambleside’s exceptional service and amenity offering only adds to its appeal. Residents will have access to a dedicated 24-hour concierge team, a well-appointed fitness facility and yoga studio, and private multi-car garages for most homes. Designed, built and finished with the utmost of care, a home at Grosvenor Ambleside makes a beautiful and everlasting statement. Future-ready technology thoughtfully planned by Millson Technologies allows for seamless integration and automation from lighting and window treatments to music, entertainment, security and more.


Residential Lobby


Private Multi-car Garage and Storage

With every project, Grosvenor also considers community vibrancy, neighbourhood appeal and local arts and culture. Residents of Grosvenor Ambleside will enjoy a new, boutique-style retail experience currently unmatched on Vancouver’s North Shore. The growing community of local establishments currently includes a new, elevated concept by Earls Restaurant, Heirloom Vegetarian Restaurant and Meinhardt Fine Foods. The 6,500 square foot glass-covered galleria will also be home to artistic and musical performances programmed by West Vancouver’s Kay Meek Centre for Performing Arts.


6,500 square foot glass-covered galleria, sculptures by Douglas Coupland

With only 10 water and mountain-view residences remaining, contact the Grosvenor Ambleside sales team to set up a private appointment at the Presentation Centre located at 1340 Marine Drive in West Vancouver. Those interested can also click here to register to receive updates.

For more information call 604 922 1380, email or visit the website here.

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