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全海景学区房:马蹄湾一号

西温是一个传统的富人区, 拥有Ambleside安布塞德和Dundarave邓达拉夫小镇两个当地历史悠久的小镇。靠近连接市中心Lion’s Gate Bridge狮门大桥的是Park Royal皇家公园购物广场。这是西温最大的购物中心广场,在这里您一切的购物需求都可以满足。

马蹄湾是西温最美丽的海滨地区,越过如诗如画的海岸与伟岸的山峰,沿着Howe Sound豪海峡,这里有海、有山、有森林、有村庄,位处绝佳的地理位置,是您梦想中的世外桃源。能让您拥有全球最无与伦比的滨海景色之一。

Horseshoe
Bay
Dundarave 11 min
Ambleside 16 min
Park Royal 17 min
To Vancouver

投资优势

  1. 西温哥华:全球富豪择居首选地之一
  2. 马蹄湾:西温最美丽的海滨地区,无敌山海景
  3. 可享受极速滑雪,顶级高尔夫及海上垂钓等户外运动
  4. 温哥华高端学府配套
  5. 加拿大国宝级设计大师Paul Merrick倾力之作
  6. 自然与建筑完美融合的设计理念
  7. 可持续发展的绿色新能源技术
  8. 克里斯游轮-海盗25号:住户可以享受终身免费使用权
  9. 室内豪华精品装修,国际一线品牌家电
  10. 五星级酒店式礼宾服务
  11. Westbank西岸置业集团:北美领先的开发商

教育资源

加拿大的教育质量及教育体系在全球享有盛誉,无论是高标准公立学校,大型研究性大学,还是文科类院校,都令人向往。而马蹄湾既坐拥绝美自然景观,又能享有触手可及的教育机会。

  1. Gleneagles Elementary School (格伦伊格尔斯小学):
    西温有着卑诗省最井然有序、最全面的公立学校网络,同时在教育质量和教育设施上与世界上最棒的私立学校相媲美。
  2. Rockridge Secondary School (岩岭中学):
    这所学校是一所可颁发全世界通用的IB教育文凭的公立学校,该校的宗旨是以高质量的学术成就为目标,辅以艺术、运动、户外教育。
  3. Mulgave School (马尔格雷夫私校):
    从3岁学生起收,这所学校是一家全面运用世界公认的IB教育系统的私立国际学校,今年名列全卑诗省第16名。
  4. Collingwood School (柯林伍德私校):
    这是一所全城公认的教育最成功的私立学校之一。今年在BC全省所有学校中名列第6,是西温最好的一所学校。
  5. Capilano University (卡皮兰诺大学):
    这是温哥华北岸唯一一所具有资质认证的大学。
  6. SFU Vancouver Campus (西蒙菲沙大学温哥华校区):
    3个市中心校区富有浓厚的艺术气息、可主修商业、美术并作进一步的教育深造。

项目所处位置

地段

马蹄湾一号位于Nelson Avenue尼尔森大街,地处西温哥华马蹄湾城镇中心,北面毗邻太平洋,南面面向Cypress赛普勒斯山。

交通

30分钟车程即可到达温哥华市中心。BC Ferry卑诗省轮船站点乘坐轮船即可到达温哥华周边小镇,如维多利亚等。

周边设施

步行距离即可到达周边公园,海岸码头及高尔夫球场,是一个集聚商业、娱乐和生活为一体的综合社区。

装修

全套精装修。德国原装进口美诺Miele厨具及德国德立菲Duravit及汉斯格雅Hansgrohe打造的整套卫生洁具。超高层高,独一无二的超高超宽的实心橡木制套间房门。

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Paul Merrick

Paul Merrick was born and grew up in West Vancouver, remembering his Ambleside neighbourhood as a “real village,” and remarks on the multi-generational shops that are still there. His grandfather was an engineer on coastal ferries, his father an industrial arts teacher at West Vancouver High and his uncle ran the local gas station. Young Paul played in the surrounding forests, caddied at the Capilano Golf Club, and picked up the wood-working skills that still serve him today in his sailboat design and construction at his East Sooke workshop.

Paul Merrick faced a choice when applying to the University of British Columbia: “There’s not much room for imagination in engineering, so I choose architecture – it looked like more fun.” His natural abilities with freehand drawing served him well as a student, but his real education in design thinking came from one of the School of Architecture’s most charismatic professors. “Arthur Erickson had a Socratic teaching process,” Merrick says, “He showed these magnificent slides of his travels – he took us on mental journeys, talked about pace and place and light.” At the time, Erickson was designing the Filberg House in Comox – his first large house commission – and he shared the evolution of its design with Merrick and his classmates. After third year, he spent a summer working at Ron Thom’s office, working on the details of Massey College in Toronto. Upon graduation, Merrick faced a choice: “I had offers from two firms that were on very different wavelengths. You could say that Arthur Erickson’s office was FM, but Ron Thom’s was AM, and that is what I chose.”

Soon, Merrick was designing small wooden houses in the Westcoast idiom that was Thom’s hallmark. “It’s hard to know where one’s influences come from, but from an early age I had a strong empathy for an organic way of thinking,” he says of these designs. These tendencies are evident in the larger Sciences Complex and Library/ Bridge commissions he was given as part of Thom’s design of the Trent University campus in Ontario, which meet the technical needs of a contemporary university, but retain a sense of handmade tradition. Merrick says: “When Ron put his hand to something, a different kind of light emerged.” After a few years in Thom’s then-Toronto-based office, and some extended travels in Europe, Merrick returned to Vancouver.

Working with Thompson Berwick Pratt, Merrick was lead architect for the lobby extension and interior adaptive re-use that transformed the former Orpheum cinema in to Vancouver’s leading concert venue, winning Governor General’s Medal for Architecture for his design.
A felt pen elevation for UBC student house design project
A sketch for Paul Merrick Family Residence, Eagle Harbour

For Thompson Berwick Pratt he designed the powerful Brutalist forms of the downtown Vancouver CBC studios, then was project architect for the very different interior renovation and lobby addition for the oncethreatened Orpheum Theatre, which won a Governor General’s Medal for architecture. Merrick designed a sublime house in the forest for his family in West Vancouver in 1972, then a few years later formed his own practice. The range of buildings completed since is remarkable, ranging from the Gothic touches of the UBC Alumni Medical Library at 12th and Heather to the assertive wood structure of the Day Lodge at the Callaghan Valley installations for the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Merrick says that one of his most important techniques he used as he built his own architectural practice – which has grown to forty employees in offices in Victoria and Vancouver – is to constantly ask “What is the site asking of us?” He regards the current commission for Westbank on the Sewell Marina site to be one of the great challenges of his career. “Horseshoe Bay has the curious condition of the view being north, the sun to the south,” he says. A breakthrough came with memories of the rural English architecture he had toured with is family in the 1970s, with “buildings one room thick” being the perfect strategy he had sought for this confined site having the additional site conditions of steep forest on one side and harbour on the other. “During design development all the notions were there, but they got pumped up a bit, more texture came in,” says the architect of his Horseshoe Bay design, concluding: “Listen to the land, and it will tell you what it wants to be.”

Interior Finishes & Specifications

Design

  • West Coast Modern luxury homes in the waterfront community of Horseshoe Bay
  • Horseshoe Bay West Vancouver steps right out from the hillside to the ocean front
  • Interior design inspired by natural west coast surroundings
  • Layouts allow for natural cross ventilation and expansive views of the waterfront, mountain, forest, or park
  • Homes are accessed through covered external walkways
  • Reinforced concrete construction

Sustainable Design

  • In building heating and cooling provided through an onsite geothermal ocean loop, allowing for a reduction in greenhouse gas emission of up to 70%
  • Underground Parking supplied with electric vehicle charging stations (available for purchase)
  • Onsite cistern to capture stormwater runoff and recycle it for irrigation, thereby reducing the use of fresh water
  • Local recycling of onsite rock material to protect and enhance to waterfront
  • Local material use that supports local artists and trades

Security

  • 24-hour concierge
  • Building-wide electronic Access Control system
  • 24-hour digital video recording surveillance of building entry points
  • Electronic access using a single encrypted security device
  • Video Entry System allows identification and screening of guests
  • Elevators include restricted floor access

Amenities

  • Amenity Boat House, that is truly one of the most breath-taking boathouses in history
  • Luxurious 24 foot Chris Craft boat, with dedicated Captain
  • Paddle Boards and Kayaks for residences to use
  • Private Lobby with soaring ceilings and architectural fireplace, and additional private lobbies for each building
  • State of the art gym

Interiors

  • Designed by Merrick Architecture in a West Coast Modern typology
  • Unique overheight extra wide solid oak suite entry door, modern interpretation of the Arts and Crafts style
  • Overheight ceilings
  • Wide-planked wood flooring in all living areas
  • Porcelain Limestone look tile throughout the bathrooms and up wet walls
  • Designer wool carpet in bedrooms
  • European kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities
  • 30" and 36" gas fireplace in majority of homes, covered in travertine stone
  • Finest quality roller-blinds with woven sun control fabric

Bathroom

  • European teak vanities
  • Polished quartz countertop for master ensuite and second bathroom
  • Porcelain Limestone look flooring in oversized tiles, and up wet walls
  • Grohe polished chrome fixtures including a rain shower head, with a 3-jet hand shower wall mounted
  • Duravit undermount sink basin
  • Duravit rectangular deep soaker tub
  • Floor heating in master bathroom

Kitchen

  • European matte lacquer cabinetry
  • Contemporary built-in under-cabinet lighting
  • Self-closing cabinet drawers
  • Polished granite slab countertop, glacier white corian, or an exquisite glass fused countertop
  • Contemporary satin brushed metal and glass backsplash
  • Grohe polished chrome fixtures
  • Stainless steel double kitchen sink with built in garburator
  • Ceiling treatments will incorporate wood panels and elements to recall the forested surroundings while adding warm and tactile
  • contrast to the clean lines of the kitchens

Appliances

  • Miele 30" or 48" Dual Fuel M Touch Range
  • Miele 48" Range includes Speed Oven (Combination Auxiliary Convection Oven and Microwave) and Warming Drawer
  • Miele Futura Classic Plus custom panelled Dishwasher with Cutlery Tray
  • Miele 30" or 48" stainless steel hoodfan
  • Miele Microwave (in Residences with 30” Ranges)
  • Miele 30" or 36" MasterCool Refrigerator with Bottom Freezer Drawer & Ice maker
  • Miele MasterCool Wine Fridge, Tall Unit with 3 temperature zones, or Under-counter Unit with 2 temperature zones.
  • Garburator
  • Miele 24" stackable washer/dryer

New Home Warranty

  • 2 Years Materials and Workmanship Protection
  • 5 Years Water Penetration Protection
  • 10 Years Structural Protection