Minutes To Trending Mount Pleasant
The next young, hip, upcoming neighbourhood of Vancouver. Mt. Pleasant is going through a re-birth with new trendy shops, restaurants, craft brewers and pubs. With its historic buildings and cultural tapestry the neigbhourhood has deep roots into the early days of Vancouver. Pictured is the annual Car-Free Day Street Festival down Main Street.
Steps to Cambie Village
A short stroll to Cambie Street along 16th provides access to a re-emerging shopping and entertainment distract. From the Big Box retailers at the foot of the Cambie Bridge to a diverse set of shops, dinning, services and entertainment along Cambie St up to 20th Ave, everything you need is a short walk away.
Broadway - City Hall Station
Craftsman Collection I is a short walk to Broadway - City Hall station on the Milleniam line. Providing an fast easy commute to Downtown to the north and Richmand/YVR to the south
Grandville Island Public Market
A gentle 15min bike ride along the Sea Wall or 9 min drive, Granville Island Market is the perfect place to shop for your weekend entertaining or just capture the essence of Vancouver living.
Queen Elizabeth Park
Seek a deeper connection to natures beauty and serenity in sound and colour, Queen Elizabeth Park, Hillcrest Aquatic Center, Riley Park and Nat Baily Stadium are a short 20 min walk or 5 min drive.
Mt Pleasant Park
Get your exercise and fresh air with a 5 min walk to Mt. Pleasant Park. Ajoining Simon Fraser Elementary School the park offers a playground, basketball court, treed and grassy areas and a community garden
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The Craftsman Collection

Deep in character, the Craftsman style homes where a prevalent architecture around Vancouver in the early 1900s.  As old school European Builders, Noort Homes appreciates workmanship, skill, architecture and the beauty of homes create in that era.

The Craftsman Collection by Noort Homes are special infill projects that retain the historic charm and beauty of the original time & era. Working in conjunction with the City of Vancouver, parts of the original exterior,  character and detail are retained while the foundation, exterior siding, roof and nearly every other element of the original building are replaced.

Exterior colours are chosen from a palette maintained by The Vancouver Heritage Foundation and approved by the City of Vancouver’s Heritage Department. The expanded structure and added Laneway Homes are all finished with the same Craftsman style and detail of the original. Like all Noort Homes, the Craftsman Collection are built to meet or exceed current standards along with a commitment to quality and workmanship reminiscent of the skill and care that the original home was built.

Using increased density allowances and creative use of space and structures, 4 homes take the place of the original providing units for purchase in 2, 3 and 4 bedroom configurations. The interior of each home is finished with all the modern conveniences and expectations of today’s buyers. 

For consumers looking for the opportunity for old fashioned neigbhourhood, house type living minutes from everything Vancouver has to offer at an affordable price, The Craftsman Collection provides a limited number of opportunities for the lucky buyers. 

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Craftsman example courtesy of
Vancouver Heritage Foundation

For over 56 Years the Noort Brothers, Len, Nick & Hugh have been building homes of unmatched craftsmanship

Noort Homes are built to last. While our investment in quality suppliers, products, vendors and tradespeople is what really protects the homes we build, we are proud to participate in the 2-5-10 New Home Warranty program to give buyers additional piece of mind.