Shaughnessy neighbourhood is known for its beautiful heritage architecture and wonderful green avenues, it is a home of the legendary "Crescent" - an incredible heritage street full of the greatest homes in Central Vancouver.
Shaughnessy neighbourhood is bordered by 41st Avenue to the south, 16th Avenue to the north, Oak Street to the east, and East Boulevard to the west.
Shaughnessy is mainly residential area, with a high proportion of heritage mansions from the first half of 20th century.
The aristocratic nature of this neighbourhood provides a gentle touch of history. The green scenery and elegant classical features are conserved through the dwellings in this area, and the interiors have been modernized to the best modern amenities.
Residents of this neighbourhood own the property from condos to luxury heritage mansions. There are vast opportunities for the homebuyers at Shaughnessy: family houses, bungalows, lots, high-end designed condos - you will find everything you want.
Shaughnessy is a very green area, it has five parks, including Shaughnessy Park and Angus Park in First Shaughnessy. The other three parks in Shaughnessy are Devonshire Park, Kerrisdale Park, and famous beautiful VanDusen Botanical Garden, placed between 41st Avenue and King Edward Avenue.