Two swanky Burnaby homes added to 'parade' showcase

The Homebuilders Association Vancouver is hosting the 26th annual HAVAN Parade of Homes on Sunday, June 9 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Join the Parade and tour 19 award-winning homes across Metro Vancouver – including two located in Burnaby.

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“Our builders and designers are showcasing an amazing array of inspiring homes on the Parade this year including a new single-family development custom home, luxurious duplex, award-winning laneway, the rezoning of two city lots into five custom homes, and a wide variety of custom renovation solutions,” said Ron Rapp, HAVAN CEO. “I encourage anyone considering a home renovation, custom build or purchase of a new home to take this opportunity to tour the homes and meet our builders, renovators and designers. It’s an opportunity to be inspired and to learn about design solutions and building techniques. The Parade can be as educational as it is inspirational, and of course people will be wowed by the state-of-the-art design finishing too.”


1430 Duthie Avenue (Custom Built Home, built byLarch Construction Ltd.)

Featuring a master and wok kitchen on the main, four ensuited bedrooms up, as well as a huge cinema room and bar downstairs with separate entrance, in addition to an independent two-bedroom rental suite, this 4,740 sq. ft. mansion has been built to the highest standard.

6630 Sperling Avenue(Custom Built Multi-Family Duplexbuilt byBy Design Construction Inc.(BDC Homes Inc))

Located in prestigious Upper Deer Lake area this prestigious home features luxury finished throughout. Extravagant large gourmet kitchen, complete with top of the line BERTAZZONI Italian appliances, 9-foot ceilings showcasing beautiful modern lighting, custom-built wood stairs, Italian tiles and so much more.

Some Parade highlights include a spectacular custom-built home in a single-family Upper Delbrook development with sweeping city views; a unique custom-built home featuring metal clad siding which creates a stunning modern barn design that also adheres to new permitting requirements for homes located within designated wildfire zones in North Vancouver; two side by side lots transformed into 5 contemporary custom-built homes in Vancouver; a state-of-the-art contemporary home on the west side which is currently in progress providing the opportunity to look behind the walls of a custom build; plus a whole-home renovation of a 1960’s bungalow, and the last chance to view VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation Millionaire Lottery Prize Home in Tsawwassen.

Sign up at to preview homes and access the interactive map to help plan your personal Parade. Admission is free with an encouraged donation of $10 per family (collected at the first home visited) to help support the purchase of tools, building materials and safety gear for a carpentry training program offered by Lower Mainland secondary schools. You will also receive your own Parade Passport with home details and resource information.


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