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“Most haunted house in Vancouver” to be replaced by condo project

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The new building will include 65 condo units over 68 underground parking stalls.

A variety of unit sizes will be offered, from studios to three-bedroom units.

Units on the top floor will have rooftop patios and an amenity room on the first floor will open out to a landscaped courtyard with children’s play area, seating, tables and a barbecue.

Cambie and King Edward condos rendering
Rendering of a new condo development by Pennyfarthing Homes at Cambie Street and King Edward. Credit: Raymond Letkeman Architect Inc./City of Vancouver
Cambie and King Edward haunted house
This house at the corner of Cambie and King Edward, on the site of the proposed condo development, has been the subject of numerous “ghost stories” over the years and is somewhat of an urban legend. Credit: Raymond Letkeman Architect Inc./City of Vancouver

Interestingly, the development will replace a large single-family home on the corner, long rumoured to be haunted.

The home has become somewhat of an urban legend, with several online articles and reddit threads聽speculating on the home’s past.

There’s even a video about the home, calling it “The Most Haunted House in Vancouver.”

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