a west vancouver landmark
As one of the first houses constructed in the Upper Hollyburn area, Vinson House is a vital piece in West Vancouver’s rich history
Originally built in 1913 for Valient Vivian Vinson, renowned photographer and Reeve of West Vancouver, this iconic Craftsman Style home enjoyed considerable significance and prestige over the years. Its decorative elements and exceptional construction saw it featured in a West Vancouver Publicity Program in 1918 and it was honored with a Heritage Achievement Award in 1997. Conservation of Vinson House has been guided by a Heritage Conservation Plan prepared by Donald Luxton Associates Inc. one of Canada’s premier heritage consultants.