North Vancouver History
This weekend's private showings are booked and I'm excited to share this home to so many potential buyers and their Realtors, my latest listing at 151 Carisbrooke Crescent.The current owner, is proud of the property's heritage, as it was once owned by David and Barbara Wallace, of Wallace Shipyards! David's father, Andrew Wallace founded the family business in 1894. Clarence took over in 1929. Clarence’s son David later served as general manager until the business was sold in 1972.The City of North Vancouver has done an outstanding job designing a friendly outdoor space for family and friends to meet near the company's past location at the bottom of Lonsdale The Museum of North Vancouver is a great resource that shares more about this company and so many more stories that shaped North Vancouver and is definitely worth a visit. Do you have stories to share about your home's history? I'd love to hear them! 
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