As in a poem, each line of a building contributes to the greater whole. This harmony of parts is the hallmark of Keats Hall. Situated around a lushly landscaped central courtyard, the design subtly integrates brick, timber, and masonry into a new interpretation of West Coast style.
Your eye will delight in the tasteful décor and exquisite materials applied to the fine art of living: rich wood veneer entry doors, satin chrome hardware, soft-toned carpets, fireplaces crafted of porcelain tile with slate inserts – all bathed in floods of light from large windows.
In the kitchens, Shaker-style cabinetry surrounds stainless steel and black appliances. The bathrooms are a creation of Jasper soaker tubs, porcelain, glass and chrome. For dining outdoors, most ground floor homes offer sunny patios; the upper levels all have large decks.
The University of British Columbia is renowned both for its academic standing and the beauty of its campus. Some call it exceptional – a privileged few can call it home. The university’s cultural treasures – the Museum of Anthropology, the Chan Centre, the Nitobe Memorial Garden, and so much more – are just minutes from your door. For everyday amenities, University Marketplaces and the West Side’s distinct shipping neighbourhoods are all conveniently close. The prestigious neighbourhood also offers excellent public schools and community recreational facilities – University hill is consistently rated one of the top secondary schools in British Columbia. In every way, Keats Hall redefines the language of living well.