#228: Minipark @ Bute & Haro

#12 in West End


For Kids

F



For Adults

D-



Design

C-



Atmosphere

C-



Final Score

9.80


Shall we head back to the miniparks?

This one goes by The Beaconsfield, a 1909 structure that was “one of the first large apartment blocks to be built in the West End”, according to the Vancouver Heritage Foundation, and still providing an imposing brick facade to this day. 

There’s also a quirky rock structure, which provides something to look at or climb if you’re a small child, and the requisite garbage cans and streetlights. 

In other words, it’s a minipark. But a slightly more interesting one.  

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