This basement entry-style duplex would be ideal as a strata unit or for a homeowner to live in one side and rent the opposite side. The single garage, separate laundry and the possibilities for a one bedroom suite downstairs mean the plan could be easily turned into a fourplex design in areas where this is allowed. Upstairs from the main foyer is the open living room and dining area. The living room has a corner gas fireplace at the rear, next to a half wall that overlooks the stairs. The front of the room features a sloping ceiling that frames an arc-top window. An angled door between the living and dining rooms leads on to the front-view balcony - an invitation to relax with a coffee after dinner. The kitchen is centrally located and is bathed in natural light from a skylight. Three bedrooms share one main bathroom. The master suite, at the back of the house, has sliding glass doors to a private sundeck. A linen cupboard and a broom closet add to the main floor storage. The duplex is 48 feet wide and 50 feet deep with a total of 2,220 square feet. Full height brick highlights the attractive front door of this design, which is completed with a stucco exterior and cedar shakes.