2065 Beach Avenue

2065 Beach Avenue; Google Streets; searched March 10, 2019; image dated August 2018.

2065 Beach Avenue; Google Streets; searched March 10, 2019; image dated August 2018.

2065 Beach Avenue first appeared in the Vancouver directories in 1926.

Leonard William Thirkell lived at this address from 1926 to 1928.

Wrigley’s British Columbia Directory, 1926, page 403 (Beach Avenue).

Wrigley’s British Columbia Directory, 1926, page 403 (Beach Avenue).

The house was a private residence until the mid-1930s.

Vancouver Province, December 7, 1934, page 7, column 2.

Vancouver Province, December 7, 1934, page 7, column 2.

In 1936, the owners either demolished the house or made significant renovations to it.

Vancouver Province, June 6, 1936, page 17, column 7.

Vancouver Province, June 6, 1936, page 17, column 7.

By 1937, the house was for rent.

Vancouver Province, June 18, 1937, page 23, column 8.

Vancouver Province, June 18, 1937, page 23, column 8.

In 1940, the city gave a permit for alterations to the house.

Vancouver Sun, April 12, 1940, page 27, column 1.

Vancouver Sun, April 12, 1940, page 27, column 1.

In the early 1940s, Henry Charles Macaulay and his wife, Marie, lived in the house.

In 1955 and 1956, the house was for sale, along with 2076 Pendrell Street, which was at the back of the lot.

Vancouver Province, April 16, 1955, page 36, column 8.

Vancouver Province, April 16, 1955, page 36, column 8.

Vancouver Sun, November 2, 1955, page 47, column 6.

Vancouver Sun, November 2, 1955, page 47, column 6.

Vancouver Sun, February 11, 1956, page 44, column 6.

Vancouver Sun, February 11, 1956, page 44, column 6.

The house has continued as a private residence until the present time.