On West 30th Avenue, built in 1931 on a 33 foot lot, this is a small house, but looks to be in good shape. This is how it looked when it was sold in February 2014.
Apparently no one lived in the house in the summer of 2014 because the grass got long.
The house was sold again in March 2015, for $150,000 more. It was still there in early 2016, when a hellebore and euphorbia flowered.
It was torn down in June 2016, over two years after being sold the first time, probably vacant the entire time, when housing in Vancouver is badly needed. Just another 33 foot lot in Dunbar with a modest home on it; in earlier times it would have been a "starter" to renew the neighbourhood with a young family.