We introduce a family of new continuous variable (CV) states of definite parity originating from even single-mode squeezed vacuum (SMSV) state by subtracting an arbitrary number of photons from it. A beam splitter (BS) with arbitrary transmittance and reflectance parameters serves as a hub for redirecting input photons in an indistinguishable manner to the output and measuring modes followed by probabilistic measurement, thereby converting the initial SMSV photon distribution into new one after we know the number of registered photons in auхilliary mode. Depending on the parity of the subtracted photons, the family of the generated states is divided into two subfamilies, that is, into even and odd according to the parity of the Fock state subtracted. The family of the CV states is determined solely by one SMSV parameter, which inevitably decreases during their implementation. The algorithm of the quantum engineering can generate macroscopic CV states with a larger average number of photons (say, 4000 and even more) and quantum Fisher information of observable measuring the number of photons many times more (say, from tens of times for small practical values of the squeezing ratio to ≈4 for extremely high squeezing amplitude) than one of the original SMSV. The potential of the new family of the CV states of a certain parity, to which original SMSV, no doubt, belongs, can become decisive for a new push to implementation of optical quantum metrology protocols.