Vancouver Properties Not Even The $39 Million Lotto Winner Can Afford

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It’s no secret Metro Vancouver is an expensive place to live, which is probably why so many of us dream of winning the lottery.

Someone in Delta, BC just had their dreams come true after winning the $39.5 million dollar Lotto Max jackpot.

The BC Lottery Corporation says the single winning ticket matched all seven numbers from across Canada.

As policy, all lottery winners have 52 weeks from the day the draw is printed on their ticket to come forward to claim their prize.

But, what if winning the lottery wasn’t enough?

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Homes The Lotto Winner Can’t Afford

A report by the BC Assessment Agency says that overall, the Greater Vancouver areas total assessments have increased from $904 billion in 2018 to around $947 billion in 2019.

The report stated “a total of $12.65 billion of the region’s updated assessments is from new construction, subdivisions and rezoning of properties.”

Here are some homes in Metro Vancouver that not even this lucky winner can afford:

4707 Belmont Ave

The Vancouver home is listed for $65,466,000 and offers over 25,000 square feet. The 10 bedroom mansion is said to sit on 1.7 acres of land and has 17 bathrooms. According to reports, the home also features a 13,000 square foot lap pool and a squash court.


4719 Belmont Ave

The home right next to the one above is listed for $41,203,000. Belmont Avenue is one of the most expensive streets to live on in Vancouver. This home,  built in 1997, has six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and rests on a large 60,000 square foot lot.


2815 Point Grey Rd.

The home is listed for $39,961,000: This mansion is very private and has a couple of parks near the vicinity.  


4743 Belmont Ave

A couple gates down from its fellow Belmont homes is this massive house listed for $37,724,000 – before tax. The home is close to 22,000 square feet, and is located on a private lot of 1.28 acres that provides views of English Bay.


3085 Point Grey Road

This property was assessed to be $73.1 million. The home is owned by Lululemon founder Chip Wilson.

When it comes to buying a home in Vancouver, even if you win the lottery, you may still have to keep dreaming.

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