We’re not even gonna bother telling you how beautiful this home is because it’s so obviously-stunning, so much so that it’s often referred to as a Canadian and Vancouver real estate landmark!
Here’s a few numbers to get you started:
Interior: 5,287 square-feet
Bathrooms: 4 (+1 Partial)
And here’s a peek inside:
Designed by acclaimed Canadian architect Arthur Erickson, this one of kind home made of glass and steel was custom built for Hugo Eppich, the co-founder of a Canadian fabrication company, according to Curbed.
In addition, the property also sports the following amenities:
- A solarium
- Natural creek
- Swimming pool
- Swirlpool / hot tub
- Attached workshop
- Neary golf course
This beautiful home is tucked away in West Vancouver, at a (somewhat) shocking low price. It’s about half the price of the most expensive condo in Vancouver, and a quarter of one of the most expensive mansions in Vancouver! Maybe one day.
Year Built: 1988
Sale Price: $13,800,000
Location: 1056 Groveland Road, West Vancouver, BC
All photos via Sotheby’s International Realty.
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