Former Sumas Substation Reduced to $4.398-Million CAD (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
39623 Old Yale Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, V3G 1X7
An historic landmark with history dating back to 1906 has recently been reduced to $4.398-million. The Sumas Substation on Old Yale Road was originally constructed to power the Interurban train from Vancouver to Chilliwack. After falling into a state of disrepair for several years, the property was brought back to life with a total renovation converting the towering structure into a extremely unique private home. Today, the residence offers over 13,000 square feet of space with two additional rental apartments, and a third two bedroom suite perfect for a nanny or extended family. It’s built of concrete and brick and features acid stained concrete flooring, exposed brick, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The exterior includes the original lettering reading “British Columbia Electric Company” above the home’s grand entry. The residence is nestled against Vedder Mountain, while railway tracks line the front yard. The unique property had previously been listed as high as $6.388-million, then reduced to $4.988-million, and most recently reduced to $4.398-million. The home is listed with Sara Gillooly & Dan Mosher.