106 Year Old First Shaughnessy Dream Home Hits the Market for $18.98M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

106 Year Old First Shaughnessy Dream Home Hits the Market for $18.98M

3369 The Crescent, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6H 1T6

A 106 year old historic home in Vancouver’s highly coveted First Shaughnessy District has hit the market for $18,980,000 CAD. The home sits on a large 22,653 square foot property fronting First Shaughnessy’s exclusive circle, The Crescent, and is just steps from Shaughnessy Park. According to Vancouver Heritage Foundation, the circular park in the middle of The Crescent was laid out in 1909 and features 47 species of rare and unusual trees. Built in 1912, the four storey historic home has been lovingly preserved and restored in recent years with the addition of modern conveniences such as a new kitchen and new bathrooms. With more than 6,700 square feet of living space, the home includes six large bedrooms, eight bathrooms, seven fireplaces, elegant principal rooms both for entertaining and family life, a new modern kitchen and a walk out stone terrace with views over the vast and very private west facing garden. The historic home is on the market for $18,980,000 CAD with Sotheby’s International Realty


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