3689 Selkirk Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6H 2Y9
This 1915 Tudor Revival style English manor was built for lawyer and whiskey baron Edward Tulk, who named it after his only daughter, Rosemary. Architects Maclure & Fox were British Columbia’s most prominent designers of substantial homes.
Subsequent occupants were John W.Fordham Johnson, later Lieutenant-Governor of B.C., and Austin Taylor, owner of the Bralorne gold mine.
This Magnificent over 16,000 square foot mansion sitting on over 39,000 square foot huge lot.
It is in good original condition and comes with a Heritage Register’ and a city of Vancouver Designation. The original wood paneling, mouldings, and hardware are all fully intact and ready for renovations.
$12,880,000 CAD SOLD
House Size: 16,287 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 0.89 Acres
Specialty Items: Built for Lawyer & Whiskey Baron Edward Tulk, Designed by Architects Maclure & Fox, Original Condition, Original Wood Paneling.
Address: 3689 Selkirk Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6H 2Y9
Listing Agent: Julia Lau of Homeland Realty