1929 Bernard Cuddon Palmer-Designed Colonial Revival in First Shaughnessy
$6,988,800 CAD | Built 1929 | 6,021 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 5 Baths | 0.33 Acres
3996 Cypress Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6J 3P5
Designed by architect Bernard Cuddon Palmer and built in 1929 in Vancouver’s historic First Shaughnessy, this New England-style Colonial Revival is on the market for $6.98 million CAD. Listing details: First Shaughnessy, an exclusive & prestigious neighbourhood, this property is set back on a tree-lined & quiet calmed street. Lovingly cared for & maintained home by same family for 40+ yrs. With 8 bedrooms, (3 in third floor) & 5 bathrooms, welcoming grand entrance & foyer, a beautiful, elegant grand staircase, a large open kitchen/ breakfast nook. Dining room seats 12, cozy den, backyard patios for BBQ. BONUS: Heated solarium for year-round entertaining. Potential self-contained basement suite with private lush sunken garden. 2 car garage, plus 4 car open parking (tandem). Lots of space for garden tools, & quaint shed. 2 wood burning fireplace, 2 upper decks. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet. Renowned architect Bernard Cuddon Palmer, New England Colonial Revival. Lot size 14,617 square feet. Great location! The property is on the market for $6.98 million CAD with Geraldine Santiago of Re/Max Crest Realty. Photography by 3D Immersive, Jonnie Graham.