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B.C.’s Most Expensive Properties 2013

B.C.’s Most Expensive Properties 2013

B.C.’s Most Expensive Properties 2013
January 03
17:43 2013


10) 5850 Northwest Marine Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value: $21,852,000

Number 10 on the list is built on the University Endowment Lands in UBC.

9) 3489 Osler Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value: $22,007,000

Designed by architect Ernest Collins and built by G Wilson Construction, this expansive 19,000 square foot estate home sits on a 1.2-acre lot.  Great Estates notes that the estate had never been listed until August 2007 when top Realtor Malcolm Hasman listed it for $25 million.  The owners reportedly purchased the land for $7 million and spent another $10 million on the home.  It’s said to have several wings including a guest wing, garage wing, and an indoor pool wing.


8) 3330 Radcliffe Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value: $23,571,000

This 11,000 square foot West Coast Contemporary was designed by renowned architect Russell Hollingsworth and first went on the market in 2004.  Grand Estates notes that it was originally listed at $18 million before selling for $17 million.  In 2007 the property was put back on the market for a shocking $30 million and ended up selling for $28.8 million a few weeks later.


7) 1388 The Crescent, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value: $24,225,000

This historic residence, called The Hollies, was built in 1912 for railway mogul George MacDonald and is set on nearly 3-acres of land in the posh First Shaughnessy neighbourhood.  Grand Estates notes that it went on the market nearly 10 years ago for $15 million, and eventually sold for $8 million.


6) 2815 Point Grey Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value $24,413,000

Number 6 is reportedly owned by Army & Navy owner Jacqui Cohen.  The mansion is quite private with a park directly to the left and a small home to the right with another park beyond that.


5) 4857 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value: $24,590,000

Originally built in 1986, this house is said to have five bedrooms & eight bathrooms.  We have a suspicion the home picture above has been torn down and a new estate home has taken its place.


4) 5696 Newton Wynd, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value: $25,420,000

This luxury estate home was designed by architect Ernest Collins and built by G Wilson Construction in the mid 90s.  The mansion is set within a park-like setting with manicured gardens and lawns.  The house itself is said to be around 18,000 square feet.


3) 4719 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value: $25,513,000

Belmont Avenue is one of, if not the most expensive street to live on in Vancouver, BC.  It’s lined with several massive estate homes.  This home was built in 1997, has six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, and sits on a large 60,000 square foot lot.  It was designed by Formwerks Architecture.


2) 3085 Point Grey Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value $35,168,000

Owned by Chip Wilson, the founder of Lululemon, this unfinished mansion sits on an oversized lot with 187′ of frontage.  Chip purchased two lots and combined them.  Upon completion the home will have 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms.


1) 4707 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

Assessed Value: $39,269,000

Just shy of $40 million and number one on the list is this expansive private residence on Belmont Avenue offering over 25,000 square feet.  It’s said to sit on 1.7-acres with 10 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms.  Features include a 13,000 square foot lap pool, a 4,700 square foot squash court, and a 665 square foot porch.  The current owner purchased the lot in 2005 for $8.7 million cash.  The property provides unmatched views of the Strait of Georgia, Bowen Island, and Vancouver.

 

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