c.1912 Tudor Mansion Lists in Vancouver’s Historic First Shaughnessy District for $20M
3490 Cypress Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6J 3N8
In a city that’s notorious for destroying century old historic homes with loads of character to make way for simple boxes, it comes as a nice surprise to find this beautifully restored and updated c.1912 Shaughnessy Tudor. Now this isn’t the first time we’ve seen this home. It was last on the market in 2015 for $12,888,000. It never sold and has just come back on the market for $20,000,000. A massive $3,000,000 renovation between 2011-2013 by a celebrated Vancouver designer brought new life to this 106-year-old character home. Upon entering you’ll see stunning irreplaceable character and architectural detail including exquisite leaded & stained glass windows and doors, antique crystal chandeliers, an authentic oak-panelled library, and some nice modern touches such as the spa-like marble bathrooms and lavish gourmet kitchen. The four level home spans 6,825 square feet with 6 bedrooms & 5 bathrooms on a large 21,000 square foot park-like estate in Vancouver’s ultra posh historic First Shaughnessy District. Replaced systems include electrical, mechanical, all copper plumbing and air conditioning. The historic home is on the market for $20,000,000 with Royal Pacific Realty.