22934 76A Avenue, Langley, British Columbia, Canada, V1M2J5
Escape to the outskirts of Fort Langley and feel as if you’ve entered a charming village in the Hamptons. Whether it be used as a primary residence or a weekend home, this gorgeous Dutch Colonial Revival offers a style and quality that is rarely seen in the Lower Mainland. It was designed by the award winning team at Su Casa Design and custom built in 2016 for a local lifestyle blogger. It sits privately on a professionally landscaped 1.41 acre property just minutes from the charming downtown of Fort Langley and includes just under 6,000 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Interior finishes include lovely wide plank white oak hardwood flooring, Colorado Gold Calcutta countertops, 15 foot California LaCantina doors, a custom limestone mantel and built-in speakers throughout. No expense was sparred in the creation and finishing of this unique home with extensive millwork and panelling, designer wallpaper and lighting, Thermador appliances and custom draperies. Nearly $300,000 has already been shaved off the asking price since it first hit the market and now that the furniture is also included, this is a deal that won’t last long! New owners will also have bragging rights and possibly a new revenue stream if they continue to use the property in film production. Rob Lowe’s tv movie The Bad Seed filmed in and around Vancouver, British Columbia, spending a substantial amount of time filming exterior and interior shots at this gated property. This unique Dutch Colonial Revival is offered furnished for $2,899,900 CAD with Dawn Erbers.