Historic c.1906 Sumas Substation in Abbotsford, BC Reduced to $3.2M CAD, Prev. $6.38M
39623 Old Yale Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, V3G 1X7
A historic landmark with history dating to c.1906 has been reduced to $3,249,000 CAD
$3,750,000 CAD. The converted substation was previously on the market as much as $6,388,000 CAD. The Sumas Substation on Old Yale Road was originally constructed to power the Interurban train from Vancouver to Chilliwack. After falling into a state of disrepair for several years, the property was brought back to life with a total renovation converting the towering structure into a extremely unique private residence. Today, the residence offers just under 13,000 square feet of space with two additional rental apartments and a third two bedroom suite perfect for a nanny or extended family. There are a total of eight bedrooms and eight full bathrooms throughout. It’s built of concrete and brick and features acid stained concrete flooring, exposed brick, floor-to-ceiling windows, five kitchens, two large lofts and a home theatre. The unique estate is scenically situated on 2.35 acres and borders a 30 acre greenbelt forest with mountain views, clean air and water with a beautiful stream flowing beside it year round. The exterior includes the original lettering reading British Columbia Electric Company above the home’s grand entry, while railway tracks line the front yard. This a rare chance to purchase an extremely unique residence at a discounted price. The property is on the market for $3,249,000 CAD $3,750,000 CAD with Sara Gillooly.