Lakeside Architectural West Coast Retreat! 5 acres! Walls of windows! $2.99 Million

Ivan Hunter

Ivan Hunter

Lakeside Architectural West Coast Retreat! 5 acres! Walls of windows! $2.99 Million

$2,995,000 CAD | 1974 | 5,898 Sq. Ft. | 3 Beds | 4 Baths | 5.02 Acres
203 Goward Rd, Saanich, British Columbia V9E 2H8

The art of living harmoniously with the natural world. Designed by notable architect Richard Hunter for his family, this architecturally significant West Coast house sits quietly & dramatically, lakeside on a natural, sunny 5 acres, with trails to the waterfront dock. The home is filled with beautiful natural finishes. Huge windows, sparkling mirrors & unique portals transport light in & around the home almost magically. Walls of windows & skylights blend the mossy wildflower meadows, dancing forest, twinkling lake views & wildlife into the warm organic interior. A central hearth & library shares warmth from the wood stove through the main home. The kitchen overlooks the forest, dining sphere sits in wooded tranquility. Primary bedroom & ensuite, office & a 2nd bed round out the main area. To the west tower for a spacious studio & the family suite, 2nd kitchen, bath, treetop bedroom, & seating that converts to extras beds. Wonderful community, mins to schools, recreation & amenities.


Robyn Wildmanrobyn.wildman@sothebysrealty.com • (250) 818-8522
Samantha Jenssonsamantha.jensson@sothebysrealty.com • (250) 818-2006
Grace Shingrace.shin@sothebysrealty.com • (250) 893-9976
The Wildman Group | Sotheby’s International Realty Canada
Photography Credit: Ivan Hunter



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