Originally designed by world famous Architect Arthur Erickson, this award winning residence has been totally renovated & remodeled by Brian Hemingway in 2001. Situated on a 1/2 Acre Creekside lot, the home offers complete privacy from neighbours and passers but leaves you minutes to all local amenities. As you drive up the meandering drive the homes unique Architectural Design really stands out from the other neighbours. Featuring dramatic Entertaining Rooms including a Spectacular Great Room averaging 20′ Ceilings with Edge-Grain Fir picture windows allowing the outdoors in, and a Stunning Family Room surrounded by Glass situated above the Creek bed. Built with the finest materials & quality available the Estate includes a mixture of floor coverings including Concrete, Slate, Wool Carpet & Edge Grain Cherry Floors as well as a State-of-the-Art Chef’s Kitchen with Restaurant Quality Appliances, Edge Grain Cherry Cabinets and Granite Countertops. There are 4 large Bedrooms including a Luxurious Master Suite Getaway. The Exterior of the home also offers several entertaining spaces such as the In-Ground Pool with exposed aggregate decking. Beautiful Residence in a great neighbourhood, at an amazing price.
This Contemporary Arthur Erickson Designed Home Won’t Last Long at $2,998,000!
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Twilight: New Moon
For all the Twilight fans out there, this is the Home where the ‘Cullen Family’ resided in the hit movie Twilight: New Moon. The scene where the family is welcoming Bella for her Birthday surprise, where Jasper attempted to attack Bella was filmed in the Great Room as seen above. I’ve also included a video of the scene.
Size: 5,117 Sq. Ft.+
Bathrooms: 2 Full, 2 Half
Speciality Items: Featured in the Hit Movie, Twilight: New Moon. Designed by famous Architect Arthur Erickson, 1/2 Acre Creekside Lot, Renovated by Brian Hemingway, Chef’s Kitchen
Address: 118 Stevens Drive, British Properties, West Vancouver
The Clip below was taken from the movie ‘Twilight: New Moon’ and features the Great Room of this Arthur Erickson Contemporary.
Link to the listing: Jason Soprovich