$13,800,000 CAD | Built 1993 | 14,600 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 7 Baths | 1.3 Acres
7629 Burris Street, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, V5E 1Z2
A landmark property extending 1.3 acres near Deer Lake Park in Burnaby, British Columbia has been reduced to $13.8 million CAD. Designed by architect Ernest Collins and completed in 1995, Twin Cedars made headlines when it hit the market in 2008 for $25 million CAD, making it the most expensive home listed in Metro Vancouver and the second most expensive in all of British Columbia at the time. It’s since dropped to $13.8 million CAD. The residence offers a little over 14,600 square feet with 5 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms, a circular office, indoor racquetball court with viewing lounge, mahogany woodwork, and marble & limestone masonry. The original owners spent two years building the home which includes impressive cherrywood ceilings, mahogany bookcases, panelling, oak mouldings & trim and a gourmet kitchen. The surrounding property resembles a private resort with gorgeous swimming pool, covered entertaining areas, and an abundance of gardens including a formal English-style rose garden, herb garden and perennial gardens. At the time of construction, the original owners had flown in many of the plants from Washington and Oregon. The property is on the market for $13.8 million CAD with Graeme Liu of Oakwyn Realty.