Vancouver is the most populous city in the province of British Columbia and actually features some of the most stunning luxury real estate in Western Canada. Today, The Most Expensive Homes blog will explore the priciest homes in Vancouver’s five most expensive neighborhoods.
One of the most expensive properties in this neighborhood is Chip Wilson’s Kitsilano manse. The 15,694 square feet gray concrete structure was built in 2008 and is worth $73.12 million.
This residence located at 4707 Belmont Avenue was valued at $65.47 million. It rests on an enormous 1.719-acre lot and offers magnificent ocean views. It was completed in 2007 and has 28,794 square feet of living space.
# $35.16M Residence in the Shaughnessy Neighborhood
A 17,000 square foot home located in 3489 Osler Street is the most valuable residence in Vancouver’s third most expensive neighbourhood. The house was completed in 1998 and features an indoor pool, underground parking and a 2,000 square foot maid’s residence.
The Coal Harbour neighborhood has as its most valuable property an outstanding condo listed as Unit 3103-277 Thurlow Street that is valued at $32.34 million. It is comprised of 8,000 square feet and it actually features six bathrooms and only three bedrooms.
Southlands is the fifth most value neighborhood and its standout property is definitely a home located at 2106 Marine Drive, worth $22.19 million. The 10,000 square foot home rests on a 4.2-acre site and was built back in 1929.
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Source: Vancouver Sun