Top 5 Most Expensive BC Houses
Below are the 5 Most Expensive BC Houses based on assessed value and not market value. All properties are single family homes and do not include apartments or penthouse’s.
5. 130 South Oxley St., West Vancouver – $16,324,000
This house was designed by the renowned modernist architect Fred Hollingsworth and completed in 1993. West Vancouver properties ran a distant second. The so-called view premium has changed all that, dramatically driving up the value of homes with panoramic vistas and waterfront access.
4. 4719 Belmont Ave., West Point Grey – $17,548,000
4719 Belmont Avenue is the home of former Future Shop owner Hassan Khosrowshahi and his wife, Nezhat. It boasts a central courtyard with a retractable, pyramid-shaped glass roof. Interior design by British decorator David Laws. The home was designed to accommodate the couple’s many philanthropic events.
3. 2815 Point Grey Rd., Kitsilano $21,216,000
The home was reportedly inspired by the Army & Navy owner’s former residence in California. Rumour has it she’s planning to demolish the estimated 12,000-square-foot structure and design a new one with Russell Hollingsworth.
2. 4785 Drummond Dr., West Point Grey $20,478,000
The three-lot property features a 10-car garage, basketball courts, and painstakingly landscaped grounds overlooking Spanish Banks, while the home itself doubles as Mattrick’s office. It all adds up to the highest assessed property in the region; market value is probably close to $35 million.
1. 3330 Radcliffe Ave., West Vancouver $23,878,000
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