Sure, the listing of this luxury home in West Vancouver may be rather exclusive, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a look at exactly what the home’s $16.5 million asking price will get you.
Listed by Oakwyn Realty and located at 4580 Marine Drive, the home is described as “an ultra-luxury, custom built modern masterpiece, perched above the ocean in West Vancouver.”
Let’s have a look at some of the home’s offerings shall we?
Well, for starters, an oversized entryway leads to wall-to-wall Italian marble floors, over-height ceilings, giant skylights, and floor-to-ceiling windows facing southerly views of the water.
The recently completed residence includes a captivating ‘origami’ style back-lit ceiling, a 45-bottle wine rack, built-in surround sound audio, and rosewood cabinetry.
The kitchen is fully equipped with German-made, Gaggenau appliances, including a wine fridge, espresso machine, gas ranges, and ovens.
Made for entertaining, the kitchen counter overlooks the spacious family room. Along with the formal dining room, these spaces open onto the main balcony.
This oversized deck is designed for outdoor dining, and it is an ideal space to watch the sunset and the passing birds over the ocean.
The balcony offers access to the gas fire pit and 180-degree views of Caulfield Park, the ocean, and the downtown Vancouver skyline, while Mount Baker sits in the background.
Speaking of balconies, this home has no shortage of patio space – over 3,000 sq. ft of it, to be exact.
A glass elevator transports guests to all three stories of this home, including the second floor, where all four bedrooms face the ocean and have direct access to the balcony.
The home’s bottom floor features a bar area, with two wine fridges, and overlooks the theatre room, which is outfitted with an immense projection screen. Right beside it, guests will find a 90-bottle wine rack, looking through to the games area – perfect for a game of pool. A custom sauna is waiting for guests looking to unwind.
Outside, an infinity edge hot tub pours into the pool, designed to reflect the moving ocean below.
But enough talk. Why not check out all this home has to offer with this self-guided tour?