What is being described as being “possibly the rarest penthouse” in Vancouver is currently up for sale, but it will set you back $17.3 million.
With 6,000 sq. ft. of combined indoor and outdoor space, the luxury penthouse is located footsteps away from English Bay at 2001-1835 Morton Avenue, in downtown Vancouver’s West End.
While it only has two bedrooms and three bathrooms, the property’s real attraction is its outdoor space, which overlooks the city’s picturesque mountains and ocean.
Step out onto the patio and you’ll find three outdoor fireplaces, a hidden outdoor shower, a BBQ centre, and a huge terrace for entertaining guests.
According to Sotheby’s Realty Vancouver, over $3 million was spent on rebuilding the entire outdoor living area to complement the suite’s luxurious 2,740 sq. ft. interior, which also has fantastic 360-degree views of the city thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows.
You’ll also find a fireplace, hardwood features, and a beautiful eat-in kitchen, which opens up to the living and dining spaces.
The listing notes that the property is a co-op property, meaning the purchaser will be exempt from the foreign buyer and property purchase tax. Monthly strata-fees will cost $2,010.
“Meticulously crafted like a piece of art inside and out, this property is simply phenomenal,” boasts Sotheby’s. “There is no other property like it.”