This $36.2 million home is the most expensive ever listed in North Vancouver

Nov 3 2017, 10:24 pm

Looking to own your own piece of North Vancouver paradise?

You could always start with the one that carries the distinction of being North Vancouver’s most expensive ever listed.

Yes, this four-bedroom, five-bathroom home home has been newly listed by Sotheby’s and sits 20 minutes from downtown on Indian River Crescent.

And with a $36.2 million price tag, we’re thinking it’s probably pretty decent.

Too much, you say?

Well, let’s take a look at it.

Sotheby’s International Realty

Right off the bat, the listing boasts the property as an “incredibly private sanctuary” where “your only visible neighbours would be your other two acreages.”

Yup, looks pretty private to us. (Sotheby’s Internatioanl Realty)

So if you’re not a fan of people and the weight of your millions is bringing you down, this might be the place for you. That’s worth something, right?

This property also offers ample space to spread your legs and go exploring.

The property is a 3-in-1 (Sotheby’s International Realty)

In total, there are actually three separate titles, over 14 acres, a 9000 sq. ft. home, another self-contained Guest House, working 12 stall paddock/barn and Greenhouse.

Sotheby’s International Canada

Sotheby’s International Realty

The property has “never before” been offered as an estate, which means of course, “the possibilities are endless and with RS3 zoning the future potential, if important, could be tremendous.”

So there you go. “Endless possibilities” and it will only cost you $36 million.

You can’t afford not to.

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