New assessments detail the top 10 priciest properties in BC

Jan 4 2022, 10:11 pm

Have you received your BC property assessment yet? While many areas around the Lower Mainland are seeing big jumps in value, others are seeing multi-million dollar increases.

BC Assessment has a new tool where you can check out the most expensive properties in BC, and we had to go through them.

And, spoiler alert: Lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s pricey property cracked the list, going up a cool $6.3 million in the past 12 months.

Here’s a look at the top 10:

10. 4857 Belmont Ave, Vancouver

4857 Belmont Avenue Vancouver

4857 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver. (Google Maps)

Type: Acreage 

Total value:  $33,910,000

Last year’s value: $31,576,000

Built: 1986

9. 4749 Belmont Ave, Vancouver

4749 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver (Google Maps)

Type: Single Family Residence 

Total value: $33,959,000

Last year’s value: $25,764,000

Built: 2019

8. 4773 Belmont Ave, Vancouver

4857 Belmont Avenue Vancouver

Type: Single Family Residence 

Total value: $35,078,000

Last year’s value: $32,787,000

Built: 2010

7. 8030 Alpine Way, Whistler

8030 Alpine Way, Whistler (Google Maps)

Type: Acreage

Total value: $35,819,000

Last year’s value: $26,877,000

Built: 2019

6. 2815 Point Grey Rd, Vancouver

2815 Point Grey Road Vancouver

2815 Point Grey Road, Vancouver. (Google Maps)

Type: Single Family Residence 

Total Value:  $38,267,000

Previous year’s value: $34,269,000

Built: 1962

5. 4719 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver

4719 Belmont Avenue Vancouver

4719 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver. (Google Maps)

Type: Single Family Residence 

Total Value: $39,912,000

Previous year’s value: $35,500,000

Built: 1997

4. 4743 Belmont Ave, Vancouver

4743 Belmont Avenue Vancouver

4743 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver. (Google Maps)

Type: Single Family Residence 

Total value: $40,913,000

Last year’s value: $33,839,000

Built: 1992

3. James Island

James Island, BC (Shutterstock)

Type: Acreage 

Total value: $54,716,000

Previous year’s value: $57,980,000

Built: 2008

2. 4707 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver

4707 Belmont Avenue Vancouver

4707 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver. (Google Maps)

Type: Single Family Residence

Total value: $64,600,000

Previous year’s value: $60,362,000

Built: 2007

1. 3085 Point Grey Road, Vancouver

These are BC's top 10 most expensive homes (PHOTOS)

The mansion owned by Chip Wilson in Point Grey, Vancouver/ (Google Maps)

Type: Single Family Residence

Total value: $73,147,000

Last year’s value: $66,828,000

Built: 2008

Well, there ya have it. I guess we should be happy we can’t afford these pricy properties…I mean, just think of those property tax bills…

Amanda WawrykAmanda Wawryk

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