In case you have +$20 million to spend, we've compiled a list of the five most expensive homes on the market right now. These mega homes come with mega price tags and are all actually very different in their own way. Would you rather a Tudor style home in Shaughnessy or a European inspired waterview mansion in West Vancouver? For those willing to pay the price, Vancouver really does have it all.Read More
Vancouver's Five Most Expensive Homes
#1 & #2 3838 Cypress Street
Size: 12,216 sf
The Skinny: This heritage "A" mansion is actually a duplex and the sale price includes both units. It has 9BR/13BA, three kitchens, two wine cellars, oak paneled elevator and art deco parkade. It was also a former home to Lt. Governor. Truly a unique property on the market and Vancouver's most expensive.
5633 Newton Wynd
Size: 14,000 sf
Area: Point Grey/UBC
The Skinny: This 6BR/14BA dream home is custom designed by award winning architect Loy Leyland. So rare in Vancouver is the massive 3/4 of an acre that this beauty sits on. This place comes with a private library, in law suite, nanny suite, bowling alley, basketball court (!) and indoor swimming pool. This is a mega home with mega amenities.
5050 Happy Valley Lane
Size: 13,000 sf
Area: West Vancouver
The Skinny: First of all, who wouldn't want to live on Happy Valley Lane? This European style mansion is located on a huge chunk of land, over 2.3 acres to be exact. It has 7BR/8BA and massive wrap around balconies to take in the view of the Pacific.
1416 Wesbrook Cres.
Size: 7,876 sf
Area: Point Grey/UBC
The Skinny: Design wise, this home isn't going to be winning any awards but you really can't deny the location and triple threat ocean/mountain/city view. It has 4BR/8BA and comes complete with an enviable outdoor pool area.
1790 West 38th Avenue
Size: 10,064 sf
The Skinny: This home, named The Mayfair, sits on over 24,000 sf of land and has a large botanical garden, putting green, outdoor pool, outdoor kitchen, and dining terrace (which would make you think the person who designed this home forgot it rains ten months out of the year in Vancouver.) This place combines classic architecture with modern finishes.