If you love indoor pools, big staircases and living next to the mountains, the priciest homes currently on the Vancouver market might have something to offer you.
Asking price: $39,980,000
The home: A modernist’s dream, this 12,413-square-foot home designed by Airey Group has plenty of room for you and your Koi fish, too. An aquarium, cognac cellar, elevator and lounge are just a few of the features 1233 Tecemseh Avenue has hidden inside, all encompassed by professionally landscaped gardens and views of the mountains.
Asking price: $35,880,000
The home: Walk straight from your backdoor and right onto the waterfront in this spacious, six-bedroom mansion on the affluent Golden Mile. With 6,857 square feet of interior space to run around in — including a private guest suite on the upper level — 3019 Point Grey Road boasts downtown and mountains views from the porch.
Asking price: $32,800,000
The home: Any mansion worth its salt has a fancy fountain in front of it. Upon entry, you’ll be greeted by a grand foyer with 21-foot-high ceilings, complete with a butterfly staircase and skylight. Look down from the office space through the curved windows and into the indoor pool room below, which is paired with an inground jacuzzi tub.
Asking price: $23,888,000
The home: Described as “not only a home, a piece of art” in the listing, this 15-year-old, six-bedroom residence was designed by renowned architect, Loy Leyland. The fully-fenced lot encases mature gardens, a circular driveway, and an indoor swimming pool plus hot tub.
Asking price: $23,800,000
The home: Have your Great Gatsby-Vancouver moment in this 10,318-square-foot estate. Located in Shaughnessy, this home is overloaded with Renaissance-style architecture, featuring columns, inlay tile flooring and coffered ceilings. A huge, swerving staircase beckons you from the front foyer upstairs to one of the seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.