Worth taking a look at is this two-storey, top-floor penthouse in Vancouver's West End, which was the Lower Mainland's highest-priced new attached listing of last week (May 28-June 3).
On the market for $11.5 million (even more than the huge island estate Oprah Winfrey just bought), it has more than 4,600 square feet of living space, double-height ceilings and an amazing, sculptural wooden staircase. There are three bedrooms, four bathrooms and several flex spaces, in addition to expansive living, dining and kitchen areas.
Offering 360-degree views of the city, ocean and mountains are slanted glass window walls, as well as four large circular terraces off the main floor, one at each corner, plus four corner balconies off the upper floor.
The building’s architectural style is typical of its 1988 construction, but the penthouse was fully renovated in 2015 by local interior design company Fruition Design Inc. to include Morado Bolivian Rosewood hardwood flooring throughout, and high-end finishings, fixtures and appliances.
In addition to that $11.5 million price tag, there’s a monthly strata fee of $2,369.57 and the 2017 property taxes totalled $13,545.17.
Check out some photos of this one-of-a-kind listing, below.