The former home of a lieutenant governor, this 12,216-square-foot mansion in Vancouver’s exclusive Shaughnessy neighbourhood is listed for $35 million.
According to the MLS listing, the home is actually two units that the current owner connected “for easy access,” so if you’re a millionaire looking for a tenant or two, the duplex could “easily be converted back to two independent units.” That’s two homes for the price of nine average Canadian homes!
So, what exactly does one get out of a two-storey, $35 million dollar heritage mansion? The highlights:
- Scope: Nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, three kitchens
- Features: Oak floors, stained glass windows, cured underground parking spaces
- Luxuries: Two wine cellars, oak panelled elevator and art deco parkade
All in all, $35 million doesn’t seem like a bad deal when you consider the infamous $38 million West Vancouver teardown that was on the market earlier this year