This stately 10,595 square foot Tudor mansion on Vancouver’s largest estate property has been painstakingly restored and brilliantly incorporates the homes majestic elegance with modern sophistication. Two years ago, this Vancouver’s historic estate sold for $9.5 million, and now the current asking price is a whopping $38 million – making it Vancouver’s highest-priced home. The substantial increase of $28.5 million has been partially attributed to the extensive renovations to the estate, which were completed this year.
Truly beyond comparison, The Gables Estate was painstakingly reimagined with a wonderful blend of history and unrivalled modern design, creating the ultimate statement in lifestyle and sophistication. It sits on an impressive 4.25-acre estate lot and includes features such as towering mature trees, panoramic views that stretch to the Gulf Islands, stone pathways, a private lake with viewing dock, fire pit, an exclusive golf practice & training facility, and substantial 65′ infinity edge swimming pool. As for the inside, several parts of the home have retained the original architectural detail, including the oak panelled formal entrance, dining hall with fireplace, and large formal living room, however some areas of the home have gone completely modern with a glass-encased open riser staircase, walls of glass that fold away, and a kitchen with a very European modern feel. The lower level hosts an array of amenities including a gym, a home theatre, and a wine cellar with tasting room.
The Gables was built c.1929 for the President of B.C. Electric, W.G. Murrin, and has had only three owners in the past 87 years. You can be the fourth, if you have $38 million. It’s listed with Greg Carros.