Luxurious Waterfront House in Vancouver
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Luxurious Waterfront House in Vancouver

We just managed to spot an elegant waterfront house that got our eyes, in Altamont, West Vancouver. An example for what “lavish” mean to those who are loaded, the building emphasizes and enhance the laid-back classiness of the Vancouver sea-side paradise. With 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, the house was recently renovated with sumptuous features including a covered veranda for a bbq party, an outstanding billiard room, an extraordinary custom designed centre bar with a refrigerated wine wall and amazing furnishings. However we feel that the most amazing feature is its location that allows you to gaze over Vancouver’s never-ending skyline. On sale for almost $11 million at Soprovich!


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8 comments

  • James T. Wieland September 5, 2009 at 20:29 PM Login to Reply →

    I’ve bee in the “interior designing” business for over 40 years, and in my experience, and personal opinion, the “designer” on this project really “screwed up” The design of the home does not warrant the ungainly tradional furnishings he/she prescribed. They obviously do not have enough experience to use warm, but contemporary furnishings. I feel sorry for the owners.

  • Greg C September 6, 2009 at 00:52 AM Login to Reply →

    James, I was thinking the very same thing.

  • Kate September 7, 2009 at 06:14 AM Login to Reply →

    I don’t have any design experience, but I thought the whole thing looked dated and tacky. Vancouver really has so much more to offer than THAT!

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  • HowardG September 8, 2009 at 14:02 PM Login to Reply →

    Well James T as protagonist and others… you’ve obviously wasted the better parts of the 40 years being presumptuous, pretentious (the “T” what does that represent – Tired?), judgemental, patronising and overwhelmingly ignorant of the owners’ lives, cultural diversity and choices or motivations.

    Tacky? Wha…!

    Humanity has really so MUCH MORE to give that THAT!

  • anna September 13, 2009 at 09:06 AM Login to Reply →

    Ugly as hell!
    So much fabric, so much kitsch
    the dining table ruins your appetite.
    I’d stick by the pool and never go in…

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