The Ten Most Expensive Homes in Vancouver

By
Amy Leong

November 19, 2020

Ever wonder what the most expensive homes in Vancouver cost? In this article, we showcase the top 10 addresses in the city.

Some of the finest properties in Canada exist right here in Vancouver. It's by far one of the hottest real estate spots in the world for luxury homes. The affluent class flock to the city to invest and climb the premium property ladder. If you’re one of those people or just browsing around to see what your options are, here are the most expensive homes in Vancouver.


#1 3085 Point Grey Road, Vancouver $73.12 million

This massive property was only built in 2008. It has 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, and a floor space of 15,694 square feet. The land size itself is estimated at 30,6000 square feet. From a bird's eye view, you'll see a swimming pool and it's very own tennis court.


#2 4707 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver (Point Grey) $38.457 million

Built in 2007, this property has 17 bathrooms and 10 bedrooms. With a floor space of nearly 29,000 square feet, and a land size of nearly 75,000 square feet, it's of little wonder the price is almost $40 million.


#3 388 The Crescent, Vancouver (Shaughnessy) $34.788 million 

This quiet country home is huge. With over 13,000 square feet, it has plenty of space for it's 9 bathrooms and 8 bedrooms. It was built over 100 years ago, the same year the Titanic sank, in 1912. The land size however, is a staggering 90,000 square feet.


#4 4719 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver (Point Grey) $30.627 million

Belmont is surely an envious neighbourhood and lucrative street. It has a floor area of 18,114 square feet. However, it is a staggered property with the tallest part of the home, being towards the back. As you would expect, it has a swimming pool and tennis court.


#5 4743 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver (Point Grey) $28.77 million

This property is just like the other, incredibly suave, swanky and massive. With a land size of 56,000 square feet, you might get lost the first week you move in. with 9 bathrooms and 4 bedrooms, there’s plenty of space for the family.


#6 7110 BLENHEIM Street in Vancouver: $19,888,000

With 7 bathrooms and 4 bedrooms, this property is huge, with plenty of space for a family and guests. It was inspired by a winery in the Napa Valley and the design is certainly a good homage to that end. A long swimming pool in the back and 7,715 sq. ft. to play with, you won’t get bored anytime soon.


#7 3197 POINT GREY Road in Vancouver: $14,800,000

This waterfront property is worth the price for it's view alone. With 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, this property is meant for those that want to raise a family by the water or perhaps, retire and have guests over to entertain and enjoy life. Equally, it can double as a holiday villa for when you want some peace and quiet.

 

#8 PH3 777 RICHARDS Street in Vancouver $12,800,000

Although it may be a condo, it's a condo with a view. Another great waterfront property, but this one is styled in the most luxurious decor and materials you can find. It has 3,899 sq. ft., with 5 bathrooms and 3 bedrooms. This is a great office residence for anyone who works in the business district in the city.


#9 5324 MARINE Drive in West Vancouver: $10,900,000

Talk about traditional style, this home has spade fulls of earth tone classic style and plenty of privacy. This is a home that you can be proud of. It has 4 bedrooms as well as 4 bathrooms. It was built in 1937, so it has a lot of history to it. The floor area total out to just over 5,000 square feet. 


#10 3701 1495 RICHARDS Street $6,998,000

This high-rise property has to be seen to be believed. Just 16 years young, it has 2,528 square feet of floor area to its name. The unique vantage point you have, give your views into the city, and out towards the water. To compliment this special location, you have 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. This penthouse is as you would expect a top property in Vancouver to look, truly modern and spacious.

See anything you like? This is a small taste of the best properties in Vancouver but these are quite evidently, the best money can buy. It's not always about square feet of space, because location and interior come into your decision-making as well. That’s if you have the cash to splash of course.