1056 GROVELAND ROAD, WEST VANCOUVER, BC V7S 1Z4
Courtesy Of: Sotheby’s Int’l Realty Canada“Eppich House 2”. The residence Arthur Erickson called his “Most Complete Work”. A stunning iconic Canadian masterpiece offered for the first time! Internationally acclaimed Arthur Erickson designed this one-of-a-kind steel and glass home which was custom built by the owners with every detail created to perfection. An absolutely breathtaking property which has been the featured around the globe in magazines and film transcends from a visual and natural experience that is tranquil and refined in every way. This totally private 1.18 acre sun drenched oasis with a flowing creek and approx. 6000sq/ft of living space includes gorgeous carriage house and is simply irreplaceable. The details are extraordinary including all furnishings designed by Erickson and his Team. A Canadian Landmark!
Living Area: 5,887 sq ft
Outdoor Area: Patio(s) & Deck(s)
Year Built: 1988
Area: West Vancouver
Neighbourhood: British Properties
Features: ClthWsh/Dryr/Frdg/Stve/DW, Security System, Swimming Pool Equip., Wet Bar
Amenities: Pool; Outdoor, Swirlpool/Hot Tub, Workshop Attached
Contact Agnieszka Stryjecka to schedule a private showing or receive more detailed information on this magnificent, high in demand lifestyle listing.
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