$13,998,000
1812 PALMERSTON AVENUE, WEST VANCOUVER BC, V7V 2V4
R2599477

Courtesy Of: Rennie & Associates Realty – Jason SoprovichA rare opportunity to become the next custodian of Arthur Erickson’s famous concrete & glass masterpiece – The Eppich House. This iconic residence is deemed one of the most historically important examples of West Coast Modern architecture. 1.12-acre garden estate in Ambleside, with recent multi-million dollar renovation by Battersby Howat architects. Four levels of expansive indoor/outdoor living cascading down to a tranquil reflecting pond. From every window & balcony is a breathtaking view of mature gardens. State-of-the art kitchen is an entertainer’s dream, the house was conceived as the perfect family dwelling. Minutes to Lion’s Gate Bridge, Ambleside & Dundarave Village. Erikson’s Eppich House is simply one of West Vancouver’s most historically important & impressive estates.

Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5
Living Area: 5,446 sf
Lot Area: 48,787.40 sf
Outdoor Area: Balcny(s) Patio(s) Dck(s)
Year Built: 1972
Taxes: $23,687.23
Area: Vancouver West
Neighbourhood: Ambleside

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