If you’re feeling masochistic and wish to torture yourself with Vancouver real estate prices, here’s a fun fact. The most expensive house in all of British Columbia is located right here in Kits.
According to B.C. Assessment Authority’s report released Jan. 2, 2015, Chip Wilson’s waterfront, single-family home on Point Grey Road is valued at $57.5 million. The home boasts a massive 30,600 square feet, has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, and both indoor and outdoor infinity-edge pools. It was built on three waterfront lots. Wilson hosted a live performance by the Red Hot Chili Peppers there.
A single-family home on Belmont Avenue in Point Grey with a value of $50 million is listed as the second most expensive home in Vancouver.
What do you think about Wilson’s home design? We want to know.
Last modified: January 5, 2015