Vancouver’s most expensive home is Chip Wilson’s Kitsilano mansion – once again.

The Lululemon founder’s pad at 3085 Point Grey Road has been assessed at $64.9 million.

At 15,694 square feet, the home sits on a waterfront lot on the exclusive “Golden Mile,” which houses many of the city’s most luxurious multi-million dollar homes. The two-storey house was custom built in 2008 with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

Wilson’s neighbour at 2815 Point Grey Road also ranked in the Top 5 for most expensive homes. Valued at $32.6 million, the property is owned by socialite and Jacqui Cohen, whose grandfather founded the Army & Navy retail empire.

Last modified: January 2, 2020

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