Photos: Vancouver Golden Mile property sold $13.5 million relists $17.8 million with “permits for world class home”


After bouncing on and off the market, a property on Vancouver’s so-called Golden Mile finally sold about two years ago.

Per B.C. Assessment, 2711 Point Grey Road changed hands on June 30, 2020 for $13,500,008.

Less than a couple of years later, the property is again at play.

The Vancouver real estate returned to the market on May 24, 2022.

This time, as the listing states, the offer includes “plans & permits for a world class home”.

“Evoke Architecture has designed an amazing 4400sf home, sitting on this waterfront 7,229sf lot, w/ sweeping 180 degree views of the North Shore Mountains & English Bay,” the Stilhavn Real Estate Services listing reads.

The new home will replace the custom-built residence that was constructed back in 1994.

The seller is asking $17.8 million for the same property, but with a permit on hand to start a new home.

Think of it as a favour, actually.

“This 2 year design and permitting process will save any prospective buyer not only time, but a considerable amount of money (Arch, Consultants, Demo, Cons Planning, Financing and City Fees),” the listing states.

Moreover, “Natural Balance Home Builders is ready start the process in a matter of weeks, while still allowing any buyer to make cosmetic changes to suit their own tastes.”

The plan features a “a 4 car garage w/ car elevator & turntable, rooftop deck w/ hot tub, 28’ POOL, views from all 3 floors, 4 bedrooms, office, & den”.

Based on tracking by real-estate site Zealty.ca, the Vancouver real estate listed six times since 2016 with prices of up $16.8 million before the 2020 sale.

Point Grey Road is where many of the most expensive homes are found, hence the tag of Golden Mile.

Here’s how the new home planned for 2711 Point Grey Road will look like based on renderings.

 

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