3846 W 10th Avenue, Vancouver
The award winning BARBER HOUSE – A once-in-a-lifetime offering. Conceived by H & E Barber and famed Vancouver architect Ross Lort, this Art Moderne residence was built in 1936 of poured-in-place concrete. Reimagined in 1990 by current owner/architect Robert Lemon and renowned Canadian designer Robert Ledingham, this stunning architectural landmark embodies sophistication. Interiors satisfied by exotic Avodire woodwork, goatskin-clad doors, and 3 custom Lutz Haufschild cut glass windows. Featuring a modern-day chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances (Wolf & Sub-Zero), granite countertops and custom cabinetry throughout. Retire to the expansive rooftop terrace which paints postcard-worthy views of the Downtown Skyline and surrounding mountains. Point Grey’s toast to an era!
Taxes (2018): $5,813.93