One of Canada's most expensive homes is a $58 million condo
One of the most expensive homes in Canada was listed at $58 million, and get this: it's a condo.
277 Thurlow Street is nestled in the Coal Harbour section of Vancouver and across the street from the famous Olympic cauldron from the 2010 games. It's five minutes from Stanley Park, Gastown and a block from the famous Burrard Street.
So what kind of house, erm... sorry condo, do you get for nearly $60 mil? Well it's the penthouse, obviously, and has incredible 360 unobstructed panoramic views of the ocean.
It's got almost 8k square feet of living space, four bedrooms and five bathrooms with soaring 20 foot ceilings.
The interiors were designed by the award-winning firm House of Bohn whose clients include restaurants Anh+Chi and Virtuous Pie both in Vancouver.
And to top it all off, the home also includes a seven car private garage, so you can wash your Maserati in peace. The building is one of few in the city that offers residents multi-car parking. Very luxurious.
The condo was built in 2012 and has 32 stories and only 81 units, so you know you're only amongst the best of the best. And for $58 million I would officially consider you the best.