Vancouver’s WilMar Estate – Marine Drive South West

Not Since the Roaring Twenties

Built in the mid 1920’s the WilMar estate has come to Vancouver’s real estate market for the first time in 86 years. Neighbour to the iconic Casa Mia, the availability of this treasured property represents an incredible opportunity to acquire a trophy parcel of Vancouver’s best of the best locations.

Heritage

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This notable family home is designated as Heritage B. Nearly 100% of the interior is in original condition. The exterior facade is a combination of brick and British Columbia’s first growth timber. At almost 9,000 square feet in size, amongst other rooms are two dining rooms, office, parlor, reading room, grand room, five bedrooms, a finished attic, kitchen and servant’s quarters. Many rooms have fireplaces, with oak hardwood floors featuring walnut trim though out the home that are in prime condition. It is untouched and unchanged from it’s days of mid 1920’s grandeur.

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Views

This exceptional Tudor Style home is situated on almost 2 acres above the South West Marine Drive escarpment. High above the Fraser River this 84,831.7 square foot lot carries incredible view potential. Vistas of the Fraser Delta, Vancouver International airport, the Richmond flatlands, Marine Drive Golf course out and beyond to the Gulf Islands and further to Vancouver Island.

Priced at land value, the estate of this exclusive property will consider offers to purchase at $8,500,000.

About Larry Yatkowsky

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*Disclaimer: Statistics Courtesy REBGV. While believed to be accurate they are not guaranteed.
**Numbers provided may vary as they are dynamically posted by the REBGV.

Reader Comments:

Hazu Chan Says:
December 3rd, 2011 at 6:22 pm

What a beaut!! I’m drooling…

December 3rd, 2011 at 6:33 pm

@hazu
it was a personal thrill to see and experience hands on so much really unique furniture, lamps, books, paintings etc.. A time capsule if you will.

Simple things make for particular highlights. Found in one of the closets were copies of the Vancouver Sun from 1952 and 1953 used as shelf liners.

The front page headline on one of them – ‘Eva Peron Dies’. It had a beautiful picture of her and of course the write up. Fantastic stuff!

It’s one of the truly exciting benefits of working with estates.

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