Chip Wilson's Point Grey mansion assessed at more than $75 million

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      Most people think of Chip Wilson as that guy who made billions selling yogawear with lululemon.

      It's more accurate nowadays to think of him as a Vancouver property magnate, starting with his house on Point Grey Road.

      It's been assessed at $75.4 million, according to figures released by B.C. Assessment.

      This makes it the most valuable residence in the province.

      Chip Wilson's waterfront home includes a swimming pool and a tennis court.
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      But that's not where Wilson's property holdings end.

      In May 2016, the Georgia Straight reported that his real-estate company, Low Tide Properties, was aiming for $1.5 billion in assets in 10 years.

      In 2014 and 2015, Wilson sold approximately $2 billion worth of lululemon shares.

      He's no longer on the board of the Vancouver-based corporation, whose Kitsilano head office is only 3.4 kilometres away from the Wilson estate.