It comes with a six-car garage, elevator, indoor pool and a three-level garden. And it will only set you back $63 million.
That is, as long as nobody else puts in a higher bid.
Rosalie and Joe Segal's Point Grey 22,000-square-foot mansion at 4743 Belmont Street is on the market.
What's perhaps the most surprising thing about this house is that there are more than twice as many bathrooms as bedrooms—a dozen loos and only five sleeping chambers.
Of course, if you're entertaining up to 100 guests, perhaps this makes sense.
The Segals have made a lot of money and given away a lot of money in Vancouver.
Their gifts include $12 million to the UBC and VGH Hospital Foundation to create a 100-room mental-health centre.
The Segals also donated the building for SFU's Segal Graduate School of Business in downtown Vancouver. Once upon a time, it was the Bank of Montreal's headquarters in Vancouver.