Going home by sea, air, land: North Vancouver crib with float plane moorage sells for $7.2 million

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      Getting home to this North Vancouver property is hardly a problem.

      One can drive, and get to 326 Sea Shell Lane without a hitch.

      One can go by boat. There’s moorage for three large boats.

      Or one can just fly in.

      The waterfront home is capable of mooring a float plane.

      Built in 1997, the five-bed, five-bath home was listed on the market, and sold after 28 days on July 9.

      “It’s a rare opportunity to be able to go explore the west coast water at any time, right in front of your door,” the listing read.

      Based on market tracking by fisherly.com, the property sold for $7.2 million.

      The purchase price was $780,000 less than its June 11, 2020 listing price of $7,980,000.

      An earlier listing on June 8 this year marked the price at $8,900,000, and was later terminated. 

      To be kind to the environment, one can also bike home here.