Photos: “sophisticated” Vancouver home sold $2.5 million below asking price after 191 days on market

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      A “sophisticated” residence in the classy Shaughnessy quarter of Vancouver finally sold after spending 191 days on the market.

      However, the seller of 4237 Angus Drive didn’t get the desired price for what the listing described as a “manifestation of elegance”.

      The Vancouver real estate was listed on August 11, 2021 for $10,880,000.

      There were no takers.

      On January 4, 2022, the asking price was reduced to $9,880,000.

      More than a month later, the property sold for $8.3 million.

      The February 18 sale was reported on March 10.

      The sold price was $2,580,000 below what the owner originally wanted.

      The listing described the “sophisticated Shaughnessy Estate” as a product of “impeccable craftsmanship with a refined blend of traditional yet contemporary design elements”.

      The six-bedroom and eight-bath dwelling is a “polished architectural design by architect Loy Leyland and interior design by Formwerks Architectural”.

      “Intricate profiling on custom mouldings, and woodwork with attention to detail to tile, stone, and marble trims,” the listing boasted.

      Moreover, “Exceptional kitchen and bar spaces, theatre room featuring elaborate carved paneling. Serene private garden with extensive deck space.”

      The 5,916-square-foot house was built in 2017, and it sits on a lot with a 70.5-foot frontage.

      The Vancouver real estate has a 2022 assessment is $7,340,000.

      Here are some photos from the Royal Pacific Realty Corp. listing of 4237 Angus Drive.

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