Vancouver mansion sells for $6.1 million; 113 other homes bought in city over two weeks

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      A total of 114 homes were sold in Vancouver from June 6 to June 21.

      That’s according to, a website developed by Varinder Kainth of Pixilink Solutions, which tracks real estate transactions.

      The number works out to seven to eight residential property transactions daily for 15 days.

      The most expensive deal was that of 6988 Hudson Street.

      The South Granville area mansion sold for $6.1 million.

      Listed by Sutton Group-West Coast Realty, a buyer snapped up the property, which had been on the market for 55 days.

      “World class luxury mansion in prestigious South Granville, situated on a huge 66 x 218 (14,388) SF lot w/8100 sf living space offering 7 bedrooms & 11 baths,” reads the description of the property.

      “Gated driveway leads into this stunning residence with elaborately designed interior space, faux painted ceilings and walls, and bird's eye maple cabinetry throughout,” it continues.

      Here’s more: “Features grand entry foyer with double-height ceilings, gourmet kitchen w/wok kit, and expansive master suite.”

      “Amenities incl huge I/D swimming pool extension to the house w/skylight, steam, sauna, home theatre, rec room, wet bar, A/C,” the description goes. “Spacious patio and park-like garden w.mature landscaping, ideal O/D spaces for entertaining. Central location close to top private & public schools.”

      Of the 114 deals over two weeks, the sale of a one-bedroom suite in the West End had the lowest price.

      Listed by RE/MAX Crest Realty, 203-1565 Burnaby Street sold for $263,000 after 53 days on the market.

      The suite is part of the three-level Seacrest Apartments Limited.

      “Unbeatable Value in this charming, bright, great layout, Studio co-op suite!,” reads the property description.

      According to the account: “This is a well-maintained, heritage character building in the desirable West End location, steps to English Bay, the Seawall, shopping, dining, and entertainment.”

      Moreover, “Amenities offer a workshop room and free-shared laundry. One storage locker, no parking but street permit parking available.”

      Based on tracking by, the average price of the 114 homes sold in Vancouver from June 6 to June 21 was $1,294,058.

      Surrey followed Vancouver with the most number of homes sold in the cities covered by the site, with 82 deals.

      North Vancouver came in third with 43 transactions.