Vancouver real estate: half-duplex on Kitsilano’s Golden Mile sold for $9 million

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      Duplexes are supposed to be more affordable than the typical single-detached home.

      However, not all attached homes are equal, as one can see with this half-duplex in the Kitsilano neighbourhood of Vancouver.

      The three-storey home is located on the so-called Golden Mile, home to the city’s most luxurious and expensive houses.

      The 2625 Point Grey Road property sold for $9 million.

      The three-bedroom, three-bath residence has a 2021 assessed value of $6,793,000.

      The sale was tracked by real-estate sites and Redfin.

      The waterfront property came on the market on October 6, 2020 with a price of $9,735,000.

      A buyer picked up the 3,433-square-foot home built in 1987 on March 24 this year for a reduced price of $9 million.

      The seller’s listing agency, Oakwyn Realty Ltd., highlighted the luxury features of the modern home, which includes “soaring ceilings & more than 20 skylights flooding the living space with beautiful natural light”.

      It has a “sunken family room opening to a grassy beachside oasis”, and a “floating loft ocean view office”.

      A “giant roof deck overlooking the ocean” contributes to the home’s “Wow factor”.

      The Kitsilano property was last sold on October 26, 2004 for $2.5 million. 

      Here's a peek on what a $9 million house looks like inside: