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A famous architect, Arthur Erickson, designed a beautiful home in West Vancouver and now it's on the market for nearly $14 million. "The Eppich House" is a serious masterpiece and, according to the listing, it's been deemed "one of the most historically important examples of West Coast Modern architecture."

This Jaw-Dropping Home For Sale In West Vancouver Is Famous For Good Reason (PHOTOS) Jason Soprovich | Rennie & Associates Realty

The property is located on Palmerston Avenue and the four-level home is nearly 5,500 square feet in size. It also sits on a piece of land that features over an acre of space.

This Jaw-Dropping Home For Sale In West Vancouver Is Famous For Good Reason (PHOTOS) Jason Soprovich | Rennie & Associates Realty

There are five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a "cascading" outdoor living space, and an indoor/outdoor design that will make you feel like you're relaxing in a tropical spa.

This Jaw-Dropping Home For Sale In West Vancouver Is Famous For Good Reason (PHOTOS) Jason Soprovich | Rennie & Associates Realty

There's a beautiful reflecting pond right off the balcony and a very luxurious pool, as well.


This Jaw-Dropping Home For Sale In West Vancouver Is Famous For Good Reason (PHOTOS) Jason Soprovich | Rennie & Associates Realty

The kitchen is as chic as can be, the office is serious executive goals, and the entertainment room looks like the perfect place to watch a movie on a rainy day. If you know Vancouver, you know rainy days aren't uncommon.

The Eppich House in West Vancouver

This Jaw-Dropping Home For Sale In West Vancouver Is Famous For Good Reason (PHOTOS)

Jason Soprovich | Rennie & Associates Realty

Price: $13,998,000

Address: 1812 Palmerston Ave., West Vancouver, BC

Description: This mansion is famous and for good reason. The outside looks like a beautiful park and the inside looks like a high-end spa. Wake up to views of your own private pond and take a literal hike around your giant property.

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