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The Pender Harbour House

By • Mar 30, 2013

The Pender Harbour House is located in Pender Harbour, British Columbia, Canada.

Perched on a rocky lakeside and surrounded by a lush forest, the home has stunning views over the harbour and a vibrant interior.

It’s for sale for $20,000,000.

Buy it now!

The Pender Harbour House:

“An exclusive opportunity to own BC’s finest and most dramatic coastal property. This gated oasis spans over 21 acres with 1,000 feet of natural shoreline and offers total privacy and seclusion. The masterful architecture and luxury building materials make this a world-class living experience. Exposed architectural reinforced concrete walls are combined with Pennsylvania Blue Stone floors and Douglas Fir beams inside to create a delicate warmth to host an over 6,600 sq.ft main residence with 6 fully en-suited bedrooms. Each bedroom enjoys total privacy, 180-degree breathtaking views and its own access outdoors. The grounds also host a 630 sq.ft boat house guest suite and a 1,240 sq.ft. self contained caretaker’s residence. Each of these spaces were mindfully designed to embrace the natural beauty surrounding this extraordinary property.

The open plan kitchen, living and dining room extend outside thru bi-fold doors to meld the indoor/outdoor ambience with a heated patio, fire pit and in ground hot tub at water’s edge. The exterior finish includes a mix of zinc and planted green roof with harvested cedar siding and stone veneer walls, carefully considered to blend with the West Coast environment and its spectacular elements. A sensational home with top of the line technical details: Crestron Smart Home, Geothermal heating and cooling and private water supply mark today’s standards. This is an architecturally significant and spectacularly engineered masterpiece for the most active buyer. Residents enjoy this private oceanfront, a dock, boardwalk, sport court, a helipad and over 1 mile of manicured hiking and walking trails. A World Class waterfront retreat.”

Photos courtesy of Jamie MacDougall

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