This home in Canada has a river running through it
There are a lot of expensive mansions in Canada. Some are even nice or beautiful, but none can measure up to this home.
Winner of the Canadian Architect Award in 2003 and a Lieutenant-Governor’s Award in 2008, this 10,700 square foot residence is truly something unique.
Built in the heart of one of Canada's most endangered natural ecosystems, the Garry Oak savannah, this home sits on a concrete armature, keeping the structure clear of the critical tree root zones.
The floors straddle a canyon carrying a seawater river that's framed by etched glass exterior walls, blurring the boundaries between nature and shelter.
The home boasts six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and 67 acres of ocean front property.
The views from the home are breathtaking and are enhanced at each corner of the house with huge windows.
Other notable mentions of this property are the boat house, the pool and hot tub, the garage with hydraulic lifts and the tennis/ basketball court.
Watching the sunset. You do have an unobstructed view of the Pacific Ocean.
Your budget doesn't allow for such extravagance.
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