This landmark architectural home in Canada is now for sale for $10 million
Many homes in West Vancouver are stunning but this one is truly a masterpiece.
Internationally acclaimed architect Arthur Erikson designed this one-of-a-kind glass and steel home with steel magnate Hugo Eppich.
The home, dubbed Eppich House II, has about 6,000 square-feet of living space and is surrounded by 1.18 acres of nature.
The large windows allow for you to truly appreciate the surrounding land as well as fill the home with some much natural light you'll forget you're actually indoors.
Erickson had a hand in all the details, including much of the furnishing making it his "most complete work".
The house was built in 1979 pulling from the extreme modernist style of that time period in Vancouver.
It is almost more like a museum than a home.
The home looks like a waterfall cascading down the property with it's curved steel beams.
Despite being built of predominantly steel and glass the house doesn't feel cold or barren.
With four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a carriage house, pool and hot tub this is one "Eppich" home.
Someone who appreciates a fine iconic piece of architecture.
You're not much of an architect buff. This house cost this much for it's artistic and historical prestige. If you won't appreciate it, you can find more reasonably priced four bedroom homes.
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