A house of West Vancouver described as the "most complete work" of Arthur Erickson, the famous architect, is in the market for $ 16.8 million.
The great price and impressive features of this curved steel and glass house, finished in 1988 by the manufacturer Hugo Eppich and his wife Brigitte, had enough international interest that Daily Mail published a story at home on Sunday.
The article stirs on the home as a "three-level masterpiece" and a "steel and glass cascade." The house also has furniture and other items designed by Erickson and comes with a car house and, of course, a pool. He has been to the Eppich family since its completion.
The pool at 1056 Groveland Road, West Vancouver.
Erickson, a World War II veteran who died in 2009, had the trademark the ability to create designs that were adapted to the natural environment and the climate of construction. His notable achievements include Simon Fraser's campus at Burnaby and the Anthropology Museum at the UBC in Vancouver. But he also designed many beautiful homes, including some in West Vancouver.
What is interesting about this listing – particularly in the light of recent B.C. The assessment figures that show single-family homes in West Vancouver dropped an average of 12% between July 1, 2017 and July 1, 2018 – is their value evaluated.
According to B.C. The house's evaluation is 6,257 square feet, although the list of real estate indicates that it is 5,887 square feet, and it is in a 1,18-acre lot (the list can be seen here).
The evaluating authority, from July 1, 2018, valued the home to $ 5,258 million, which includes $ 4.14 million for land and $ 1,118 million for the home itself . This is a fall of 1.6 million dollars in value valued as of July 1, 2017, when it was considered by the Corona agency to value $ 6,861 million .
In the current housing market in the fall, where homes are advertised as a value below the value evaluated, this makes it an unusual listing, not only for the artistic house and surprisingly, but for the based dialing In the fame and the architectural observed value that is placed on Arthur Erickson.[ad_2]