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Greater Vancouver luxury listings with a view

Looking for luxury homes around Vancouver? There’s definitely no shortage of amazing homes for selective buyers, and plenty of them offer amazing ocean views. Here are a few examples of such homes, provided by the real estate listings portal Point2 Homes:

 Let’s start with the amazing home on 13822 Marine Drive, in White Rock. Listed for sale with an asking price of $18,888,000, the 14,000 square-foot home sits on a 72,000 square-foot lot that offers large water views. With features like elevator, indoor pool, massage room, spa, theatre and more, this home is clearly built with luxury in mind.

Another beautiful property with an ocean view is the 6-bedroom single-family home on 588 Lowry Lane, North Vancouver. It features 88’ of waterfront and a private dock, amazing views (naturally) and an ocean front swimming pool. With an asking price of $6.75M, the 6,124 square-foot home is clearly a staple of luxury living.

In Gleneagles, this 5-bedroom 9,000 square-foot gorgeous home on 6269 St Georges Crescent is listed for sale for $6,388,000. It enjoys truly breath-taking views of the ocean and features an indoor/outdoor pool, floor-to-ceiling windows (to properly enjoy those amazing views), a pool table, sauna and more.

In White Rock, on 14154 Marine Drive, you can find this 5-bedroom Ocean Bluff property. This spectacular home was designed by its current owner and features a media room, custom furniture, tile and marble throughout, kitchen granite slab from Italy and much more. With an area of 6,219 sqft, it is listed for sale for just a little under $6M.

Finally, let’s take a look at this gorgeous 3,298 square-foot home in Cove Cliff. With an asking price of a little under $4.5M, this waterfront home boasts an impressive dock, high-end finishings and, of course, large windows to enjoy the stunning view.

So what’s your favourite among these five luxury homes? Let us know in the comments section below.

Point2 provides real estate marketing and lead management software to brokers and agents. Point2’s solutions also include the real estate listings portal, Point2 Homes.

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