5324 MARINE DRIVE
5324 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, V7W 2P8
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Type of Dwelling
Total Square Footage
Style of Home
2 Storey w/Bsmt.
Number of Levels
Strata Maintenance Fee
Title to Land
Presenting this 5,008 sqft property known as Kew House on a 1.67 acre (72,745 sqft) panoramic water-view lot, built in 1937, which was originally the dwelling of A.J. Taylor, president of British Pacific Properties. Mr Taylor was responsible for the Lions Gate Bridge construction and development of the British Properties. This beautifully maintained property boasts wonderful millwork, beamed ceilings, cove and base mouldings, antique light fixtures and chandeliers, Spanish tile, herringbone hardwood flooring. Total privacy from the main road, accessed by a long sweeping driveway, surrounded by tall mature trees and foliage opening out to the house with panoramic water views from the terrace, patios and west facing windows.
Golf Course Nearby,Marina Nearby,Private Setting,Private Yard,Treed,Waterfront Property
Panoramic water views
Listing Courtesy of
Engel & Volkers Vancouver
Listing information last updated: Thu Mar 19 2020 12:27:21 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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