South Cambie, Vancouver 621 W 51ST AVENUE

About This Home

Stunning West Coast Contemporary design home on lovely quiet cul-de-sac in the South Cambie area! This exquisite 9002 sqft property is surrounded by well-manicured mature gardens & lots of natural greenery. Built in the 1960, designed by the renowned architect Ron Thom, this custom built home showcases over 16’ high vaulted ceiling in the living room, ceiling to floor windows to bring in lots of natural light, generous family room, massive solarium opening to the private backyard. The upper floor features 5 spacious bedrooms & an office open to the living room below, while the lower floor features a huge recreation room w/ wet bar, hobby room & 1 bedroom ensuite. This lovely home is centrally located, just mins from Oakridge shopping mall, skytrain station, Langara college & golf course.

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Royal Pacific Realty Corp.

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This Listing $645
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Gross Tax: $10,427.6
For Tax Year: 2020
Sales History
Sept. 22, 2008 $1,331,000
March 23, 2007 $600,667
Sept. 9, 2005 $204,000