This English Country Manor inspired mansion is located at 1393 Port Mellon Highway in Gibsons, British Columbia, Canada. It is situated on 53 private acres and was designed by Stuart Howard to model a late 18th Century Manor. It was built over a 6 year period and was completed in 2005. It boasts 22,316 square feet of living space with grand double staircase, 12 en-suite bedrooms, 22-seat formal dining room with double height ceilings, formal living room, gourmet kitchen, library, billiards room, gym, wine cellar, double height chapel, home theater, indoor swimming pool with hot tub and more. The grounds feature a 1 acre pond, rose and perennial gardens with fountain and endless fields. It is listed at $10,180,000.

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  • Last Man Standing

    I wanted to like it from the front and rear exterior, but I couldn’t. It looks like a private asylum. I can almost see the medical staff and the patients in each room and walking the grounds.
    And, why would you put a dock on a sewage lagoon? Those are supposed to be fenced off.




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    • Ron

      Now that I’ve read your comments, I can’t get those images and thoughts out of my head. 🙂




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    • mak

      I concur. With the huge overgrown shrub in the front, it looks like an abandoned private asylum. Also the church thing creeps me the hell out.




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  • Ron

    Once again proves that lots of money does not equal taste.




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  • Chris

    I actually like this home a lot. I looooooove that staircase. I would own this home.




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  • Daniel

    Goodness. Someone likes checkerboard flooring. The kitchen looks like it was modeled after an attorney’s desk. Very, very cold home inside and out.




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  • BJ

    The finish quality certainly doesn’t scream $10M to me. The kitchen is a common finish for a $1M-$2M home. I suppose the 53 acres are desirable in this area, but as Canada goes, this seems overpriced by $2-3M.

    This is the first home I have seen with a chapel.

    And the other posters have my sentiments exactly, this place would be freezing in winter even if it had heated floors with the cold, minimal interior. So many wasted opportunities here but still a price as if the interior were a “10.”

    Funny, I’ve always thought Canadians as warm, sensible people.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Ugh, it’s not a chapel. See my comment below.




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  • george

    When I first looked at the pictures, I thought they were using black and white film, not color.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Okay…first of all, calling that room a “chapel” is like putting a lap-top computer on a side table in a room and calling it the “theater”. A cross on a table and a bunch of pew-like seats that aren’t even attached to the floor does not make it a chapel, sorry.

    Secondly, this place is so cold and lifeless I started shivering, and it’s 85 fucking degrees and humid where I am. This is just awful. The indoor pool is the only place I’d care to spend time, and even that’s stretching it. Every time we see a Canadian property on this site, I really and truly want to like it, but they’re always so damn awkward!




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  • rob

    I like it. I think the setting is gorgeous and the stonework is well done. The rooms look too big and weirdly proportioned. This would be a place to ramble around in.




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  • richvanc

    O-M-G !!! I’m a Canadian and I am ASHAMED. Cold, creepy, and crazy.
    I HATE double-bridal staircases ( i know, i’ve said it before*) and I’m sorry to see a chapel in a home. What were the designers thinking???




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