Location: 2888 Panorama Road, North Vancouver, BC, Canada

Square Footage: 12,922

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 9 bathrooms

Price: $7,990,000

This amazing waterfront mansion is located at 2888 Panorama Road in North Vancouver, BC, Canada. It was built in 2004 and features 270 degrees of ocean and coastline views from most rooms. It features approximately 13,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, vaulted ceilings and timber beams throughout, stone fireplaces, foyer with unique double staircase, 2-story living room, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room opening up to patio, family room, game room, billiards room with wet bar, circular gym, wine cellar with tasting room, home theater, indoor basketball court, garage, covered patios, BBQ area, gardens, outdoor fireplace and more.

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  • Daniel

    Very weird, confusing home. Like I honestly can’t tell what I’m looking at in half the photos. And I really, really don’t like all that wood throughout.




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  • Grrrowler

    This is the far outskirts of North Vancouver, and that’s reflected in the price. I won’t say the neighborhood isn’t beautiful, because it is, but or $8 million in a really desirable part of Vancouver you don’t get 13,000 square feet and a view.

    The house itself: I don’t like it. The roofline in the front is just plain bad, and the oversized dormers on the back destroy any hope of pleasing proportions. The interior is no better. Forgetting the terrible furniture, the details alternate between formal and homemade-looking. The color of the wood throughout is terrible, and then it’s combined with boring off-white carpet, ugly faux-finishing on the walls, cheap-looking tongue-in-groove…anyway, I don’t like it.




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  • mac22

    Strange to have so many circular elements in a home where the design/layout doesnt warrant it. It seems to be fighting with the very angular rooflines, gables and vaulted ceilings. You only end up with very awkward spaces, like circular bedrooms, family rooms and circular basketball courts? Strange hybrid of a ski lodge/chalet/contempoary/tudor/rustic motel.




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  • mac22

    Strange to have so many circular elements in a home where the design/layout doesnt warrant it. It seems to be fighting with the very angular rooflines, gables and vaulted ceilings. You only end up with very awkward spaces, like circular bedrooms, family rooms and circular basketball courts? Strange hybrid of a ski lodge/chalet/contempoary/tudor/rustic motel.




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  • Joseph

    I personally like it, although this house honestly reminds me of so many mid-western suburban homes I’ve seen that have been built in the 1970s.




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  • Venom

    This house needs one of those giant fishtanks like the ones you see in Bass Pro Shops filled with large fish like trout and so on. A round basketball court makes no sense.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    I LOVE IT!!! I am glad to see some folks are thinking outside the box, I love the nautical aspects of the bedroom, and the exterior. I would include some aquariums, like only Tanks can do, plus some terrariums; also I would take out the basketball court and replace it with a planetarium. The inside is on the romantic adventurous side, and it sparkles full of life, one thing I love is a home that shows it is breathing. I love the coastal colors on the exterior and the coastal design. HO, HO, HO and a bottle of rum. Captain Morgan anyone?




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