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Sold (Bought): Contemporary Sechelt home offers waterfront living, sustainable design – Vancouver Sun


Architect Ben Barrington explains that Pennsylvania blue stone was incorporated into the walls to capture the heat in the day and release it at night while the polished concrete floors contain in-slab heating.

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Nicola Way Panoramic south-facing ocean vistas. Photo by Courtney Munson /PNG

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Weekly roundup of three properties that recently sold in Metro Vancouver.

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6547 Sunshine Coast Hwy, Sechelt

Type: Three-bedroom, four-bathroom detached

Size: 3,200 square feet

B.C. Assessment: $1,628,000

Listed for: $2,995,000

Sold for: $2,895,000

Sold on: October 9

Days on market in this listing: 109

Listing agent: Craig Moore at ReMax Oceanview Realty and Sean Whittall at ReMax Masters Realty

Buyers agent: Leslee Cooper at ReMax Crest Realty

This Sechelt residence was listed for $2,995,000 and sold for $2,895,000. PNG

The big sell: This 3,200-square-foot waterfront home was built on a third-acre lot just outside Sechelt blending West Coast elements with contemporary style and energy efficiency. Architect Ben Barrington explains that Pennsylvania blue stone was incorporated into the walls to capture the heat in the day and release it at night while the polished concrete floors contain in-slab heating. The flat roof is designed as a green roof to further add to the sustainable performance of this two-storey house. Noteworthy attributes include accordion doors that open to extend the living space onto a covered patio as well as framing panoramic south-facing ocean vistas, an AGA stove, a wood-burning fireplace, exposed-beam ceilings, a two-car garage, and an elevator that travels between the ground floor and the upstairs living space.

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This two-bedroom Yaletown apartment was listed for $1,299,000 and sold for $1,285,000 after just one day on the market. Photo by Phillip Crocker /PNG

2401 – 1055 Homer St., Vancouver

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Source: https://vancouversun.com/homes/buying-selling/sold-bought-this-contemporary-sechelt-home-offers-waterfront-living-sustainable-design

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