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The Stylish Kelowna Residence Will Cost You $8.8 Million

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Kelowna residence

This stunning 17,000 square foot, four-level luxury residence was designed by Canadian architect David Tyrell with wonderful “Asian modern” elements. Built onto a massive cliffside lot in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, the property is part of a gated residential neighborhood called ‘Sheerwater’.

It is a truly unique home, and no one can deny its beauty. The lavish property and its interesting design has received the 2011 Tommie Gold Award for Home Of The Year, the 2011 Tommie Award for Excellence in Master Suite Design, and the 2013 Pinnacle Award for Luxury Pool Design. Impressive, right?

The Kelowna residence benefits from some of the most amazing views over Okanagan Lake, thanks to the brilliant interior arrangement. There’s an incredible 40-foot tall foyer, with brick & stucco walls, a glass railed staircase and even an outrigger canoe suspended right in the middle of the room (that’s not included, by the way). But the large circular glass skylight is definitely included, and so is that amazing reflecting pool on the upper terrace.

Kelowna residence

The fourth level of the house is definitely worth talking about. With an open concept space, which blends the living, dining and state of the art kitchen into a massive room lined with floor to ceiling glass walls, this property is to die for. And if that doesn’t get you day-dreaming, the beautiful patio and infinity-edge swimming pool will.

Tapered wood columns can be found inside and on the upper terrace, but there’s a nice surprise in the form of a two-storey garage, which you’ve probably noticed by now. Two large translucent glass doors on the first & second levels allow guests to be amazed by what hides inside, including the $70,000 car elevator. This one-of-a-kind home is not cheap, but is it worth $8.8-million? I’m sure it is!

Kelowna residence


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