Raab + Porter’s Pick of the month: Chip Wilson’s $54 million Vancouver Home
Raab + Porter's Pick of the Month: The House that Lululemon Built- Chip Wilson’s $54 million Vancouver Home
After nearly 5 years of construction, Chip Wilson, former CEO of Lululemon, has finally completed his home in Vancouver’s waterfront Kitsilano neighborhood. While still unfinished, the house on Point Grey Road was ranked as B.C.’s second most expensive residence. Now that it is completed, it’s appraised value tops $54 million, officially making it B.C.’s most expensive single-family home. The neighborhood, also know as the Golden Mile, also boasts the third, fourth, sixth and seventh highest valued properties in B.C.
The home’s two stories include seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms stretching over three waterfront lots and nearly 31,000 square feet. Indoor and outdoor infinity pools carry the eye out across the water to the North Shore mountains in the distance. The unfussy architecture is well-suited to the Pacific Northwest, matching the coastal region’s austere grey and blue-green palette with limestone and black painted steel.
Impeccable design in arguably the best real estate in Vancouver. The ultimate home crush.