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931 Ocean Park
Bowen Island

Asking: $8,500,000 New

Perched above the rugged coastline of the Salish Sea, this world class home designed by award-winning Burgers Architecture stands as a testament to contemporary elegance harmonizing with the untamed beauty of nature. Spanning 4900 square feet on 1.56 acres, the residence seamlessly blends clean lines and durable materials, evoking the simplicity of coastal fisherman huts while embracing modern luxury.

Upon arrival, one is greeted by a steel outer skin with a galvalume coating, punctuated with warm cedar siding. Inside, the interior unfolds with grace and sophistication, boasting a gabled ceiling crafted from milled hemlock with a juxtaposition of charcoal polished  concrete floors heated by geothermal energy against matte white walls.

The heart of the home lies in its main living area with a cornered wall of floor-to-ceiling glazing and expansive views over Georgia Strait from Vancouver Island to the city of Vancouver. Serenity prevails on the interior with a restrained design. The contemporary kitchen is a place where culinary mastery meets panoramic views. Flowing effortlessly to a covered patio, outdoor entertaining can be enjoyed amidst a backdrop of moss covered rocks, wildlife and sunsets. 

The primary bedroom serves as a sanctuary, offering private meadow views overlooking the vast expanse of the ocean. Art gallery hallways lead to additional bedrooms and an office, each thoughtfully designed to inspire and captivate. A separate 1,000 square foot accessory building hosting two ensuited bedrooms and a kitchen serve as a perfect place for larger families or guests and extended family. 

This is the epitome of West Coast luxury living where architectural integrity combined with natural beauty converge to create a lifestyle unlike any other.

  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 6
  • Total Area: 4950
  • Age: 15
  • Heating: Geothermal
  • Fireplace: Gas
  • Parking: 8
  • Taxes: $19191.77 / 2023
  • Lot Size: 1.56

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