MAGNIFICENT 1939 ESTATE RESIDENCE IN WEST VANCOUVER’S MOST EXCLSUSIVE BRITISH PROPERTIES ENCLAVE
This Magnificent 1939 Estate Residence was built by the British Pacific Properties at the time originally for the Guinness Family themselves.
Today this iconic residence sits majestically on this beautifully landscaped estate but is not in livable condition and will require extensive mold remediation and restoration.
Ideally situated and backing onto the famed Capilano Golf and Country Club this large .939 acre estate property today offers a rare opportunity to acquire a trophy estate property in West Vancouver's most coveted British Properties enclave.
The British Pacific Properties legacy began in 1931, when a group of investors, led by the Guinness family, purchased 4,000 acres of land from the District of West Vancouver. British Pacific Properties retained Stanley F. Thomson, one of North America’s premier golf course architects, to design the Capilano Golf Course. The golf course and clubhouse, opened in 1937 and quickly became the crown jewels of the original British Properties.