The Real estate agent hired to market Eppich II, a West Vancouver house created by renowned Canadian architect Arthur Erickson, is hoping the 2nd time is the charm.
The five-bedroom, 5-rest room assets, entire with guest dwelling, was place on the market place in 2018 for $16 million, but didn’t offer.
The exterior of Arthur Erickson’s Eppich House II in West Vancouver is observed in this photo from Rennie & Associates Realty.
Geoff Taylor of Rennie and Associates claimed the home “looked tired” at the time, but has considering the fact that been brought back again to its former glory.
“We have an Arthur Erickson household that has been meticulously, entirely restored to its unique situation,” stated Taylor.
“So there is a ton of metal, there is a large amount of glass, there is a great deal of extremely intricate and audacious aspects to this house,” he additional.
In 1979, Hugo and Brigitte Eppich hired Erickson to design the virtually 6,000-sq.-foot dwelling on Groveland Rd, and it was completed in 1988.
It sits on more than an acre of land, with a swimming pool, going for walks trails and ponds.
The pool at Arthur Erickson’s Eppich Dwelling II in West Vancouver is observed in this photo from Rennie & Associates Realty.
Eppich II is assessed at $5.5 million, but this time around, the proprietors have set it on the market place for practically $13 million.
“Properties down the avenue are selling for $9.5 million that are nowhere around as great as this home,” Taylor contends.
He stated that BC Assessment does not always acquire into account intangible aspects, like the value of a exclusive house made by a famous architect.
The residing home of Arthur Erickson’s Eppich Property II in West Vancouver is seen in this picture from Rennie & Associates Realty.
Given that Erickson died in 2009, and won’t be generating any other residences like it, Taylor argued Eppich II is irreplaceable.
“This home will stand out against any other residence offered for sale in all of Vancouver and lovers of architecture, followers of artwork will respect this,” he explained.
The eating space of Arthur Erickson’s Eppich House II in West Vancouver is noticed in this picture from Rennie & Associates Realty.
Only times after heading on the market, a few possible purchasers were on their way to look at the property.
Erickson is the architect guiding some of Vancouver’s most recognizable areas, which includes the Museum of Anthropology, Robson Sq., and the Vancouver Law Courts.
The visitor dwelling at Arthur Erickson’s Eppich Residence II in West Vancouver is witnessed in this photo from Rennie & Associates Realty.