This $29.4 million mountainside mansion is the most expensive listing in Whistler – Robb reports

There is more to Whistler than just top-notch slopes.

A modern British Columbia home, perched on more than 7.5 acres above Lake Alta, just hit the market for $29.4 million. The luxury mountainside resort is currently the most expensive listing in the famous ski resort area, as I mentioned before Mansion Global. And one look at home (and beyond) explains why.

The vast grounds, offering 8,700 square feet of living space, are accompanied by rugged surroundings and offer panoramic views of the area’s nearby lakes and mountains. Built for the seller in 2014, the home has six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a wine room, a 40-foot granite fireplace, floating staircase, and a cantilevered infinity pool that gives swimmers the illusion that they are falling over a cliff. The owner, a professional engineer and financier, was said to have acquired the lot years before construction began.

Contemporary mansion built in the Whistler Mountains

Emma Peter and Nick Leehawks

“There are very few packages of this size in Whistler,” Max Thornhill, Engel & Völkers Whistler’s listing agent, told real estate website Mansion Global.

This stately home had to come with equally lofty ambitions. Inspired by the owner’s travels, the contemporary residence is built to coexist harmoniously with the natural surroundings. Materials such as glass and steel were imported from Italy during the construction phase, to provide abundant lighting for the house. Meanwhile, reclaimed timber, sourced locally from deciduous Vancouver spruce, has been used to accentuate much of the interior and exterior.

This mountain mansion in British Columbia relates to its natural environment

Emma Peter and Nick Leehawks

The home also offers over 3,000 square feet of rooftop and terrace space so you can enjoy the stunning scenery that surrounds the property. The title is the outdoor patio, located in the center of the house and visible from the outside and inside. Here, art installations cleverly act as lamps illuminating various points of the property, creating a kind of museum effect. Of course, our favorite feature might be the outdoors Hot tub for a post-ski gripper soak.

Check out more photos of the property below.

mansion in british columbia

Emma Peter and Nick Leehawks

Whistler Palace dining room

Emma Peter and Nick Leehawks

Emma Peter and Nick Leehawks

Emma Peter and Nick Leehawks

Emma Peter and Nick Leehawks

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