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Here are the top 10 most expensive homes in Vancouver (PHOTOS)

These Vancouver properties have a taxable value equal to Tonga's entire GDP in 2017.
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The Point Grey property at 4743 Belmont Avenue was listed for listed at $58 million in 2021. Photo: REW/Sotheby's International Realty Canada

Eight out of the top 10 most expensive properties in British Columbia are within the City of Vancouver. The values of an entire gulf island and a lakeside lodge in Whistler are the only properties standing in the city’s way of a perfect score. 

According to new BC Assessment data released at the start of 2022, if you added the taxable value of Vancouver’s top 10, the value of those single-family homes would be equal to the GDP of Tonga, a country with over 100,000 people living in it. The owners of these properties include a mix of famous billionaires like the founder of a local yoga-wear brand and of a major department store chain.

Here are the 10 Vancouver homes with the highest assessed property values in B.C. this year:

1. 3085 Point Grey Rd. - $73,147,000

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Chip Wilson's house at 3085 Point Grey Rd., Vancouver. (via Contributed)

For many years running this property has remained the most expensive in B.C. and it belongs to Lululemon founder Chip Wilson. The property features a seaside tennis court, pool, and private lookout. It also has seven bedrooms, nine-bathrooms and sits on a 0.7-acre property.

2. 4707 Belmont Ave. - $64,600,000
 

4707 Belmont Ave
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Built in 2007, This 29,000-sq. ft. home has 10 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms. The property increased in value by seven per cent and is now worth $64.6 million.

3. 4743 Belmont Ave. - $40,913,000

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The Point Grey property at 4743 Belmont Avenue was listed for listed at $58 million in 2021. Photo: REW/Sotheby's International Realty Canada

Keeping it local in Point Grey, this mansion is set in a dense forest that covers most of the 1.3-acre lot. At 30 years old, the house has four bedrooms, placed within its 16,000 sq. ft. of indoor space.

It was previously owned by Rosalie and Joseph Segal — founder of the Fields department store chain - but sold in April 2021 for a reported $42 million. 

4. 4719 Belmont Ave. - $39,912,000 

4719 Belmont Ave
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The 25-year-old, 18,000-sq. ft. manor has six bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms. 

5. 2815 Point Grey Rd. - $38,267,000

2815 Point Grey Rd
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Jacqui Cohen, the granddaughter of the founder of Army and Navy, is the owner of this 9,301 sq. ft. home. The house has 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and a pool.

Here are the next five runners-up, all in Vancouver.

 4773 Belmont Ave, - $35,078,000 
 4749 Belmont Ave, -  $33,959,000
 4857 Belmont Ave, - $33,910,000 
 2999 Point Grey Rd, - $33,846,000 
 3489 Osler St, - $31,004,000 200