If Scarface was being reshot in 2022 in Canada, this house would be an excellent setting.
The $22.95 million home at 2929 Mathers Ave. in West Vancouver is impressive just in its stats. It's got 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, has more than 16,000 sq. ft. of living space and a six-car garage.
But there's also all the bonkers things.
Like the 15-person hot tub. Or the indoor fire pit (no, not a fireplace — though it has one of those as well — but an actual fire pit surrounded by seating). Or the wine wall that can hold 1,500 bottles of vino.
On top of the hot tub it has a pool of course, but not just any pool. It's a huge saltwater pool. And since we're saying pool so much, let's talk about pool tables. It comes with three. You could host a substantial tournament of eight ball whenever you wanted (as long as you had enough friends).
There's also an arcade room, a huge saltwater aquarium and a wood-fired pizza oven. And a couple of gourmet kitchens, home theatre, sauna and no doubt more. There's also a jaw-dropping bowling alley.
The look of the place screams opulence with things like a spiral staircase, massive chandelier, and palm tree-heavy landscaping.
Currently, the property is listed for $22.95 million; in 2020 it was listed at $25 million. BC Assessment's website doesn't show any sales in the last three years (and values the property at $14.7 million).
The house has caught media attention before. In 2020 the Vancouver Sun reported about how it was part of a court case between entrepreneur personality Dan Lok and the property's owner who claimed Lok hadn't paid the $35,000 rent. Lok's lawyers claimed the house was deficient. A video tour of the property Lok gave in 2019 where he claims it's worth $35 million has garnered 1.66 million views on YouTube.