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This $25.8-million 'French Chateau' is one of the Vancouver's priciest properties on the market (PHOTOS)

Think you could swing the finances for this place to hang your hat - or many hats - in its spacious walk-in closet?

Clocking in at a $25,800,000 asking price, this Shaughnessy mansion currently sits on the shortlist of the most expensive properties for sale in Metro Vancouver.

Listed by Luxmore Realty, the five-bedroom, six-bathroom home at 3488 Pine Crescent in the posh Vancouver neighbourhood is about 8,200 square feet, on a lot that is over 20,000 square feet.

Built in 2003, the French Chateau-style home boasts a classic style, with stone fireplaces, custom millwork, and several clutch amenities, like a "theatre room," grand foyer entrance with sweeping staircase and high ceilings, a workshop for puttering around, an in-house gym, and a wine cellar.

The cozy family room looks out over the terrace with ample seating and the outdoor pool. 

Think you could swing the finances for this place to hang your hat - or many hats - in its spacious walk-in closet? According to REW.ca's mortgage calculator for the property, with a 20 per cent down payment of just over $5 million, and a 25-year mortgage, you'd be looking at monthly payments of a hair over $82,000.

Or maybe skip the part where you check your bank account and just scroll through the photos of this house to see how a small fraction of Vancouverites live.