Controversial Cube-Shaped Vancouver Home Is Going for C$14M

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A minimalist cube-shaped home in one of Vancouver’s most elite neighborhoods is asking C $14 million (US $10.6 million), Mansion Global reported.

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The newly-built steel construction along the city’s Golden Mile was designed by architect Tony Robins, with 2,885 square feet of living space and a 30-foot skylight.

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As it was being built over the past two years, some neighbors complained about its boxy shape, according to Robins. Now that the residence is completed, they love its uniqueness, he says.

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The two-bedroom, four-bathroom house has four levels, including an underground, four-car garage and a rooftop deck––all accessed via a glass elevator.

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On the ground floor is the kitchen, dining room, and living room, encased in glass. The second floor, featuring two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, is surrounded by metal.

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There is a kitchen, hot tub, TV and stereo, and a bathroom with a shower on the roof, as well as sweeping views of the ocean, mountains, and city. A separate outdoor deck is attached to the master suite.

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Vancouver developer, Ron Roadburg, bought the property and design for C $3.5 million (US $2.6 million) in 2014.

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The listing at 3691 Point Grey Road is held by Loren Dunsworth of John Aaroe Group in Los Angeles and Rennie & Associates in Vancouver.

Images courtesy of Loren Dunsworth

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