What if money was no object? We take you inside one of the most beautiful real estate offerings in the country
Address: 6028 Eagleridge Drive, West Vancouver
The skinny: Four-bedroom, two-bathroom, 2,434-square-foot home in British Columbia
The chic: Labelled 'The Starship House', this modern, mountainside, West Coast property is a work of art and "an example of the magic that results when a client trusts and honours the architect’s vision". Considered Canada's greatest architect of all time, Arthur Erickson designed some of the Lower Mainland's most prominent structures and designed this home in the form of a sculptural, intergalactic spacecraft, with a geometric, organic design. The striking vision may look out of this world, but its natural interior brings a sense of calm and serenity to the space. With a wraparound deck, surrounded by trees and a view of the sea and mountains, this property really embraces its surroundings. The detached home is built over three floors, with the kitchen/living area and primary bedroom on the main level, the remaining three bedrooms on the top level, and a studio/utility space on the lower level.
The hidden extras: Whilst technically not "hidden" within the house, it's a pretty cool extra to live in a home designed by the man behind Robson Square and the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.