When you’re trying to become a Bond villain, there’s a checklist you need to look at for true authenticity. Luckily, the Stonecliff Falls house in Whistler covers step one- finding a modern lair to make plans in. Let’s check out this insane property literally built into a mountain.
Constructed in 2006, Stonecliff Falls represents a level of luxury that you rarely see in Canada. Why? Because one look at the place and you know that it’s purpose-built. You know, the kind of ‘spare no expense’ house that leaves the average person wondering who could even buy it. A bond villain, that’s who.
And, the way to get into the home is the cherry on top. Pulling into the driveway, you’re greeted not with the main entrance but an elevator. This guy takes you into the home proper, which sits a couple of stories above the driveway. It’s the perfect, nutty touch for an already stunning home.
Luckily, the elevator does add to the home, instead of just being weird. With the main floor perched on the hill, you’re provided with unparalleled views of the Whistler area. If it’s an incredible view while you read Bond Villain Monthly that you’re after, then look no further.
Of course, this isn’t just about the elevator. The 3-story home offers 4 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, which will make weekend getaways a breeze. And while there are only 4,700 sq. ft. of living space, the open floor plan gives the home an airy feel. Plus, amenities like a pool room and hot tub make apres-ski options a breeze.
At $7.9M, this home isn’t exactly a guide’s hut. However, some background research shows that the home has been listed for as high as $14M, so really this is a screaming deal. And who knows, maybe offering protection for when you take over the world will sweeten the deal. Just a hunch.
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