3333 THE CRESCENT, Shaughnessy, Vancouver, BC, V6J 1P2, Canada
Set on over an acre of land in the city’s most exclusive enclave of ‘The Crescent’, this stately Shaughnessy mansion was designed by noted architects Maclure and Fox in 1912 for Walter C. Nichol, a former lieutenant-governor of BC. Highlights of this 11,598sqft neo-Tudor heritage home include a central foyer and grand hall with wood burning fireplace , high beamed ceilings, exceptional panelling, leaded windows, built-in bookcases, and gracious sitting and dining rooms. Located on a prominent corner within a few minutes stroll of South Granville shops and the Vancouver Lawn and Tennis Club. This significant architectural legacy is a rare offering.