“The Griffith” in Oak Bay, Victoria, BC, Canada is simply one of the most stunning heritage house that have ever seen.
Designed and built in 1910 by Henry Sandman Griffith, the prominent British architect also responsible for the design of Spencer Castle and the Vancouver Board of Trade Building, this home is a heritage designated landmark offering over 7,500 square feet on three levels with sweeping ocean and mountain views. In 2008 Mike Miller of Abstract Developments undertook a meticulous renovation and restoration of the grand home, maintaining the extremely high level of detail and craftsmanship of the era in which it was built.
This incredible home won several awards on behalf of Mr. Miller and his company, including: Gold CARE Awards 2009, Silver CARE Awards 2009 and Gold Georgie Awards 2009.
This is house is on the market and it’s offered at: $3,595,000 (BC prices are sky-high. Especially in Vancouver/Victoria/Okanagan areas).
Photos Courtesy: Leslie Farrel