Property of the Week: $7,395,000 Chalet-Style Canmore Home

It has panoramic views of the Canadian Rockies.



 

Where it is

821 Silvertip Heights, Canmore

The history

Built in 2008, this four bedroom home in Canmore sits on top of a ridge overlooking Silvertip Resort golf course.

What to love

821's luxurious finishings all nod to its proximity to the Canadian Rockies. It has rundle stone, plaster and cedar walls, heated Pennsylvania bluestone flooring, solid cherry wood doors and a hand-planed walnut, stainless steel and oak timber staircase.

What to consider

With its location on the ridge above Silvertip golf course, 821 would be ideal for golfers.

The stats

Close to 8,000 square feet
4 bedrooms
8 bathrooms
Four-sided fireplace
Indoor pool and gym
Outdoor hot tub
6 parking spots

Listed for $7,395,000 with realtor Jeff Tincher of Engel & Völkers.

It has heated Pennsylvania bluestone floors throughout.

 

The gourmet kitchen has stainless steel appliances.

 

The living room has large custom Gaulhofer cathedral windows.

 

A four-sided fireplace is the centre point of the main floor. 

 

There are views of the Canadian Rockies from almost every room including the master bedroom. 

 

The lower level spa area has rundle stone walls, heated floors, pool and gym.

 

Even the outdoor hot tub has views of the Rocky Mountains. 

 

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