If James Bond Were To Live In Canada This Would Be The Place

One of the most extraordinary homes on all of Vancouver Island is the kind of place we think James Bond could call home if he were to retire in Canada. This place is secluded, never ending ocean views and a Koi pond right next to the infinity pool.

Completed in only 2017, this remote estate finds itself tucked away from any neighbours not too far from the world famous East Sooke Regional Park hiking trails. Everything you could ever want is on the property, including 4,000 square feet of garage space for 10 Aston Martins if you wanted.

Situated on a 10.85 acre lot in Becher Bay the home itself has five bedrooms and five bath throughout. While it’s hard to ignore those views and the outdoor space, the inside is a showstopper.

The main room has so many distinctive features, but it’s the 37″ totem tree that scales three floors is the main attraction. The staircase is intertwined with it taking you to all levels within this gorgeous home.

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The massive amounts of room in the main areas are flooded with natural light, those cathedral ceilings really help bleed in that natural light. As you can see, there’s plenty of room for entertaining here.

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In the living room those walls of glass retract allowing for an unobstructed indoor/outdoor flow. The home was built to be a bit sheltered from the constant winds in this area so leave those glass doors open!

Outside you’ll find a tranquil environment to soak in the view from the sun deck or in the infinity pool. Right next to that pool is a Koi pond that blends in perfectly with the natural landscape of the rainforest.

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396 Ocean Spring Terrace in Becher Bay is now listed on the market for $6,250,000 CAD with The MacLeod Group of Sotheby’s. If you would like to schedule a viewing of this beautiful home you can call their office at 250-661-7232 to learn more.

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