One of the most famous houses on the North Shore is on the block.
Famous architect Arthur Erickson designed Eppich House in 1972 for businessman Helmut Eppich and his wife Hildegaard. Now Rennie’s advisor Jason Soprovich is offering it for $ 13.9 million.
“It is simply one of the historically most important examples of modern West Coast architecture,” Soprovich said in a press release, “as one of Arthur Erickson’s most important residential designs that is recognized around the world, this work Maestra embodies the true modernism of the West Coast, where nature and architecture are intertwined. “
Renovated by Battersby Howat Architects, the home sits on a half-acre estate in the Ambleside area of West Vancouver.
It is a three-level structure with only the garage visible from the street. That’s because it descends through four levels with stepped terraces.
They spent a lot of money fixing it.
“I decided to protect it by making the necessary efforts so that it never had to be seen as a teardown again,” Asaph told the magazine. “We did everything we could to bring the house up to a modern standard while retaining what was the hope and purpose of the building in the first place.”
Erickson also designed Eppich House 2, built for Helmut’s twin brother Hugo in the 1980s.
The Eppichs created EBCO Industries.
The twins were born into a German-speaking community in the former Yugoslavia.
They were forced to move to Germany at the outbreak of World War II, living in what is now known as Slovenia. They immigrated to Canada in the 1950s.
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