A 15 million dollar ski lodge in Whistler, Canada — Worth it?? (29 HQ Photos)


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  • Wardog

    yes it is.

    • Agree

      Fuck and Yes

  • he says she says he

    That’s pretty damn sweet…. but the taxes in it must be outrageous!

  • TrentVincent

    I'd buy it at a fair price, I want to live there

    • bubblerider86

      *checks coat pocket….hmmmm, I've got $1.25…timeshare? 🙂

  • he says she says he

    Sorry meant on it not in it.

  • jrey81

    spacious and warm at the same time… i'm assuming they have a hot tub somewhere in there…

  • Robin

    I think I'm drooling. Comparing this to the shitty, tiny French apartments I usually stay in when skiing… Damn.

    • anon

      Avoriaz ?

  • Tom

    Does it come with Canadian bacon?

    • dawgy

      Yep, and don't forget the beaver. Can never have to much beaver.

    • Kris

      Also maple syrup.

  • choogar

    $15M? A pittance. My dogs can live there.

  • http://echogeo.wordpress.com/ echogeo

    What, no winter pics when there is nearly three feet of snow on the ground? Is the front-end loader part of the deal?

  • Equinox

    $15 million dollars?? Better have a sweet ass mancave / gun collection in the basement, sall I can say.

    • canadian_bird

      hahaha so american to want a gun collection included….

  • Beman

    badass but i wouldnt pay that looks like a 5 million doller house

    • http://www.thechive.com AdamBaldick

      It is so high because it is in Whistler. Whistler is the global winter paradise

    • Bainsy

      real estate in Vancouver is VERY expensive. Real estate in Whister (a few hours north of Vancouver) is insane compared to Vancouver.
      That being said, I would pay as much money as they ask to have a house like that to come home to after a long day of skiing.

  • chicago

    #13 Fireplace stack makes for a nice indoor climbing wall. Although for near $15 mill. I'd expect an actual climbing wall. Looks comfy.

  • Anonymous

    That place is gorgeous. I hate being poor.

  • Mico

    well worth it. I would retire there and never leave.

  • YourMom

    #4, #9, #10, #14, #22 Just different angles of the same room. Not very spacious for $15mil

    • BamBamBeano

      I was thinking the same thing. Most of the pictures are of one living room and one kitchen. Awesome location though.

      • Guest

        That's because whistler muni has a 5000 sq ft building restriction. To avoid this kind of dick waving. Ooops didn't work.

  • Csquaredapparel

    meh

    • Meh

      Yes?

      • Csquaredapparel

        Oh there you are.

  • http://dbdesignco.com bisketz

    Yupp, Pretty much my dream home. Wheres the indoor waterfall?

    • crackerz

      outside

  • jared

    $15 mil seems a little excessive, although the materials they used looked top notch, it seems like you could cut back a little and save a lot…on the other hand, if i had the money i'd pay it, looks like a pretty sweet place to toss the phone in the pond and do whatev

    • Dirty Dingus

      Keep in mind that a regular house up there is probably well over a million. It's in one of the best ski villages in the world, and still rather close to Vancouver.

    • Smitty

      It is probably just $12 mil for the LAND.

    • Sea to Sky local

      Housing in Whistler is ridiculously expensive. So much so that there are few true Whistler locals. Most houses are owned as vacation homes and such. Most of the foreign workers who come to work there are living with several room mates and still pay a lot in rent. If you are looking to visit the shoulder seasons (spring and fall) are much cheeper but still have a decent amount of stuff to do. Vancouver is about one and a half to two hours away from whistler depending on trafic and how you drive.

      • mmmmm pizza

        loser know it all. its kinda a givin that you should go to whistler in spring or fall. but who really wants too when its a SKI resort town. god people are stupid.

  • PeZ

    Wow, what a place to live!
    Would love to live there 😉

  • Bobby

    The house isn't worth 15 million, for sure. I assume it must have some property attached to it for that price.

    • guest

      as it says at the top comes with 5 acres of land

    • ebits21

      it's the location

  • -U-S-M-C-

    It better have a zombie safe room… Otherwise your 15m went to waist.

  • http://dbdesignco.com bisketz

    #5 #7 #21 This house tells me what to do, its so full of itself.

  • JKMCdermott

    #18 sweet, no doubt, but I would argue not worth $15Mil. For that you can get a just as sweet place in a differnt locale, a Manhattan penthouse, a Carribean get-away and three Ukranian mail-order-brides. Just saying.

  • Chester Clapsaddle

    I like how they have words like nap, eat and play on the walls. I think that is worth the price tag alone. So often I walk into a room and am completely befuddled as to what I am supposed to do in said room. Let me tell you, I have pooped in more than a few dining rooms in my day (including Paul Giamatti's). The instructional words included in this villa will help many people avoid embarrassing faux pas.

  • Jordan

    the bedroom wall should say FUCK

    • Red

      LOL Jordan, LOL.

    • Brutal Deluxe

      For $15 million, it should say that on all my pants

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