9310 Ardmore Drive, North Saanich, BC
- 4 BEDS
- 8 BATHS
- 7,804 sq.ft. Home
- 9310 Ardmore Drive, North Saanich, BC
- 4 BEDS
- 8 BATHS
- 7,804 sq.ft. Home
- Property ID: SIRC907372
- Property Type: Residential, House
- Style: Custom
- Living Space: 7,804 sq.ft.
- Lot Size: 1.40 ac
- Year Built: 2011
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 8
- Parking Spaces: 6
- Municipal Taxes 2021: $25,389
- Listed By:
- Logan Wilson, Brayden Klein
Bask in the sun’s glow from your own private sandy beachfront, at this impeccable 1.46-acre parcel deep in the heart of North Saanich.
Exceptional location and timeless design intertwine at this world-class estate designed by renowned local architect, Jim Grieve.
Through the stately iron and stone gates, the looping stone driveway is framed by the lush grounds with their colourful blooms and soaring trees.
Absorbing the westerly views of the Saanich Inlet from nearly every room through a host of massive windows, the subtly elegant home sits below. Beneath soaring ceilings, opulent lighting, and beautiful millwork, this residence’s 7,804 square feet boast a wealth of wide open spaces arranged in a highly functional layout.
The main floor features an expansive gourmet kitchen with prep pantry and wet bar, a sumptuous wood panelled office, a sitting room with a grand stone fireplace and timber-framed ceiling, a lovely formal dining area overlooking the water, and an airy primary bedroom with stunning ocean views, a bedside fireplace, as well as an expansive five-piece ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet.
Recreationally inclined, the lower level includes an antiqued wine cellar, a premium home theatre room with wet bar, and a gym with a full mirror wall, private entrance and ensuite bathroom.
Perfect for guests, the upper level, with its open views of the entrance and living room below from the central loft space, enjoys two additional bedrooms, both with ensuite bathrooms and gorgeous views of the grounds.
Equipped for additional guests or staff, the triple attached garage is also topped with a charming one-bedroom carriage house featuring its own private entrance, kitchen and laundry.
At the home’s rear, amidst stands of gnarled Arbutus trees, the backyard slopes gracefully down to the ocean in three stages. A wide stone patio adjoining the home with both covered and open areas is ideal for outdoor dining. Below, a plateau is reserved for the hot tub, barrelled wooden sauna, stone patio with integrated fire pit, and an expansive picket-fenced planter garden. Finally at the water’s edge, an extremely rare sandy beach looks out over the calm waters of the Saanich Inlet.
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- 2 Fireplaces
- 3 Car Garage
- 3+ Fireplaces
- Basement - Finished
- Bay View
- Breakfast Bar
- Butlers Pantry
- Caretaker House
- Carriage House
- Eat in Kitchen
- Ensuite Bathroom
- Exercise Room
- Guest House
- Hardwood Floors
- In Home Fitness
- In-Home Gym
- Media Room/Theater
- Mountain View
- Ocean / Beach
- Ocean Front
- Ocean View
- Open Porch
- Outdoor Living
- Privacy Fence
- Professional Grade Appliances
- Security System
- Self-contained Suite
- Self-Contained Suite
- Spa/Hot Tub
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Vaulted Ceilings
- Walk In Closet
- Walk Out Basement
- Walk-in Closet
- Water View
- Wine Cellar/Grotto
- Wood Fence
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Encircled by 40 kilometers of ocean shoreline, North Saanich is a sea-lover's dream. Located a mere 25 kilometers from the city core of Victoria, this community also boasts a rich agricultural history and a more slow-paced lifestyle than many of the Greater Victoria municipalities. Residents enjoy a rural locale with quick access to the city core via the Patricia Bay Highway 17, or the more scenic route, West Saanich Road.
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