BC real estate: 10 most expensive homes for sale in the Fraser Valley

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2. $4,750,000: 1116 Gladwin Rd.

Nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, 10,270 sq. ft.
A custom-built estate home with an attached 1,002 square foot insulated 4 car garage sits on 10.67 acres. The spacious home boasts a large chef’s kitchen, large media room with wet bar, large decks overlooking Mt. Baker, and a walk-out patio. The farm includes three large shops: one is 5,700 square feet and two are 7,200 square feet. 6.25 acres of raspberries were planted in 2015. It’s close to the UFV, Highway #1 and the U.S./Canada border crossing.

3. $4,500,000: 450 Laxton St.

Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, 4,738 sq. ft.
This property sprawls over 80 acres, including a 50+ acre lake. If privacy is your thing, you’ll find it here, where no other homes are in sight. The vast, south-facing, unobstructed views of Mt. Baker and the manicured landscape have made it a popular location for Hallmark Channel movies. The custom-built home features living space on two levels, a three-car garage, a caretaker’s suite and an additional 850-square-foot detached shop.

4. $5,390,000: 2019 Marion Rd.

Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, 4,176 sq. ft.  
This 48+ acres farm in Sumas Prairie supports three homes, including a rancher with walkout basement. The second and third homes are approximately 850 square feet (both are currently rented). According to the write-up at REW.ca, the property has “some of the best soil in the valley” and is ideal for vegetables, dairy or small fruits.

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