You can buy a lot with $12 million.
You could secure yourself a major stake in a business, or even a dead shark — if you like that sort of thing.
But that cash could also snag you this classy North Vancouver property, along with its 91-metre (300-foot) dock ... and much, much more.
The 7,203 sq.-ft. home rests on gated property that looks over Deep Cove, a spectacular area with opportunities for hiking, swimming and kayaking.
Designed by architect Brian Hemingway, the four-bedroom house is partly made of old growth Douglas Fir wood, Pennsylvania bluestone, and architectural glass.
Pictures from the listing by Royal LePage Sussex's Jason Soprovich reveal a spectacular structure and its panoramic views.
The lengthy dock is enough to accommodate an 18-metre (60-foot) ship — but that's not the only notable feature that comes with the property.
There's also an outdoor spa with a waterfall, a 5,000-gallon koi pond, and a patio area with a fireplace and covered dining spots.
Talk about luxury!
Anyone looking to relax indoors can do so in a games room that boasts a bar, pool table and gym — all of which offer a great view on to the stunning Pacific Northwest landscape outdoors.
Here are some photos of a ritzy Vancouver-area home that offers a dock and plenty more:
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