Architect Marko Simcic has quite a reputation in the world of architecture. One of his most unique and contemporary designs is currently on the market. Today we take an inside look at the Metchosin House, a stunning structure found in British Columbia. This unique dwelling sits on 67 acres of oceanfront on the coast of Vancouver Island. The home was created to live harmoniously with the Garry Oak savannah. The area happens to be one of Canada’s most endangered natural ecosystems.
The structure is host to a concrete armature, clear of any critical tree root zones. The home features a central canyon river that carries in hydrothermal seawater to power the home. The interior boasts 10,700-square-feet of space, boasting six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and spacious living areas. It is also host to some unrivaled views of the natural surroundings, including the ocean and the Olympic Mountain range. If that wasn’t enough, the property also boasts 1,400 linear feet of shoreline and private beach and an integrated boathouse with a mechanical launch.
Check out the Metchosin House in the images below and place your bid with Sotheby’s International Realty right now. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more modern architecture coming very soon.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty