"The Nichol" house is one of First Shaughnessy's most prestigious mansions. Located on The Crescent, this stately Tudor Revival home was designed by Samuel Maclure & Cecil Fox in 1912. It was built for the former Lieutenant Governor of BC - a newspaper magnate & the wealthiest Vancouverite in his time. The interior features fine wood finishings, beamed ceilings, grand entry hall, 8 fireplaces, lead-glass windows, inlaid oak floors & panelled walls. The grand scale rooms offer elegance at its best! Over 11,000 sq. ft. with 10 bdrms. Enjoy the 1 acre plus property with beautiful formal estate gardens. The grandeur of the house, its carefully crafted details & stunning grounds make it a piece of history well worth treasuring.
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