Check out this unique $8.9M Whistler house built into cliff (PHOTOS)

Jaw-dropping home is accessed by elevator via a tunnel in the cliff – and has its own waterfall

If you have deep pockets and are looking for the most awesome house in Whistler for this ski season, look no further.

This unique Whistler house was listed on the MLS early in October for $9.8 million and then quickly reduced to $8,998,000.

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The 13-year-old house, named Stonecliff Falls, is built on top of and into a cliff in the Brio neighbourhood, which is a 20-minute walk south of Whistler Village. The main architectural feature is the glass-walled tower housing the elevator, which is accessed via a tunnel in the cliff at street level. To the left of the stone-camouflaged double parking garage is the home’s very own waterfall.

Up on the main level, an entry corridor with amazing views leads into the open-concept great room, with living, dining and kitchen spaces and double-sided fireplace. The home has additional entertaining and living areas, as well as a large games room with bar and two steam/sauna rooms.

Whistler cliff mansion living view
One of several living areas, this one is in a section of the home built out over the cliff, and boasts the most panoramic views. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu

There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms, including a master suite with a fireplace and amazing mountain views, plus large ensuite and dressing room, and its own balcony.

Outside is more than 2,000 square feet of outdoor living space, including various view terraces and a large hot tub with its own mini-waterfall.

Whistler cliff mansion hot tub
The hot tub on the view terrace is perfect for apres-ski relaxation, especially with that waterfall. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu

The property was valued in July 2017 by B.C. Assessment at $7,214,000, and property taxes for this year were a whopping $22,775.06.

Check out more photos of this jaw-dropping listing below, and scroll to the bottom for a virtual video tour.

 

Whistler cliff mansion waterfall YouTube
This clifftop house has its own waterfall, as well as stone-camouflaged parkade doors. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu. Image via YouTube

 

Whistler cliff mansion elevator YouTube
Have you ever seen a home with an elevator like this one? Us neither. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu. Image via YouTube

 

Whistler cliff mansion corridor
The elevator leads to this stunning glass corridor entryway. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu

 

Whistler cliff mansion living
The lounge area of the great room makes the most of those mountain views. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu

 

Whistler cliff mansion kitchen
The kitchen of this Whistler home is off the family room and dining area to the right in the open-concept great room. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu

 

Whistler cliff mansion dining YouTube
The dining area of the great room has a double-sided fireplace with an inviting den on the other side. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu. Image via YouTube

 

Whistler cliff mansion stairs
The home may have an awesome glass elevator, but these stairs are pretty cool too. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu

 

Whistler cliff mansion master bedroom
The master bedroom has breathtaking views and a cozy fireplace. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu

 

Whistler cliff mansion master ensuite dressing
The master suite comes complete with luxurious bathroom and dressing room. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu. Image via YouTube

 

Whistler cliff mansion second bedroom
The second bedroom benefits from the vaulted ceilings that are characteristic of this modern house. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu

 

Whistler cliff mansion games room YouTube
The home has a large games room with a wet bar. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu. Image via YouTube

 

Whistler cliff mansion back exterior
The 2005-built house has a modern Tuscan villa style when viewed from the back, with expansive terraces. Listing agent: Viive M. Truu. Image via YouTube

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