This newly listed $13M Surrey mansion has its own bowling lanes (PHOTOS)

When the resort-style pool area becomes unusable in winter, there’s plenty of indoor recreation options at this huge home

The largest Lower Mainland house to be newly listed on the MLS last week is this mansion in South Surrey’s chi-chi Panorama Ridge neighbourhood – and at $12,999,000, it came in as the region’s fourth-priciest new listing.

With total interior space spanning over 10,000 square feet, the main house has a healthy six bathrooms but a surprisingly meagre four bedrooms. It looks like a chunk of the square footage is taken up with the home’s unbelievable indoor amenities, which include a large recreation room, a pub-style bar, a personal gym, a hobby room and a professional-grade, two-lane bowling alley.

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The 14-year-old custom-built home also has huge living and entertaining areas, with a vast, vaulted-ceiling great room and a super-fancy chef’s kitchen.

Outside, there’s a resort-style pool terrace with hot tub and ocean views, an outdoor living and dining area, a firepit lounge and a full-size, floodlit tennis court. The two-plus-acre hilltop property also has a separate 1,232-square-foot coach house (included in the total square footage) that can be used as guest accommodations, in-law suite or rental unit.

Surrey mansion bowling lanes
The home has not one but two professional-grade bowling lanes. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

The lot has seen quite the change in value over the past 30 years. Records show that in 1986, the property, with its previous 1973-built house, sold for a mere $220,000. After exchanging hands several times, it was listed in 2002, two years before the completion of the existing 2004-built house, for $1.15 million.

The property was valued last year by B.C. Assessment at $4,890,000, and annual property taxes for the home were $16,886.99 in 2017.

Check out more photos of this listing, below.

 

Surrey mansion bowling lanes great room
The hub of the home is this arched-ceiling great room, with living area, dining area and music corner. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

 

Surrey mansion bowling lanes kitchen
The gourmet chef's kitchen also has great views out the back of the house to the ocean. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

 

Surrey mansion bowling lanes recreation room
The large recreation room is plenty big enough for a pool table, and more besides. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

 

Surrey mansion bowling lanes pub bar
The lower level of this huge home would not be complete without a pub-style bar to relax in after a hard day of bowling. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

 

Surrey mansion bowling lanes pool view
The ridge-top lot has distant ocean and Gulf Island vistas. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

 

Surrey mansion bowling lanes outdoor dining
The covered section of the terrace off the great room is currently being used for outdoor dining. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

 

Surrey mansion bowling lanes firepit
This circular terrace makes a great spot for a firepit. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

 

Surrey mansion bowling lanes tennis court
On the 2.1-acre lot is a full-sized, floodlit tennis court. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

 

Surrey mansion bowling lanes porte cochere
The inviting front entrance of the home has a hotel-style porte cochere to keep the rain off. Listing agents: Amy Alto, Scotti Alto

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