A West Vancouver ‘party home with a view’ goes viral on Twitter
Taking the ferry in and out of Horseshoe Bay, travellers get a glimpse of one of the Lower Mainland’s most unique properties: a small West Coast modern home perched on the rocks at Tyee Point.
The house is a short walk to Horseshoe Bay along a private road, but it is almost like it’s on an island, because it faces Howe Sound in one direction and is up against a rocky hill at the back.
The home seems to have been vacant for several years. Photographer Mark Teasdale took a picture of it recently while arriving on the ferry, and it is completely covered in graffiti.
He posted the photo to Twitter on Jan. 17 with the description, “Party house with a view.” The photo went viral, amassing over 71,600 views in 10 days.
Several people wondered what was the story behind the house, which is one of the most high-profile empty homes in the Lower Mainland. So Postmedia did a property search.
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