The Largest Home for Sale & Other Awards

“In the end it’s about the work, not an award you get for the work.”  -Linda Fiorentino

I thought that it might be of interest to release for our McCullough Team’s own “Nanaimo Real Estate Awards” for our area.  Have you ever wondered what the biggest house for sale is, or the smallest house for that matter?  Our team has combed through the MLS carefully and thought that we would share some of our own “awards” that we have created with you.  We hope that you enjoy these “Nanaimo Real Estate Awards” listed below!  Maybe one might be perfect as your next home.

AWARD FOR “CHEAPEST HOUSE CURRENTLY LISTED FOR SALE”: This 712 sq ft home doesn’t get as much attention as the 1.22 acre lot it includes and the listing agent advertises the home as ” as is, where is”  and is listed for sale for $229,900 at 1559 Hill Avenue.
AWARD FOR “SMALLEST HOUSE CURRENTLY LISTED FOR SALE”: This charming 652 sq ft rancher with 1 bedroom plus den and 1 bathroom is listed for sale for $329,900 and is located at 2997 Hillview Road in Upper Lantzville.

AWARD FOR “LARGEST HOUSE CURRENTLY LISTED FOR SALE”: This exceptional residence boasts 10,303 sq ft of living area and includes 8 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms.  It is listed for sale for $2,388,888 and is located at 3205 Ridgeview Place in Jinglepot on 2.5 acres and boasts luxuries such as: 2 storey foyer, granite counters, 4 covered garage, games room, 9 seat theatre with wet bar, 3 floor elevator and heated floors in the bathrooms.
AWARD FOR “MOST BEDROOMS IN A HOME”: With 9 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, the listing at 7090 Vipond Road listed for $1,688,888 will appease even the largest of families (even the Duggar family as seen on the TLC channel).  With over 5,336 sq ft of living area and 4.94 acres, there is plenty of room for everyone.


AWARD FOR “MOST BATHROOMS IN A HOME”:  There is currently a tie between 2 homes in Nanaimo that offer 7 bathrooms as part of their features.  The first listing in on 3887 Gulfview Drive listed for $3,290,000 and the other is located on 2665 Lynburn Crescent listed for $899,900.  Either of these homes would make a plumber blush!

AWARD FOR “OLDEST HOUSE”:  The winner of this award goes to 5673 Amstedam which is advertised as being built in 1900 and offers 1,139 sq ft of living area and is listed for sale for $449,000.  The listings agents have not provided any other details but describe the property as an “excellent investment property”.
AWARD FOR “HOME ON LARGEST LOT”: With 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, this stunning rural home at 5311 Cassidy Road, boasts 120 acres with a character home nestled on a private and fenced 5 acre portion.  In addition, you get a heated workshop, veggie garden and double garage and 2 working barns all for only $1,990,000.

AWARD FOR “LEAST EXPENSIVE HOME WITH A POOL”:  Take a dip in your private in-ground pool at 2005 Berkshire Place which has just been listed for $599,900 which offers a family home built in 1987 with a fabulous pool and a desirable Departure Bay location.

AWARD FOR “BIGGEST RANCHER”:  With 3,856 sq ft on one level, the home at $3,988,888 is sure to delight with its 13 acre waterfront lot and custom built home that includes high-end features such as geothermal heat system, indoor swimming pool, detached 40×50 garage and even some merchantable timber.  If this sounds like the perfect home for you, check out 3597 Juriet Road
AWARD FOR “MOST EXPENSIVE HOME”:  At $3,999,000, this 5,000 sf Departure Bay residence with private lane access will attract the buyer who is looking for gorgeous views of Departure Bay.  The listing agent of 1326 Ivy Lane advises that the front entrance cost $50,000 alone!

Having a sound knowledge of the local real estate market is key when you decide to buy or sell a property.  If you are interested in learning what your home or property is worth in today’s market, feel free to contact Brian & Myles McCullough team today at 250-751-1223 or email us at

Regardless of the size of price of your home, you will receive the highest level of service in the real estate industry today from our McCullough Marketing Team.

Best Regards,
Brian & Myles McCullough

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