Whistler home built into mountain, drops its price to $6.9m

Did you get some spare moolah in your stocking last Christmas? Well, you’re in luck because we’ve found a way for you to spend it.

Stonecliff Falls is a legendary property in Whistler and known as “the waterfall house” practically built into the side of a mountain. It’s yours for a reduced price of CAD $6.9million.

Yep, reduced from $9.8million when it first went on the market last October, then dropped again to $7.5 in January, now dropped again (September 2020).

See, we’ve just saved you $2.9 million dollars. We’re good like that.

You’ll find this dream ski house in the Brio neighbourhood of Whistler and within walking distance to Whistler Village. It’s perched high above Panorama Ridge and even has an elevator so you don’t have to climb that cliff alone.

The entry to Stonecliff Falls

There’s the obligatory panoramic views and 4 bedrooms with 5.5 bathrooms across 3 levels. The master suite occupies an entire floor to itself and comes with a soaking tub with view.

You’ll get under floor heating, mahogany flooring, wool carpets, Viessman boilers, gas fires, heated driveway and tons of outdoor deck space for summer. You can practically ski to your door with the trails just doors away.

Did we mention the automatic sliding doors, outdoor hot tub and games room?

Interested? Enquire here and feel free to send us a cheque for that $2.3 million.

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Rachael Oakes-Ash is the name behind @misssnowitall and the founder of SnowsBest.com. A long time travel and lifestyle journalist and ski writer, she's been published in ESPN, TIME, Wallpaper*, Action Asia, Inside Sport, Australian Financial Review, Emirates Open Skies, Conde Nast Traveler and more. She was the Fairfax snow blogger from 2007 to 2017 and the Southern Hemisphere editor for OnTheSnow. Rachael is also a documentary producer, author, radio announcer and humorist.