This Surrey property, located on 17146 20 Ave., is an estimated $31.52 million, according to BC Assessment. (Google Maps)

Surrey, Abbotsford homes crack top 10 most expensive properties in B.C.

Lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s property in Vancouver remained the most valuable property in B.C.

BC Assessment says property values will drop an average of 2.5 per cent in 2020, affecting the most expensive regions the most.

The average property decreased by 15 per cent across Metro Vancouver. Meanwhile, for the first time in at least three years, properties in Surrey and Abbotsford have cracked the top 10 list.

Once again at the top, though, is Lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s property in Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighbourhood, despite an 11-per-cent dip this year, dropping from $73.12 million to about $64.94 million.

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Here are the most expensive properties in B.C.:

  • 3085 Point Grey Rd., Vancouver — $64.94 million
  • 4707 Belmont Ave., Vancouver — $58.72 million
  • James Island, James Island — $56.74 million
  • 4719 Belmont Ave., Vancouver — $36.04 million
  • 4743 Belmont Ave., Vancouver — $32.77 million
  • 2815 Point Grey Rd., Vancouver — $32.58 million
  • 4773 Belmont Ave., Vancouver — $31.72 million
  • 17146 20 Ave., Surrey — $31.52 million
  • 4857 Belmont Ave., Vancouver — $30.20 million
  • 35220 Cassiar Ave., Abbotsford — $30.02 million

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