Architect Marko Simcic‘s honor winning home in British Columbia is available. Sited on 67 sections of land of oceanfront on the bank of Vancouver Island, the Metchosin House was intended to live amicably with the Garry Oak Savannah — one of Canada’s most jeopardized characteristic environments. It sits on a solid armature, away from any basic tree root zones, and highlights a focal gulch stream that conveys in aqueous seawater to control the home. The 10,700-square-foot inside offers six rooms, seven washrooms, and liberal living spaces with far-reaching perspectives on the sea and the Olympic Mountain range somewhere far off. The property likewise incorporates 1,400 straight feet of shoreline and private sea shore just as a coordinated boat shelter with a mechanical dispatch. Click here for more details about Metchosin House.