A true model of Art Deco design, this renovated 1910 landmark takes you back to the founding era of elegance with decadent details and commanding geometry.
The only original home to remain at Edgecliffe Estate, the renovated Griffith balances rich tradition with modern amenities. The home exhibits a unique blend of contemporary and traditional Art Deco design.
The interior sprawls an impressive 7,662 square feet and boasts meticulous craftsmanship while demonstrating attention to the minutest detail. An unexpected blend of elements and a clever, traditional layout make this home an endless pleasure to explore.
The exterior is thoughtfully designed with distinct wood and stone finishing, and traditional board and batten trim, appropriately reflecting the home’s heritage. The property is adorned with old growth trees that further contribute to Griffiths’ great legacy as a pioneer of elegance and design in Victoria. Originally designed and built in 1910 by Henry Sandham Griffith, noted architect of Spencer’s Castle and the Vancouver Board of Trade building, the renovated Griffith remains true to the essence of the original home built so many years ago.