A Calgary-based wedding vendor is selling a six-bedroom, four-bathroom house on the outskirts of the city for $6.5 million.
The $4.9 million home was built in the 1960s, according to a listing on the listing website realtor.com.
It was purchased by the bride’s mother, who lives in a nearby condo, in 2016.
“We are very happy to be able to share this home with our daughter and granddaughter,” said Jennifer O’Brien, a spokeswoman for the family.
“The family loves it, and we are very grateful.”
The bride and her family lived in the home in a five-bedroom house, a two-bedroom condo and a one-bedroom duplex, the listing says.
The listing says the home has a “very large open floor plan” with a garage and “some additional space.”
The home has “excellent access to the lake, the mountains, and the beautiful Calgary skyline.”
The listing also notes that the home is in “the best location” for the bride and family to spend the next 12 years.
It says the bride will be moving to Calgary from Ontario in early 2019, where she and her daughter will move to after graduation.
The home is a “pioneer” in the Calgary area, according the listing.
The Calgary Real Estate Board did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Calgary’s vacancy rate was 6.6 per cent last year, compared to 9.3 per cent nationwide.