This stunning new home constructed in the Royal Bay Development in Victoria, BC has unimpeded views of the Olympic Mountains and Juan De Fuca Straight to the south, and downtown Victoria to the east. The Royal Bay Panorama was designed by Michael Nixon of Broadmead Designs and built by Peter Schultze Construction Ltd.

This home was built on a lot having a vertical drop of over 35 feet front to back within the building envelope which created many challenges relating to the new home construction.

The intent during the design process was to take full advantage of the view while still taking into consideration the physical limitations of building on a site more natural to the Mountain Goat. We have achieved our goal.

This home contains full height kitchen cabinetry built with solid wood doors and full plywood box construction custom built by Dan Johnson Woodworking as well as solid surface countertops using Cambria Quartz supplied by Colonial Countertops in Victoria BC. All main floor living areas are finished in solid maple flooring.

Access to the rear yard is achieved through a spiral stair custom built for this home by Jim Guenther of Iron Art and Fabrication .The spiral staircase accesses both rear decks as well as the rear grade of the home. This feature is a work of art.