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Bodog online gambling group founder Calvin Ayre, whom unconfirmed reports suggest is now involved in a new Asian gambling venture apparently has no need for his luxurious double-volume Vancouver apartment, which has gone on sale, reports the Vancouver Sun newspaper.
Reporter David Baines, who has diligently followed the activities of the one-time billionaire, says that the asking price for the Yaletown property, which apparently has panoramic views of the city, is Cdn$10 million. The condo is described as covering 5,000 square feet, and boasts six baths, private outdoor decks, a 25-foot-high living room ceiling, a large wine cellar, a panic room and three parking spaces.
The luxurious condo is on the market fully furnished and prospective buyers are invited to view more detail at the website of the Carros realty company.
Baines, who has clearly done some research of his own, opines that the Ayre property may be overpriced, and claims that the assessed value is only Cdn$4.8 million.
Source: InfoPowa News