SOOKE, British Columbia — It’s possible the first thing you see at this $1,599,000 million home now for sale in Canada isn’t the price tag.

The bright aqua and teal exterior of the home at 7405 Thornton Heights in Silver Spray East Sooke is accentuated by several eye-catching orca sculptures bursting from the ground.

The home, called “The Whale House” by realtor The Neal Estate Group of Victoria, is custom-built and offers “breathtaking” views over the Juan de Luca Strait, according to its Zillow listing.

Also catching the eye are the main floor’s curved ceiling with exposed beams. The family room is surrounded by glass and features a radius window, keeping with the curved architectural theme.

“A large family room is surrounded in faux walls with detailed panels including more native art to continue the West Coast vibe throughout,” reads the listing. “The panels continue onto the ceiling creating a visual canvas making you feel like you have stepped into a secret hideaway to read a book or watch your favourite movie by the cozy fireplace.”

It’s also got a hot tub and a backyard that’s a 3,500-acre park with trails and easy access.

Watch a video tour on YouTube.