The 10 most expensive homes for sale in Canada right now
If you're looking for a new home and you're insanely rich, you're in luck. The majority of these luxury abodes run just around $30 million, which actually sounds pretty affordable compared to a cool $59 million for the most expensive home in the country.
Here are some of the most expensive homes for sale in Canada right now.
This massive English mansion on Lake Ontario's 'Gold Coast' may come with 10 acres, six bedrooms, an elevator, and an indoor pool, but it appears that's not enough to keep it off the market. Chelster Hall, as it's called, has been up for sale since last year — I guess there aren't enough multimillionaires interested in having there own chapel onsite.
Limestone fireplaces, domed ceilings, and a theatre room with custom Lamborghini seating can all be yours with the purchase of the Saint George Manor. This French chateau sits on 5 tree-filled acres on Doulton Drive, one of the swankiest streets in the country.
This mansion from 1922 has been completely rebuilt into a stylish architectural abode with a pretty city view. Equipped with seven rooms and nine bathrooms, residents can marvel at the koi aquarium and massive dining room while guests get their own accessory building.
Sort of where you'd imagine the Von Trapp family to live, if they were Canadian, the Belmont Mansion is all symmetry with a butterfly staircase (for the kids to harmonize on), wrap-around balconies, and a crescent driveway where guests can park when they arrive to the ball.
It doesn't get more prestigious than the Bridle Path in Toronto. With over 35,000,ooo square feet, this estate has plenty of room to fit nine bedrooms, a cathedral ballroom, and a regal pillar entrance. Plus, you'll practically be neighbourhoods with Drake.
The home on this property doesn't look like much, but the main sell here is the land, which stretched 97 acres.Right now part of the acreage is being farmed, and the property is being rented out, but with all that land, it's only your imagination (and what's agriculturally feasible) setting the limits for what you can do.
Ever wanted to live in a fancy log cabin? Sitting on the edge of the Great Bear Rainforest is this luxury wilderness retreat that can fit 30 guests in four different buildings, which include timber lodges and a hot tub overlooking the water.
This stone haven exudes old world luxury. Built in 1926, it spans 30,000 square feet of private land on Westmount's prestigious Av. Forden, and comes equipped with its onw tennis court and heated in-ground pool.
You won't have to travel to Italy to experience Tuscan grandeur with the six-bedroom Villa Di Fonti. This 72-acre property includes its own Helipad, 10 acres of private vineyard, and two lakes. One of them's good for fishing while the other one has its own white sand beach.
The Whitby Estates is a pretty new neighbourhood, but the high-end homes here easily have some of the best views in West Vancouver. Outdoor and indoor pools are pretty standard for these properties but this home boasts a particularly majestic presence with three floors and five fireplaces.
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