This is what a $2 million home looks like in cities across Canada
Home prices in Canada are expected to be on the up-and-up in 2020, according to Canada's national housing agency. That's good news to nobody — though if your budget rests somewhere around $2 million, you're better equipped to shell out the average amount of at least $506,200 for a home than the rest of us.
Here's what you can get for $2 million in cities across Canada.
Sitting pretty on an acre of land off a ravine by Old Kingston Road is this five bedroom bungalow that comes with fully manicured landscaping. The highlight: an indoor kidney-shaped pool with skylights for a sunny midday swim.
This stately abode in Old Tuxedo was built in 1935, and has since been upgraded into a slightly more modern home, but with some original detailing intact. The foyer's massive staircase is a main selling point, as is its beamed ceiling and lush surrounding area.
Head to Haysboro, one of the most affluent neighbourhoods in Calgary, to check out this custom six-roomer selling for just under $2 million. A walk-in closet, claw foot tub, and a 14-foot-high garage are all part of this home situated just a few minutes from downtown.
Fun orange accents set this luxury four-bedroom duplex apart from its neighbours in the Cedar Cottage community. This tech-heavy home was built just this year, and includes WiFi hubs on every floor, a built-in smart home system, and complete security system.
Nestled in the Saint-Laurent neighbourhood, more specifically in the prestigious "Domain Leduc Saint-Laurent," this two-storey home with five bedrooms sits right in the centre of four different parks, meaning lots of surrounding greenery.
This historic home built in 1910 has been renovated with brick and stucco. You'll feel extra cozy in The Glebe neighbourhood, especially since the home boasts woodsy accents and five fireplaces. There's also a great room, with impressive 13-foot-tall ceilings.
Selling for just under $1.9 million is a fully-renovated two-storey home. One of the main features is a view of the historic Delta Hotels Bessborough in the Central Business District, though a hot tub is a pretty good sell too.
This Kearney Lake retreat is a nature-lovers dream, especially if you're a water sports kind of family. This serene lakefront getaway, which is selling for $4K less than $2 million, comes equipped with a sweet little reading nook, private balcony, and tons of natural light.
Right on the bank of the North River and steps from downtown Charlottetown is a sprawling property with 7,400 square feet. Charlottetown's market is a lot less pricey than other cities, so you can get all this plus a barn for an asking price of $1,590,000.
The priciest homes in Yellowknife cap off around $1 million, so you'd technically be able to buy a couple of abodes this northern city. This particular property is selling for $1,050,000, and comes with three storeys and an unobstructed view of Yellowknife Bay.
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