This is what a $3.5 million home looks like in cities across Canada
Last week someone in Ottawa won $3.5 million Lotto 6/49 jackpot.
Now, if I was the lucky winner I probably wouldn't spend it all in one place BUT if you were to spend it all in one place here's what $3.5 million could get you in various cities around the country.
There isn't really much available at a $3.5 million price point. The closest thing is a $4 million home in Headingley. But this home is only $2.5 million and anywhere else in Canada this stunning modern home would be worth $3.5 million easy.
This newly built home is located in Douglas Park and Cambie Village. It's cute with a modern Pintrest worthy interior. The basement is also it's own separate unit that could be rented out for some extra income.
For $3.5 million you can get this luxury riverfront home in Calgary. The home has five bedrooms, nine bathrooms and all the bells and whistles. And while being riverfront is sometimes a risk in Calgary, this home was built to withstand a 100 year flood.
Nestled in the prestigious Hogg's Hallow is this quaint home. It's listed as is or to build a new home. As is, the home is dated, a bit dark and cramped but by no means unlivable. $3.5 million is still a lot of money to spend on home just to rip it down.
The listing for this home starts off "imagine life in your own private castle". It's literally everything you'd want in a mansion. The home is built in the Rideau Forest with an old world architecture style. It has hardwood floors, tall ceilings, salt-water pools, gym, home theater and more.
There are only two homes in all of Saskatoon at this price point. This home is just a little over $3.5 million and overlooks the river and is filled with luxury finishes. The home definitely isn't everyone's style but the views, the construction and the overall square-footage are worth it.
This five bedroom, three bathroom stone house is close to downtown Montreal and Westmount. The home has an old European charm even though it was built in 2004. It has towering ceilings, lots of natural light and no backyard neighbours.
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