This is the most expensive house for sale in Canada right now
The most expensive house for sale in Canada right now is so glamorous that it even comes with a name: Belmont Estate.
The Vancouver mansion will cost you a cool $58 million, which includes five bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a striking French Ormolu chandelier, and a grand hall that celebrated musicians have visited.
The luxurious home offers sweeping views over the Burrard Inlet, so you can enjoy sipping a morning coffee while gazing out over the water.
The European-style mansion is located near Vancouver's ritzy Point Grey area where Prince Harry and Meghan were reportedly looking at buying a $36 million mansion in January.
And Belmont Estate's fixtures are just as impressive as its neighbours.
The porte-cochère entrance way leads to a set of dramatic, oak cathedral doors. From there, visitors step through into a grand hallway with soaring ceilings.
The sitting room is perhaps the most eye-catching room on the main level, boasting unparalleled ocean and mountain views.
Between the striking granite fireplace, jaw-dropping chandelier, ornate crowd moulding and heavy velvet drapery, you'll basically feel like you've stepped into an English period film.
Meanwhile, the Georgian-inspired, full-service cocktail bar is a great place to impress any guests that you invite over to your casual $58 million mansion.
The coffered, French walnut ceilings, rich leather seating, and custom Tai Ping woven carpets are straight out of a James Bond film. Extra points if you serve a vesper martini.
After cocktails, it's probably time for dinner — and, fortunately, Belmont Estate offers a massive formal dining room that can fit you and your 19 closest friends.
Incidentally, this would also be a very fun place to have a game of musical chairs.
The upper level of Belmont Estate features a variety of private bedrooms each with their own ensuites and a private in-law suite.
The sprawling master bedroom boasts large walk-in closets, and at least one bedroom features a gorgeous glass shower with a view over the water.
But perhaps the most impressive part of Belmont Estate is actually outside of the main building; the Versaille-inspired gardens span over three tiers, including a private orchard.
Every spring season, the elegant gardens display over 12,000 tulips, hyacinth and daffodils in bloom, according to the listing.
You'll also find mature sequoia trees, golden spruce, rhododendrons, lilacs, magnolias, maples, manicured hedges and even a jaw-dropping waterfall.
Other impressive amenities at Belmont Estate include a hot tub, a steam room, heated floors, marble countertops, a private elevator, a wine grotto and even a wraparound deck.
Oh, and also a pool, of course.
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