The other day we posted about Vancouver’s priciest penthouse, but we just got wind of the top 10 expensive homes in Canada thanks to the Huffington Post. The penthouse makes the grade at number 2 on the list, but here are some of our other favourites.
Coming in at number 1 on the list is this palatial home in Vancouver (pictured above). Located on the well-known and ritzy street The Crescent, it features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, five fireplaces, three walk-in closets in the master bedroom, and a billiards room. Oh, and carries a pricetag of $31.9 million.
Number 4 on the list is this home in the Bridle Path district of Toronto. It features snow melting technology (that’s a thing?), a car elevator, and a few other smart-home perks. So what will it cost you? Oh, just $23.9 million…
No, this isn’t a fancy hotel, it’s the 10th home on the most-expensive list. In the Shaugnessy Heights neighbourhood of Vancouver, it features an indoor pool, sauna, “Versailles-style great room”, and a custom home theatre by the design firm La Scala. The price tag? A now affordable-sounding $17.8 million.
At number 8 on the list is the only home to not be found in Toronto or Vancouver. This Caledon mansion has been owned by the same family for 100 years. Not only is there this gorgeous main home, but four additional residences, a tennis court, swimming pool, hiking tails, and a lake. It’s $19 million, in case you were curious.
Want to see some more Canadian mega homes? Check them out here!