Here are the 5 most expensive homes in Canada, right now
We can live vicariously through these photos, right?
While factors like mortgage stress testing may have caused the Canadian housing market to cool ever so slightly, one can still dream about what one would do with any of these - the five most expensive homes for sale in Canada right now. Some are mansions, some have helipads (naturally), and they all have one thing in common: $cha$ching$.
So, if you want to get in the real estate game now, here's what you might have to look forward to.
We recently featured this house in all its opulence. Chester Hall boasts 6 bedrooms (modest) and 14 bathrooms (yowsa) and not 10, not 20, but 42 parking spaces. Just in case you have 42 cars.
It also includes a chapel on the grounds, games room, indoor and outdoor pools, theatre room, tennis court, and 10 acres of waterfront access to Lake Ontario.
If you're looking for a new place to call home, or are interested in some Downton Abbey cosplay, then this massive mansion is for you.
Listed as just over 20,000 square feet, this West Vancouver pad was built in 1985 and got an extensive renovation in 2017. The main house includes an office, billiards room, indoor pool, sauna, wine cellar, and media room.
Outside it boasts 2.82 acres with a tennis court and private access to the creek.
This little behemoth is a 3 minute drive from Drake's new mansion in the exclusive Bridle Path neighbourhood of Toronto. So you'd basically be neighbours.
Unlike the other homes listed above, this one comes with 3-storeys on a 4-acre lot. It's got 9 bedrooms,14 bathrooms, a tennis court, indoor pool, elevator, and even a golf cart so you can put around the grounds.
The interiors of this home is a bit more classic with 18th century type architecture and tons (literally) of granite and marble.
We've actually featured this Vancouver condo in the past, but the price tag has come way down to a more affordable $34.9 million from a previously listed $58 million.
It's got 360 degree panoramic views of the ocean, 8,000 square feet of living space, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, soaring 20 foot ceilings and a seven car private garage. Maintenance will run you about $4,762 bucks monthly.
For a piddly $28.8 million, you can have this post and beam dream on a 340 acre estate that comes complete with it's own logo.
Fawn Bluff Cove is being marketed as "the quintessential Canadian retreat". It's got a private lake (stocked with rainbow trout), a Founder's Lodge, Guest House, Lake Cottage and staff quarters for 8 of your favourite employees.
It doesn't end there.
It's also got an expandable dock, helipad, heli hanger, gym, 3 SUVs, 6 ATVs, hiking trails, over 5km of vehicle and bike paths and is completely self-sufficient.