The Most Expensive Homes You Can Buy (Right Now!) In Canada

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Winnipeg, Man. — $11M

What can $11 million buy you in Winnipeg? A whole lot of house, it seems. The Manitoba capital's most expensive home hit the market this month, bearing a record-setting price tag for the European-style art deco mansion. The six-bedroom, four-bathroom property at 1063 Wellington Crescent is certainly nothing to sniff at. As far as pricy estates go in Canada, though, the 23,000-square-foot home doesn’t quite reach the top end.

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The Bridle Path, Toronto — $25M

Currently listed on Realtor.ca for $25 million, broker Barry Cohen says the listing price for this landmark French chateau on Toronto’s storied The Bridle Path is currently undervalued, and could go up. The majestic nine-bedroom stone manor features its own ballroom, tennis court, tile pool and is described as “a paradise of privacy and exclusivity.” :::Bridle Path House Exterior::: /stevenandchris/content/images/__common/_slideshow/_fullslide/bridlepath-int.jpg:::

The Bridle Path, Toronto — $25M

Inside, expect gilt bronze chandeliers, sconces and European hard-carved marble mantles, as well as aged Italian marble floors and a butler’s loft. It’s a mansion that “exudes pure elegance,” according to the listing, and it sure looks it.:::Bridle Path House Interior::: /stevenandchris/content/images/__common/_slideshow/_fullslide/bridle-path-pool.jpg:::

The Bridle Path, Toronto — $25M

And finally, the pool. The background: According to Barry Cohen, it was once owned by infamous financier Robert Campeau, who was forced to sell when his company was unable to meet its debt obligations. The current owners bought it in 2002 and spent 13 years restoring it and filling it with 17th-century period pieces.

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Kettle Lake, Alta. — $24.9M

If you have visions of the ranch lifestyle surrounded by exquisite mountain vistas, this is the luxury home for you. The main house’s imported kitchen cabinetry alone, sent from South Carolina, is worth $1 million, according to listing agent Mark Evernden.

“And it’s just 15 minutes to Calgary,” Evernden says

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Kettle Lake, Alta. — $24.9M

The entire estate, which includes two houses, sits on 242 acres of a wildlife corridor near Kettle Lake, while the main house features exposed wood beams, stone archways, high-end appliances and fine millwork blending modern accoutrements with rustic finishings.

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Whistler, B.C. — $22M

Talk about the ultimate ski chalet. This private gated property at 6715 Crabapple Drive encompasses 5.24 acres of land just minutes from Whistler’s bustling village. The estate is surrounded by pine trees, with a view of the iconic Blackcomb Mountain.

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Whistler, B.C. — $22M

Inside the home is a mixture of elegance with “warmth and inviting spaces, achieved through use of indigenous materials.” As far as first impressions go, not many other homes can boast having a “40-foot entrance silo” in the primary residence. :::Crabapple Drive Interior::: /stevenandchris/content/images/__common/_slideshow/_fullslide/194Roxborough-ext.jpg:::

Toronto, Ont. — $28M

A house with a name is a classy house. “Integral House” in Toronto’s tony north Rosedale neighbourhood boasts four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a spa level, and an “acoustically perfect” concert hall that can seat 200 guests within the estate’s 17,000 square feet of “mesmerizing” space.

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Toronto, Ont. — $28M

The concave and convex glass upper structure was fabricated in Spain, providing panoramic view of a ravine.

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Magog, Que., — $25M

“Have you ever been to Versailles?” asks sales agent Marie-Yvonne Paint. “Well, this is like Versailles. In Quebec.”

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Magog, Que. — $25M

Constructed in 2012, the opulent gated mansion at 551 Rue Verchères was designed by Montreal luxury interior designer Daniel Basset, and features three guests houses and a home theatre. The main home overlooking Lake Memphremagog evokes old-world royalty with antique furnishings imported from France.

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