Real estate portal Point2 Homes has released a list of the most expensive homes in Canada, with properties in BC, Ontario and Alberta all making the cut.
To compile the annual list, researchers mined the Point2 Homes’ database, as well as other national portals and brokerages’ listings, according to spokesperson Cristina Jisa.
Topping the resulting list is a palatial estate in Vancouver, listed at a total of $63 million, complete with gardens inspired by the Palace of Versailles.
If that’s a little too steep for you, how about the last house on the list, another Vancouver residence, set amid old growth forest, listed at a bargain $25 million?
Here’s the full list for you to enjoy:
Situated on 1.28 acres, this custom-designed 21,977 square-foot property is the family home of billionaire Canadian philanthropists Joseph and Rosalie Segal.
The palatial home features five bedrooms, twelve bathrooms, and three storeys all served by an elevator, as well as a three-tiered garden inspired by the French gardens of Versailles.
It even includes a private Porte-Cochère entry into two gallery halls with seating 100 guests for private concerts, and what we imagine is the sweeping staircase of our dreams.
This gem has been on the market for a while, and we included it on a previous list back in March.
If taken together, this package deal in Vancouver’s wealthy Shaughnessy neighbourhood is the second most expensive property on Point2 Homes’ list.
Not only will you get a 10,000 sq.ft., four level heritage home, built in 1912, with five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, you’ll also get….
…a three-bedroom villa, covering 3,700 sq. ft…
…and a four-bedroom garden house, covering 3,415 sq. ft.
This exclusive waterfront mansion sits on a lot covering 35,000 sq. ft. The residence itself is 10,165 sq.ft, with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
Yet another property boasting Versailles inspirations, this landmark French-style chateau and country estate offers more than 4 acres of luxury.
As well as nine bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, it also features a two-storey pool and ballroom, Italian marble floors, a tennis court, and a butler’s loft.
This 160-acre equestrian estate on the Elbow River features an 11,800 sq.ft. luxury home, with six bedrooms, a six-vehicle garage, carriage house, and a 3,700 sq.ft. staff quarters.
Another one that’s been on the market for a while.
This gated estate sits on its own private peninsula, and features an 8,445 sq.ft. home, with four bedrooms, as well as a private beach and more than 650 ft. of natural shoreline.
Also still on the market…
Gables Estate sits on 4.25 acres and includes a 10,000 sq.ft. Tudor-style mansion, with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, an infinity pool, two golf greens and a private lagoon.
This luxury home was built in 1915 and has a living area of 8,139 sq.ft on a lot of 35,501 sq.ft., featuring five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, an indoor pool, and nanny’s quarters.
This two-storey rancher with basement boasts 12,480 sq.ft of living space on a lot 10 times the size, featuring five bedroom, seven bathrooms, and 314 feet of waterfront.
This property offers 5,801 sq.ft. of living space, with seven bedrooms and five bathrooms – but according to the listing, the real potential could be in future development.
Another luxurious property still up for grabs!
This 5.6 acre gated estate set amid old growth forest features a 8,537 sq.ft. mansion, with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, six fireplaces, and a river running right outside.
Thought that was it? We have one more treat for you. The actual most expensive home for sale in Canada right now is still Chelster Hall.
However, Point2 Homes couldn’t include it in their list, because they did not receive permission from the brokerage managing its sale to include it on their list.
We thought we’d include it here though, in case you have an extra $65 million to spare:
This “modern-day castle” has been on the market for a while, and was previously featured in a list of expensive properties earlier this year.
It was built by Hugo Powell for his family, inspired by a real-life English estate hundreds of years old. However, after a decade living there, it’s time to sell.
Chelster Hall offers a main home covering 39,000 sq.ft. with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, as well as a gate house, lakeside house, and chapel on a lot of 10.3 acres.
Also for your enjoyment, a two-storey library, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a bowling alley, a home theatre, a state-of-the-art wine cellar, a sauna, and heated floors.
Still worth every cent, we reckon!