These are the most expensive listings in Canada right now (PHOTOS)

May 2 2019, 1:38 am

Tennis courts, putting greens, home movie theatres, in-home gyms, and panoramic waterfront views are just some of the amenities available in Canada’s priciest pads.

Not to mention the impressive square footages and the brilliant designs are what truly symbolize high-end living at its finest.

But as you can imagine, price tags for these unique listings don’t come cheap and most of us can only dream of what it would be like to live in one of them.

But if you’ve been thinking about upgrading your current digs for something a bit more on the luxurious side, this list of the most expensive listings currently for sale in Canada might give you an idea of what living in one of these stunning pads might be like.

The listings are located from coast to coast and range in price from $1.9 million to $19.8 million and what should come as no surprise is that the two most expensive listings are located in Toronto and Vancouver.

So, pack your bags and get ready to move, these are currently the ten most expensive homes for sale in Canada. 

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10. $1.9 million: Halifax – 37 Boscobel Road

37 Boscobel Road / Courtesy of David Dunn via

  • Living Space: Over 5,000-sq-ft
  • Unique Feature: Ocean Frontage
  • Features: 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

9. $1.9 million: Saskatoon – 858 Saskatchewan Crescent East

858 Saskatchewan Cres E / Courtesy of Slade Desrochers via

  • Lot Space: 8,795-sq-ft
  • Unique Features: In-floor LED lighting in entry and stairs and the best view of the historic Delta Bessborough
  • Features: 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms

8. $2.35 million: Calgary – 104 Lynx Ridge Road

104 Lynx Ridge Rd Nw, Calgary/ Courtesy of Josh Hamilton via

  • Living Space: Over 5,500-sq-ft
  • Unique Feature: ¾ acre lot on the Lynx Ridge Golf Club
  • Features: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms

7. $2.9 million: Ottawa – 10 Chancellor Court

10 Chancellor Court / Courtesy of Charles Sezlik via

  • Lot Space: 68 x 200-sq-ft
  • Unique Feature: An indoor waterfall
  • Features: 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms

6. $3.5 million: Edmonton – 60 Windermere Drive

60 Windermere Drive/Images courtesy of Alan H. Gee via

  • Living Space: Approximately 8,000-sq-ft
  • Unique Features: The Michelin kitchen and gym
  • Features: 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms

5. $4.49 million: Kelowna – 5432 Lakeshore Road

5432 Lakeshore Road / Courtesy of Lora Proskiw via

  • Lot Space: 43,560-sq-ft
  • Unique Feature: Panoramic views to the Okanagan Lake shoreline
  • Features: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms

4. $7.25 million: Victoria – 2530 Queenswood Drive

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2530 Queenswood Drive / Courtesy of Glynis MacLeod via

  • Living Space: 6,103-sq-ft
  • Unique Features: The rocky, breathtaking oceanside
  • Features: 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms

3. $7.9 million: Hamilton – 1000 Sulphur Springs Road

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1000 Sulphur Springs Road / Courtesy of Taleen Mirzayan via

  • Living Space: Nearly 12,000-sq-ft
  • Unique Feature: Fitness studio
  • Features: 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms

2. $16.9 million: Vancouver – 3426 Osler Street

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3426 Osler Street / Courtesy of Peter Saito PREC* via

  • Living Space: 8,000-sq-ft
  • Unique Features: Slovakian bohemian crystal chandelier
  • Features: 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms

1. $19.8 million: Toronto – 124 Park Road

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124 Park Road / Courtesy of Richard Silver via

  • Living Space: Over 11,000-sq-ft
  • Unique Features: An underground tunnel connecting the main house to the coach house
  • Features: 5 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms

All information featured in this story was accurate as of April 17, 2019. 

As of May 1, the most expensive living is this $21.5 million mansion in Toronto. 

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