10 Most Expensive Houses in Canada

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Canada is home to some of the most amazing houses in the World are here we showcase 10 of the most expensive with many in and around the Vancouver area. Like many economies around the world, the Canadian housing market suffered in the past five years. The prices and volume of real estate prices declined in Toronto and Vancouver by considerable amounts. However, homes on the high end of the market retain their impressive price tags and here are 10 examples of these:

2190 Camelot Rd, West Vancouver
$39.9 million

This house sits on 5.44 acres of land made up of 3 legal lots along a sloping hill with amazing views over downtown Mainland and Vancouver Island. You can actually buy only the land and existing house and that will cost $25 million. The price will go up to almost $40 million with the construction of a mansion. There is one lot at the bottom and this will connect to the two lots above through Camelot Road. Up to three buildings can be built on the estate. The existing house is not bad itself, as it already features a tennis court, 11 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms with a separate dollhouse, horse barn, tennis court and hiking trails.

The icing on the cake is the house’s amazing view as it overlooks downtown, the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island. If the mansion construction is included, the developer undertakes to build a house measuring 21,000 square feet with 16-car garage, maid’s quarters, two-level office, two Infiniti Edge pools and guesthouse which as you can see from this plan looks pretty special:

3810 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
$37.9 million

West Bay waterfront property featuring over 400 feet a level 34,380 square foot lot. This amazing opportunity rarely becomes available on the Pointe. Featuring Spectacular 180 degree breathtaking views of the city, harbour, Point Grey and out along the mighty Georgia Strait to Vancouver Island. This spectacular property has the potential to be subdivided into 3 waterfront properties with brand new 8,000 square foot mansions with triple car garages, infinity pools and up to 32 foot boat garages.

This is an artists impression of what the property could look like:

1903 Chemin du Bord-du-Lac Road (TuLyons), Montreal
$27 million

This chateau like mansion spans 41,684 square feet and has nine bedrooms and bathrooms along with two expansive wings. The west wing houses the dining room, den, kitchen and a swimming pool along with access to the lake. The east wing contains a game room, garage, library and maid’s quarters in addition to an office and professional kitchen. Both wings offer outdoor terraces.

9 High Point Road, Toronto
$26.8 million

The amazing two-storey concrete and stone mansion offers 40,000 square feet of space and stands in one of Toronto’s prominent areas. The home has nine bedrooms and 13 bathrooms along with a music room and theater. Passing through a connecting tunnel, residents access the sports area, which houses an indoor bowling alley, swimming pool and tennis court.

75 Highland Cres, Toronto
$23.9 million

The modern styled, but modest looking 13,600 square foot home has two stories containing four bedrooms and six bathrooms. White oak comprises the floors throughout and a grand double marble staircase accesses the upper floors. The home also has a game room, multiple pools, sauna and wine cellar along with a snowmelt system.

8988 Highway 99 HY, Whistler
$23 million

Resembling a French chateau, the home lies in a gated community and has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The Blackcomb and Whistler mountains form the backdrop, providing quick access to skiing. The frontal view overlooks Green Lake

2100 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville
$22 million

The home exterior consists of limestone and stone along with copper and slate. Constructed for energy efficiency, the residence has a Crestron system, cat 6 wiring, cameras, mobile phone booster, security system and a wireless network. A central control panel regulates audio/visual equipment. The home stands on 1.8 acres of land and 1.4 acres of waterfront that offers picturesque views over Lake Ontario.


5771 Newton Wd, Vancouver
$20 million

Spanning 11,567 square feet of living space, the home has a kitchen filled with high-end appliances and a spacious patio for outdoor entertaining. Exquisite features include granite counter tops and floors along with a fully equipped home gym, indoor pool, steam room and sauna. Professional landscaping includes expansive gardens.

5240 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
$19.8 million

This home offers 7,000 square feet of living space that includes five bedrooms and bathrooms. The 350 foot waterfront holds views over the island and the ocean. Other structures include a maid’s quarters, three car garage and guest cottage. Expansive gardens, lawns and swimming pool comprise the exterior.

PH 4201 1077 W Cordova St, Vancouver
$19.8 million

This penthouse residence has four bedrooms, a modern kitchen, and a limestone fireplace plus an office, climate-controlled wine room and large exterior decks. The apartment comes with four parking spaces and private storage. Penthouse residents enjoy views of the Burrard Inlet, Coal Harbour and English Bay in addition to Five Sails, Lions Gate Bridge and Stanley Park.

We hope you enjoyed these 10 most expensive houses in Canada. These properties are way out of reach for the majority of us but hey, we can dream can’t we! For those of you looking to buy or invest in a house in Canada then it’s a really good time to buy with interest rates so low. Mortgage deals are very good at the moment, especially if you use a mortgage rate comparison site to find the best mortgage deal such as http://www.mortgagerates.ca