Most expensive houses in the 7 biggest cities in Canada

At these prices, can you really afford NOT to buy a stately pile?

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1. Toronto: $28 million
1400—155 Cumberland St., Toronto—A Yorkville condo with 5,000 sq. ft. of terraces

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2. Montreal: $12.7 million
3956 Ch. de la Côte-des-Neiges—An Edwardian manor with stunning views of the city

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3. Vancouver: $34 million
5365 Seaside Place, West Vancouver—A waterfront property with indoor parking for your 10-m boat

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4. Calgary: $12 million
44 Aspen Ridge Heights St.—It’s a castle, with 14,500 sq. ft. of living space

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5. Edmonton: $15 million
5620 Whitemud Rd—A three-hectare backyard right on the North Saskatchewan River

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6. Ottawa: $6.9 million
390 Buena Vista Rd.—An English country manor with vast landscaped garden

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7. Quebec City: $2.9 million
650 Ave. Wilfrid-Laurier—A penthouse apartment with seven-metre-high windows

See also: Cheapest houses

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Most expensive houses in the 7 biggest cities in Canada

  1. The Montreal mansion is actually Maison Thompson (not to be confused with McGill’s Thompson House on McTavish). It’s part of the Îlot-Trafalgar-Gleneagles historic block. But it’s in a busy and noisy traffic island, really, and I think you’d be nuts to pay 12$ mill to live there. Save your money, kids.

  2. Vancouver is the best place. I agree with the comments below that mansion in Montreal is the most expensive.

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