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Luxury Listings in Canada

Do you dream of living in Luxury? Enjoy looking at the beauty of refined architecture? This post is for you!

Feast your eyes on these beautiful properties from our neighbors up north. These are the most expensive houses for sale in Canada.


Luxury Homes


Newfoundland and Labrador: $1.85 million

This home has a timeless elegance. The home speaks of the extravagance of the original owners who had it build over 100 years ago. The finest workmanship is displayed in the ornate exterior and intricate interior wood detailing. Some of the original features include beveled glass, intricate plaster work, 12′ ceilings, multiple fireplaces, and vast entertaining space. Take a look at this foyer complete with fireplace, detailed inlaid hardwood floors and an amazing Grand Staircase rumored to have been built by the same craftsman who build the staircase for the Titanic. A careful restoration in the past 5 yrs has brought some of the finest modern amenities. Each bedroom features spa inspired suites with in-floor heated marble, glass showers & jetted tubs.


New Brunswick: $2.9 million

This is actually two finished homes on 235 acres providing endless potential. Would be ideal as a game resort, retreat or, unique B & B business. Watch the swans gently swim across the private lake or fish for trout. The property has 5 miles of fencing that is stroll through the woods.

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Saskatchewan: $3.8 million

A place like this in Vancouver or Toronto could easily run you a cool $10 million, but in Regina all it takes is $3.8 million (pocket money, right?). The pictures speak for themselves, click the image to view a slideshow. This six-bedroom, four-bath property has parking space for six cars and has more than 6,000 square feet of living space, including some pretty breathtaking staircases and foyers, and one heck of a billiard room.

Manitoba: $4.75 million

This place is huge — more than 13,000 square feet of living space in this five-bedroom, nine-bath house in Winnipeg. The house features 24-foot ceilings, a wine cellar, wet bar, media room and gym. There are also numerous terraces, an infinity spool, spa and gazebo. You could almost start a fitness club out of this place.

Nova Scotia: $6.7 million

This unique property in Ketch Harbour, N.S. certainly has a unique location. There are three bedrooms and five baths in this 6,000-square-foot house. This is a newly built 6,000 sq. ft. oceanfront residence. It is a series of interlocking pavilions constructed of reinforced concrete and window walls of star fire glass to capture the amazing, endless ocean views. Quality limestone has been imported from Italy for the flooring and also used for the exterior terraces and patios, creating a uniform look throughout. All lighting fixtures have been custom designed for this home. In-floor heating and central air conditioning provides year round comfort. The property is secure and monitored by several web link security cameras. 40 acre lot with 1650 feet of oceanfront.

P.E.I.: $6.95 million

This 13,500-square-foot house on the north shore of P.E.I. (Anne of Green Gables country) boasts 11 acres of land, a custom design, six bedrooms and nine baths. This spectacular north shore architectural gem, sits on a bluff facing the awesome expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. Every effort was made to build a house meant to last generations. The exterior of the house features Cape Cod siding & imported Pennsylvania field stone. The stone walls and all of the patios are capped in Pennsylvania flagstone, giving the house a natural feel that blends into the surrounding landscape.


Alberta: $12.7 million

This 10,000 square foot property features outdoor living rooms to take in the scenery, a great hall with totem poles, a two-story library and five fireplaces. There are six bedroom as well. The Bow River flows past and miles of walking and biking trails begin at your own doorstep. Features include exceptional architectural design, the great hall with towering totem poles, six bedrooms, a hidden staircase leading to the stone wine grotto, massive wood-burning stone fireplaces, a two-story library, an opulent kitchen, a lavish formal dining room, designer furnishings and fabrics, a passenger elevator, ‘Chauffeur’s’ quarters, a lower level theater room and a large game room. Completely furnished and equipped.

Quebec: $25 million

An exciting and refined lifestyle awaits you in this “gated estate” featuring a main residence and three guest houses. The timeless architecture and flawless masterwork design of this opulent residence compliments the manicured grounds that gently slope toward Lake Mephremagog. Feel free to bring your friends and family, there is parking spaces for 65 cars. Yes, 65!

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No interior photos available

British Columbia: $35 million

This beautifully restored heritage residence includes formal rooms, 2 wine cellars, oak floors, stained glass windows, gourmet kitchen, and oak paneled elevator. $35 million is a ton of money for a house, but technically, this is two houses — both sides of this duplex are for sale together. The current owner has connected both units for easy access. The property can remain as two houses or be integrated into one — in which case it’s a 12,200-square-foot house with nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and nine fireplaces. Sorry, no interior shots of the property are available, but we’re willing to bet it’s pretty awesome.

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