When we were a kid, we truly believed that anyone with million dollars had it made, but the rich just kept getting richer and the bar has been raised significantly. While that’s still more money than many people will see in a lifetime, it’s clear to us now that won’t buy you a Scrooge McDuck-style castle. Instead, those with 6 figure bank accounts will have to settle for something that just crosses the line of ‘better than average.’
Ready to do some shopping? Here are just a few homes that you can purchase for $1 million in Alberta right now.
Described as “Bow Valley’s next resort-style townhome development,” these brand-new townhomes have 1,195 square feet of space, direct exterior access, luxurious kitchens and access to the complex’s hot tub area. The best part? It’s located in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
With 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, this 2,350 square foot home has 14-foot ceilings, high-end appliances in the kitchen, walk-in closets, a wet bar, a wine cellar and a theatre. Located in Red Deer, this neighbourhood is quiet and located near elementary and high schools.
Located in Edmonton, Alberta, this brand new 3-storey home has a rooftop patio and covered loft, in addition to its 2,300 square feet of space. With 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, those who purchase this home can enjoy hardwood flooring, brick accents, a gas fireplace and an open-concept floor plan (just to name a few features.)
With plenty of windows and a walk-through concept, this Calgary home is move-in ready and has 2600 square feet of space. With luxurious finishes, large bedrooms and even a home office, live within walking distance to SAIT, Kensington, Sunnyside and more.
Located in Rural Lethbridge County, this adorable farm-style home has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and gets tons of natural light. With plenty of space, charm, and modern finishes throughout, this unique home will cost its future buyer just under a million dollars.
Well, there you have it, friends – a few examples of just what a $1 Million home actually looks like in Alberta. Were you expecting more? How about less? Let us know in the comments!