Whether you’re into real estate or just like to browse through unique listings like we do, there’s no denying that home prices are at an all-time high in Vancouver –¬†with other Canadian cities skyrocketing as well.

For folks who are interested, Point2homes has released a list of the most expensive homes in Canada and they’ve listed the top properties currently on the market in each province. From the $39M Whistler sanctuary to the $2.6M historic home in Gatineau, QC – here are the most expensive homes currently for sale in each Canadian province.

5462 Stonebridge Drive, Whistler, BC – $39M

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This 6-bedroom 9.5-bath home sits on a whopping 7.27-acre lot surrounded by towering mountains and treetops, and sweeping views of Alta Lake. Complete with a floating staircase, one-of-a-kind infinity pool, and over 3,000 square feet of outdoor deck and terrace space. Honestly, the pictures speak for themselves!

2275 Doulton Drive, Mississauga, ON – $37.5M

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This magnificent estate is surely a palace if we’ve ever seen one. Towering crystal chandeliers, marble flooring, eye-catching French detailing, and even an indoor swimming pavilion – this property is giving us major “Oliver Warbucks” vibes. Each of the six bedrooms comes with its own private ensuite and walk-in closet, and many of them have balconies overlooking the stunning grounds. In terms of amenities, there’s also a full workout facility that rivals most gyms, plus a full nightclub and bar! What more could you ever need?

3165 Place de Ramezay, Montreal, QC – $35M

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Fans of exposed brick will absolutely love this property’s outdoor pool and deck. A quiet, two-storey home located near Westmount and downtown Montreal, 3165 Place de Ramezay is proof that a modern, minimalist interior can be met with an old-town style charm. The 8-bed/15-bath mansion has been meticulously renovated, so you know everything is top-notch.

123 Cairns Landing, Canmore, AB – $12.7M

Photo via The Starnes Group

Photo via The Starnes Group

This 10,000-square-foot ‘Architectural Digest’ showpiece is situated among some beautiful Albertan snow-capped mountains. With major ski resorts and the charming “downtown” Canmore within arm’s reach, this property is pretty much set. Stand-out features include entryway totem poles, wood-burning stone fireplaces, a passenger elevator, and outdoor living rooms galore. Plus, there’s a hidden staircase leading to a stone wine grotto and a two-storey library! Who said reading nooks had to be small.

1063 Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg, MB – $8,499,900

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Priced just under 8.5M, this 6-bedroom / 11-bath art-deco style estate is located on 1.7 acres of riverfront land, offering maximum privacy to residents. Custom-built in 2006, every inch, feature, and material has been carefully selected for its aesthetic value, quality, and craftsmanship. This is ‘the entertainer’ of this list – with an amazing family room, grand foyer, games room, media room, and wine cellar. In terms of pools, there’s an indoor pool and an inground outdoor pool by the guest cottage.

1160 Rockcliffe Street, Halifax, NS – $7,450,000

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This two-storey Halifax home sits on a beautifully landscaped, 27,400 square-foot lot on the NW Arm, boasting million-dollar panoramic views. Picture floor-to-ceiling windows in nearly every room, an open-concept kitchen and breakfast bar, dining area, and living room with a propane fireplace. Plus, you’ve got a full fitness room, a rec room, and a separate boathouse.

1367 Mill River East Road, Mill River East, Prince Edward Island – $4,750,000

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This one’s a colourful, airy, waterfront escape. The ‘Birdsong’ estate is steps away from Prince Edward Island’s north shore and incredible sand dunes and beaches. Scenic vistas, elegant rooms, and a state-of-the-art geothermal system that is super energy efficient – everything is all set up at this future dream home.

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400 Lakeshore Drive, Wee Too Beach, SK – $3.9M

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For folks who are into bungalows, this one’s for you. This mountain-lake property is truly one-of-a-kind, custom-built to include a fantastic home office, craft room, and massive waterfront deck. As for the boathouse, there’s a 200-foot built-in track to take the 20-foot Harris pontoon boat out on the water.

48-58 Doran’s Lane, Middle Cove Logy Bay Outer Cove, NL – $2.9M

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Nestled on a private 4.3-acre lot in the community of Outer Cove is a unique, spacious, four-bedroom home with 16-foot ceilings and a wall of windows overlooking the ocean/ The gourmet kitchen, formal dining room, private sunroom, and a large office are just the start. There’s also a large family room and triple car garage complete with a workshop area that car enthusiasts are sure to love.

114 Riverside, Shediac, NB

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If you dig original oak floors, you’ll definitely appreciate the last expensive home on this list! The Webster House is located in the heart of Shediac with sweeping views of the Bay, accessible to the beach, golf courses, and the Moncton International Airport. The home features an elegant, open staircase, foyer, den, sunroom, and two sets of french doors. Outdoor amenities include a pool house complete with a bath and shower, a tennis court, and a wine cellar.

Well, that’s the list, folks. The most expensive homes currently on the market in Canada are all there – and while their price tags are definitely out of our price range, we’re happy to keep dreamin’.