Want to take a peek into the lifestyles of the rich and famous? The most expensive homes for sale in Toronto should give you an idea.
It goes without saying that these homes are out of reach for most folks.
In fact, a couple have sat on the market for years and have actually dropped in price by over $15 million dollars.
Here are five of the most expensive homes for sale in Toronto, according to a new roundup by Strata.ca, to give you a glimpse into the top 1% lifestyle.
Just a stone’s throw away from Drake’s Bridle Path mansion, this majestic home is at the pre-drywall stage of its construction and is ready for its final touches.
The home sits on a private ravine and river in Toronto’s most prestigious neighbourhood.
Its listing history shows that it has been on and off the market for several years now and was originally $45 million, so the price has been significantly reduced.
The palatial Saint George Mansion of Mississauga’s esteemed Doulton Drive is truly a sight to behold. The interior will transport you to a museum or estate fit for royalty.
According to its listing history, the home has been on the market since 2019 when it was listed for $50 million. Talk about a price-drop!
Canada is home to many displays of architectural brilliance, but this $28 million Bridle Path mansion for sale is among the most impressive.
Described as “one of Canada’s most architecturally-significant residences,” 30 High Point Road is more than a home — it’s an “iconic contemporary landmark,” according to the Sotheby’s listing.
The home was built in 1973 by director and major share owner of one of Canada’s most successful corporations, Canadian Tire, and was designed by the acclaimed architect John C. Parkin.
This exquisite luxury home is the brainchild of several renowned architects, builders, and artists. It’s described as a “park like oasis” that blends modern design with the peaceful surroundings of nature. And it’s just a short distance from downtown.
It has five bedrooms and a whopping 11 bathrooms, plus “airport-level security” and an impressive entertainment and theatre room.
Down the street from the previous home is this work of art, “reminiscent of the finest European villas,” according to the listing.
The six-bedroom home boasts a grand foyer, state-of-the-art technology, soaring ceilings, and 14 garges — not to mention this dreamy resort-like pool.