Canada is the land of sky-high real estate prices -- especially after a two-year red-hot run that began at the onset of the pandemic. 

While the market has finally shown signs of cooling in recent months, as evidenced by softening home prices and less drama all around, the price tag on some of Canada’s most luxurious and expensive homes is as astounding as the abodes themselves. 

From coast to coast, Canada’s most luxurious and priciest properties offer comfortable design-forward interiors, cozy atmospheres, and some of the most impressive views in the world. 

At least, that’s what the residences (AKA estates) look like in a new list compiled by Point2 analysts of the most expensive homes currently on the market in every Canadian province, as well as in the nation’s 25 largest cities.

From $39M in the ideal ski destination of Whistler, BC, to $2.6M in historic Gatineau, QC, whether they serve as a permanent residence or as a sanctuary to get away from the world for a while, these dwellings are the crème de la crème for potential homebuyers in Canada -- the country’s 1%, that is. 

Not surprisingly, the homes in first and second spot for Canada’s priciest properties are in the notoriously expensive provinces of British Columbia and Ontario. From marble flooring and floating staircases, to those that house nightclubs and grand salons, these are the most expensive homes in Canada right now.

*Listings in order from most expensive to least

British Columbia

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  • Price: $39,000,000
  • Address: 5462 Stonebridge Drive, Whistler
  • Square Footage: 8,700
  • Features: 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, mountain estate with panoramic views, art installations, floating staircase, and more


expensive homes

  • Price: $37,500,000
  • Address: 2275 Doulton Drive, Mississauga
  • Square Footage: 26,000
  • Features: 7 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, nightclub, bar, Italian marble flooring, and more.


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  • Price: $35,000,000
  • Address: 3165 Place De Ramezay, Montréal
  • Square Footage: n/a
  • Features: 8 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, almost 13,000 square feet of land, inground heated pool, and more.


expensive homes

  • Price: $12,700,000
  • Address: 123 Cairns Landing, Canmore
  • Square Footage: 10,000
  • Features: 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 3-car garage, outdoor living rooms, wine grotto, two-story library, and more.


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  • Price: $8,499,900
  • Address: 1063 Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg
  • Square Footage: 18,000
  • Features: 6 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, 2 offices, media room, wine cellar, indoor and outdoor pools, guest cottage, and more.

Nova Scotia

expensive homes

  • Price: $7,450,000
  • Address: 1160 Rockcliffe Street, Halifax
  • Square Footage: 5,550
  • Features: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 100 feet of water frontage, fitness room, rec room, boathouse, whole home music system, and more.

Prince Edward Island

expensive homes


expensive homes

  • Price: $3,900,000
  • Address: 400 Lakeshore Drive, Wee Too Beach
  • Square Footage: 2,272
  • Features: 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, office, craft room, deck overlooking Last Mountain Lake, boathouse, 4-car garage, and more.

Newfoundland and Labrador

expensive homes

New Brunswick (Tie)

New b 1 bouctouche

  • Price: $2,750,000
  • Address: 25 G. E. Klomfass Avenue, Bouctouche
  • Square Footage: 3,304
  • Features: 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, waterfront views, vaulted ceilings, office, decks, 2-car garage, theatre room, and more.

New b 2 shediac

  • Price: $2,750,000
  • Address: 114 Riverside Promenade, Shediac
  • Square Footage: 10,000
  • Features: 14 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, views of Shediac Bay, grand salon, sunroom, office, wine cellar, pool, tennis court, and more.

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