15 Most Expensive Houses in Canada and Their Owners

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The most expensive houses in Canada are 3085 Point Grey Road Vancouver (KITSILANO), 4707 Belmont Avenue (Vancouver), Chelster Hall (Oakville), James Island (Gulf Islands), and 4719 Belmont Avenue (Vancouver).

Canada has been a very popular travel destination for people in recent years. The country is beautiful, with scenic forests and mountain views; the government policies are favorable, and the country’s vibe is welcoming overall.

More visitors means more people needing houses, which has resulted in the real estate industry of Canada seeing a significant increase, with more and more developers building even more luxurious homes by the day.

This has resulted in our research to bring you the 15 most luxurious houses in Canada with their owners, so sit tight.

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The 15 Most Expensive Houses In Canada

Here is the list of the most expensive houses, their prices, and their owners ranked from most expensive to least expensive.

1. 3085 Point Grey Road Vancouver (KITSILANO)

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Coming in as the first on the list is this whopping mansion that would make your pockets green with envy. The house is a whopping 15,700 square feet of living space built on 30,600 square feet of property. 

The house is located on the prestigious Golden Mile in Vancouver, a prestigious gated community designed by the celebrity architect Russell Hollingsworth, who also drew and laid the plans for this particular mansion. The house was built in 2008 and has occupied first place in luxury.

Price: $73.12 million                  

Owner: Chip Wilson, founder of Lululemon Athletica Inc

2. 4707 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver

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This is next on the list of the most luxurious houses in Canada, and this particular house makes me really believe ‘money answers all things. This house was also built and designed by Russell Hollingsworth in 2007, a year before the mansion that came before this one.

This mansion has ten bedrooms and 17 bathrooms and was designed to be a place that evokes awe at first glance. The house is located on the prestigious Belmont Avenue and is surrounded by Prime real estate on all sides. 

The house has 28,800 square feet of living space built on a spacious, luxurious private estate of 74,000 square feet.

Price: $65.46 million

Owner: Identity Shielded by Pisonii (PTC) Ltd.

3. Chelster Hall, Oakville, Ontario

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This is probably one of the most famous houses on this list and definitely deserves to be on the list of the most expensive houses in Canada. The mansion is 3,800 square feet and is set on immaculate lawns and gardens of almost 10 acres.

The mansion features 13 bathrooms and six bedrooms, wine cellars, tennis courts, and multiple classically designed master bedrooms. Living in this mansion will give you the feeling of living like a noble in a medieval castle.

The house has dropped in value, though, with the price declining sharply from 2019 till now.

Price: $58 million

Owner: Currently for sale but previously owned by Hugo Powell

4. James Island, Gulf Islands, B.C.

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If you want a property that guarantees the best privacy, then James Island is the best value for your money in Canada.

When you buy the 5000-square-foot house here, you get the 770-acre island as part of the purchase, making you the proud owner of the island. 

For your money, you get a private airstrip, an 18-hole golf course, six guest homes, and unrestricted, unfettered view and access to the ocean.

This is the perfect vacation home for anybody who can afford it, and if not for the fact that it might take me millions of years to cover the cost with my current salary, I would have definitely bought this mansion.

Price: $54.4 million

Owner: Craig McCaw

5. 4719 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver

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Built-in 1997, this is definitely one of the most expensive houses in Canada. Formwerks Architecture designed this home, and it has been an awe-inspiring symbol of luxury since it was completed.

The house features six bedrooms and ten bathrooms with a 7-foot-wide skylight and a beautiful glass chandelier. Guess what? This chandelier was also Mussolini’s property!

I love this home’s aesthetic and constantly stare at it, wishing it was mine. 

Price: $41.2 million              

Owner: Hassan Khosrowshahi

6. 1243 Chartwell Place, West Vancouver

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This is another very popular mansion in Canada, with pictures of it being brought up whenever expensive buildings are discussed.

The building was recently renovated in 2017, initially built in 1985, and boasts six master bedrooms and eight bathrooms, an indoor tennis court, a large swimming pool, media rooms, a sauna, and many other things.

The house is 20,000 square feet and is built on 2.8 acres of prime real estate.

The house is unique and symbolizes elite class and aesthetics.

Price: $39.9 million

Owner: For sale

7. 2815 Point Grey Road, Vancouver (Kitsilano)

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Overlooking the scenic English Bay, this house is on my bucket list of places to visit. Built-in 1962 and bordered by four nature parks, this is the best mansion for a private life free from paparazzi or unnecessary visits.

The beautiful house spans 9,301 square feet on 33,400 square feet of property.

The house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a lovely deep swimming pool.

Price: $39.96 million

Owner: Jacqui Cohen

8. 71 The Bridle Path, Toronto

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This house definitely deserves to be on the list of the most expensive houses in Canada. Why? Because, among other things, you get to be Drake’s neighbor. Can you imagine that?

The house has nine master bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and a cathedral-sized ballroom for the fanciest parties.

It also has parking space to occupy 36 cars, a tennis court, a sauna, and so much more. The house is 35,000 square feet and is set on a property of 2 acres.

Price: $39.6 million

Owner: For Sale

9. 4743 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver

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This house is quite popular among the crème de la crème in Canada because it’s the venue for many parties and charity events and has laid host to quite the notable elite in society.

The house has scenic, uninterrupted views of the North Shore Mountains and a lovely view of the English Bay. It has five bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and two gallery halls for parties and vents. The halls can take up to 100 people at capacity and can be the venue for your distinguished events.

Price: $37.7 million       

Owner: Currently for sale but previously owned by Joe Segal

10. 4773 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver

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Built in 2010, this is also definitely one of the most expensive homes in Canada. The home has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms. THE mansion is 13,600 sq. ft and located on 49,200 sq. ft of land.

Details about the property are mostly kept hidden, and little is known about it.

Price: $35.88 million

Owner: Not publicly known

11. 3810 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, BC

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This house is located on the prestigious Marine Drive estate and has 400 ft of West Bay waterfront access.  The house itself was built as far as 1964 and has three bedrooms, five bathrooms, and an almost 360-degree ocean view.

This house’s scenic views are beyond amazing, and if you love looking at nature, you will love this home. The house is 5,000 square feet and sits on 34,380 square feet of property with a nearby mountain in case you love skiing.

Price: $30 million

Owner: Not publicly known

12. 903 Chemin du Bord-du-Lac Road, Montreal, Quebec

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This house is one of my favourites mainly because it has almost everything in it. It has a swimming pool, elevators, professional kitchens, a library, an office, game rooms, garage servant’s quarters, and so much more.

It’s like living in a vast castle.

Price: $27 million 

Owner: Not publicly known

13. 9 High Point Road, Toronto, Ontario

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This two-story mansion is located in some of the best neighbourhoods in Canada. It has nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and a music room. 

The house also has a sports area connected by a tunnel to the main house, a spacious garage, and an indoor swimming pool.

Price: $26.8 million

Owner: For sale

14. 75 Highland Cres, Toronto, Ontario

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This 13 600 square foot property is the perfection of “don’t judge a book by its cover.” Although it has just four bedrooms and six bathrooms, it has multiple floors, a sauna, a care elevator, a snow melt system, and so much more.

The house has an old and aesthetic vibe with beautiful marble floors.

Price: $23.9 million

Owner: For sale

15. 8988 Highway 99 HY, Whistler, BC

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This particular mansion deserves to be on the list of the most expensive houses in Canada. The design was inspired by the famous chateau in France owned by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.

The gated property features five bedrooms and six bathrooms with a scenic view of the Green Lake.

It’s one of the best houses for privacy and safety.

Price: $23 million

Owner: Not publicly known

Final Thoughts on the Most expensive houses in Canada

That concludes the list of the most expensive houses in Canada. We hope you enjoyed reading the list and delving into the luxurious lives and homes of the wealthy.

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Godfrey Ogbo, the Chief Editor and CEO of AtlanticRide, merges his environmental management expertise with extensive business experience, including in real estate. With a master's degree and a knack for engaging writing, he adeptly covers complex growth and business topics. His analytical approach and business insights enrich the blog, making it a go-to source for readers seeking thoughtful and informed content.

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