It's easy to generalize where you can find the highest priced homes in the country. The most expensive real estate in Canada can be found in West Vancouver, British Columbia where the average price for a home is $1,757,700. In this neck of the woods you'll need to be making about $321,000 annually in order to afford a home.
The least expensive homes can be found in Trois-Rivieres, Québec, where the average home price is $160,064. Here your income requirement would only be approximately $40,000.
Taking the generalizations out of the way, we'll now concentrate on the specific luxury homes that are currently being listed. You'll need to have deep pockets to afford any of the following homes.
The most expensive home in the country on the listings is in Kettle Lake, Alberta and has an asking price of $28.89 million. This is a deal considering that it was previously listed for $38 million last fall. This listing boasts 242 acres of land, a vintage gas station, a covered bridge and 2 houses.
The second most expensive home in Canada is located in British Columbia. You won't be buying this property for the home, however, but will instead purchase it for the land. While there is a house on the property, it's not what you would consider to be a fancy luxury home. The land, however, is situated in Point Grey and features 52,141 ft.² of property close to the water.
In Ontario and Québec, there are 2 homes that are valued at $25 million each. The one in Ontario can be found in the Bridal Path community in Toronto. This house has 10 bathrooms and 14 bedrooms and is a real beauty. The house in Québec features 7 bathrooms, 5 bedrooms, a private dock on Lake Memphremagog and 3 guest houses.
In New Brunswick, there is a $9.65 million house for sale with 27,000 ft.² of luxurious living space. Sports enthusiasts will love this house that features 3 beaches, a playground, a driving range, a go-kart track, a baseball field, an indoor basketball court and tennis court, 2 tennis courts outside and a volleyball court on the beach.
In Nova Scotia there is a beautiful waterfront property with 5 bathrooms and 4 bedrooms. The proud new home owners will be able to work out on the waterfront gym and then enjoy a dip in a refreshing infinity pool.
The most expensive homes to be found in Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, Saskatchewan and Manitoba all have price tags less than $5 million. Manitoba's most expensive home is the cheapest one to be found in the country with an asking price of $2.58 million.