10 Priciest Rentals in Mississauga
Are you interested in dropping over 10,000 bones a month on a house in Cooksville? Do you think that's crazy talk?
Luxury rentals aren't just for ostentatious LA neighbourhoods brimming with Real House Wives and budding British pop stars. Mississauga has some choice hot spots that are way out of the average renter's price range. While that might seem like a criticism, it's not. It's always fun to gaze longingly upon high-end goods and wistfully sigh, "I wish" while looking at the stars.
We recently got in touch with Point2 Homes, an online real estate website that offers readers a database of homes available for rent or sale. Point 2 created a list of the top 10 most expensive rentals in the city. As for how they compile their data, Georgiana Mihaila, a communications specialist with the company, explained the process.
"We start out by identifying the priciest rentals on real estate portals; we then check all real estate franchises and other directories for most expensive listings. We compile an initial list of about 50 priciest rentals, followed by an in-depth look at each agent on the list and their website - as we now know that they’re in the luxury real estate business - to see if they have any pricier listings."
Here are the top 10 most expensive rentals in Mississauga:
The cheapest (heh!) house on this list will run you a modest $5,200 a month. It boasts a "country resort atmosphere," an in-law suite with a separate entrance to the deck and nice views of the lake and Toronto skyline.
This nicely landscaped property boasts an open concept design and sizeable windows. It also offers Juliet balconies, Jacuzzi tubs and heated bathroom floors.
Ah, Mississauga Road - so legendary, so luxurious. This house has granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a private dock and a nanny suite.
If you want something really hip and modern, you might be partial to this Absolute (Marilyn Monroe) penthouse suite. It boasts 2,088 sq. ft. of living space and a 452 sq. ft. balcony, along with remote controlled windows, blinds, lights and sounds, a fireplace, a security system, an express elevator and more.
This old school Clarkson house offers four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a finished basement and granite finishes. It's located on Watersedge Road, across the street from the lake.
According to the listing, this palatial home was once used to host and entertain international diplomats and ambassadors. It boasts both an antique design and some modern touches, so it's great if you want a little bit of both worlds.
This four-plus-one bed and four-bath house boasts luxury finishes, a landscaped garden, a salt water pool and more.
This Credit River home boasts fantastic windows and an estimated 3,500-5,000 sq. ft. of space. The coolest thing? Probably the two-sided, 800 gallon, fully-automated salt water aquarium.
For a little under $10,000, you can rent this glamorous Doulton Drive bungalow. At an estimated 4,100 sq. ft., you get a high quality finishes, high ceilings, a theatre room and a pool and waterfall.
For over $10,000 a month, this Kenollie Creek home could be yours. It boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms (plus two powder rooms), heated floors, a wet bar, a home theatre and more.
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