$35 million mansion for sale in Mississauga


Published February 7, 2023 at 1:50 pm

Not everyone can afford a $35 million mansion, but that doesn’t mean that people don’t want to take a look. 

A luxurious Mississauga house that boasts six bedrooms, 14 bathrooms and 27 parking spaces is officially one of the most viewed listings of January 2023. According to real estate website and brokerage Zoocasa, the home, located at 2275 Doulton Drive, was one of the top 10 most viewed houses for the month.

Other homes that turned heads include an affordable family home in Cornwall, a $7.5 million Georgian restoration home in Toronto, a two-storey Toronto Penthouse and a strikingly modern, one-of-a-kind house in Fort Erie. 

“So far, in 2023, Zoocasa readers love bright, minimalistic homes with eye-catching, more prominent features like black marble floors and matching walls,” the blog reads. 

“These diverse listings with vibes ranging from elegant live-in spas to single condos and prices ranging from $299,000 to $35,000,000 help everyone find the right home.”

The Doulton Drive home, which boasts almost 26,000 square feet of living space, offers heated (and imported) marble floors, intricate, “museum-like” ceilings, gorgeous fireplaces, mirror inlays and 14-carat gold accents. 

Zoocasa says the home also features an elegant kitchen that opens to a great room with 25-foot ceilings. People who like to swim are also in luck, as the house boasts an indoor pool “designed after a hotel.” 

The massive house also features its very own nightclub with a wet bar and red velvet ropes, along with a large gym and a movie theatre. 

The property, which has been on the market since Dec. 8, 2022, has been listed a few times over the years at dramatically different price points. According to Zoocasa, it was once listed at just $3.8 million in 2005 (although it only boasted five bedrooms, five bathrooms and 10 parking spaces at the time and looked quite different). In 2019, it was listed at $50 million and looked much like the grand mansion it stands as today.

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