$37.5-million Mississauga mansion is 2nd-most expensive home for sale in Canada


Published July 20, 2022 at 5:28 pm

$37.5-million Mississauga mansion is 2nd-most expensive home for sale in Canada
This luxurious Mississauga mansion is the second-most expensive property on the market in Canada.

A stunning “French chateau-inspired” Mississauga mansion is the second-most expensive house on the market anywhere in Canada right now.

The luxury home, located at 2275 Doulton Dr. in the swanky Mississauga Rd./QEW area, is listed at $37.5 million, which translates to a monthly mortgage of about $163,000. Last November, it was on the market for $45 million.

Also known as Saint George Manor, the pricey Doulton Estates mansion, which sits on a majestic tree-lined property, is second only to a Whistler, B.C. property that can be had for a cool $39 million.

Point2 Realty compiled the list of the 25 most expensive homes currently for sale across the country. Ten of the priciest properties are in Ontario.

Number three on the list is a Montreal mansion ($35 million), fourth is a Toronto estate ($29.8 million) and an Oakville property on Lake Ontario grabs fifth spot with a price tag of $18.9 million.

Other Ontario homes on the list are in Brampton, Hamilton, Ottawa, Markham, London, Windsor and Kitchener.

Mississauga’s Saint George Manor boasts more than 25,000 sq. ft. of living space—43,000 sq. ft. overall including the five garages—and seven bedrooms (all with ensuites).

The huge home, which also features 13 bathrooms, sits on just under 110,000 sq. ft. of property and was built in 2013. 

This Whistler, B.C. property is the most expensive home for sale in Canada at the moment. It’s listed at $39 million.

It’s listed by Sotheby’s International Realty Canada. More photos of the impressive property–inside and out–can be seen by following the link above.

And for those large parties, there are 25 parking spaces on the property. 

Inside the home, Italian marble floors with inlay detail are found throughout the main floor and landings of the second floor and lower level.  

Formal living and dining rooms offer fireplaces and large crystal chandeliers, and the Great Hall features “soaring two-storey views to the magnificent domed ceiling and skylight on the second floor.” 

A “spectacular gold-gilded office” features terrific views and walk-out to the terrace.  

The lower level of the home features a full fitness facility with steam rooms, a theatre room with custom Lamborghini seating (of course) and snack bar.  

And what home would be complete without a night club with full bar, in addition to, you guessed it, a barbershop.  

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