Here are the top 5 most expensive homes in Mississauga right now
Published October 3, 2022 at 4:54 pm
Mississauga’s most expensive properties come with infinity pools, massive lots, luxury kitchens and nanny suites — this is a glimpse into how the city’s wealthiest residents live.
Many people can only dream of buying any type of home as it’s tough to find anything decent around $1 million. Those looking to buy a family house found the average detached home in Mississauga soared to nearly $1.8 million this August.
But some of the city’s most expensive properties are beyond all but a few people’s budgets.
Here are the most expensive homes in Mississauga right now:
2401 Doulton Place
This home is just off Doulton Drive, a street known for it’s upscale real estate, and this home is no exception. Described as a “fairy tale inspired estate” and “royal living,” it comes an indoor pool, 20-foot high ceilings, massive windows, and multiple Juliette balconies.
This 5-bedroom, single-family home is priced at $9.6 million.
94 Cumberland Drive
Located on Lake Ontario in Port Credit, this home boasts beautiful views from your own personal infinity pool. Designed by Sebastian Lefevre, this 6,500-square-foot home looks amazing inside.
It comes custom wood beams, a “chefs dream kitchen”, a formal dining room, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the water. The basement has a nanny suite, a large home gym, and a cedar change room with a steam room. All this is going to cost you though.
It’s also $9.6 million.
1267 Mississauga Road
Mississauga Road is known for its grand homes and this property is no exception. This 1.26-acre estate backs onto the Credit River with 80 feet of river frontage and a private dock.
Designed by architect Michael Pettes, this 10,000-plus square-foot home comes with classic touches. There is a wood-panelled library with a spiral staircase, a saltwater pool, gym, spa, theatre room and wine cellar.
It’s only two stories but it comes with its own elevator. This five-bedroom home is on the market for just under $10 million.
854 Longfellow Avenue
This Lorne Park home sits on a “sprawling lot.” Tucked behind wrought iron gates, this home features manicured grounds with unobstructed views of Lake Ontario.
Described as a “palatial beauty”, it oozes luxury with mahogany double arched doors and a grand foyer with marble flooring. It also comes with a gym, theatre, and a nanny suite.
This five-bedroom is listed for just under $12 million.
2280 Doulton Drive
This is a brand-new (built in 2022) custom chateau-inspired home located in the Doulton Estates, “the most prestigious area of Mississauga,” according to the listing. The 13,000-square-foot home is on a large and private lot. Designed by architect William Hicks, the entrance features a bright and sun-filled two-storey foyer.
There are heated porcelain floors, soaring ceilings and chandeliers. The main-level primary suite boasts floor-to-ceiling porcelain gas fireplace with double French doors leading to the private and expansive covered rear porch. Floating stairs lead to the second floor where there are four bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms and walk-in closets. This home also comes with an elevator.
It is priced at just under $14 million.
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