PHOTOS: A Look at the Glitziest Houses in Mississauga
While houses are expensive in Mississauga and surrounding cities, it's hard to argue that the city doesn't do its best to provide housing options for residents of all income levels. Offering a mix of more affordable condos, mid-range homes and spectacular mansions, Mississauga has something for everyone—or almost everyone, at least.
But while it's always good to find a home in your price range, it's just as fun to look at spectacular mansions that you'll always dream about.
Real Estate Wire (REW) has a list of some of Mississauga's most spectacular homes.
Here they are:
This spectacular Sheridan area home costs $6,999,000 and boasts wrought iron entry gates, 20 foot high ceilings on the main floor, a gourmet kitchen, an indoor pool, a sauna and spa-style bathrooms that rival anything you'll find in the world's most luxurious hotels.
This gorgeous $6,590,000 Clarkson home sits on the water, which gives residents a little touch of country in the city. It offers a stunning interior, four bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a whopping 8,131 square feet of living space.
This beachy but chic home can be all yours for $5,880,000. The spectacular property spans almost one acre and offers a gorgeous view of the lake and Toronto skyline from all rooms. The decor is perfect and there's even a walkout basement.
This $5,388,000 Sheridan home offers more than 11,000 square feet of space, an outdoor pool, a tennis court, a professionally landscaped garden, cathedral ceilings, marble flooring and other regal touches. It also features a home theatre.
This luxurious Sheridan home will cost you $5,299,000. Situated on a 100 x 200 foot lot, this home has 11 foot ceilings on the main floor, a modern interior and a hydraulic elevator that goes to all floors.
All photos and information courtesy of Real Estate Wire
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