Top 5 Houses of the Week in Mississauga in 2019
Houses in Mississauga are pretty incredible, as the city boasts incredible mansions, chic family homes and trendy urban condos.
Some houses look like castles, others like luxurious Beverly Hills home befitting A-list celebrities. There's a lot of coziness and style in between.
Here's a look back at the most popular houses we showcased on insauga.com this year, in no particular order. Click on the headings for more photos and details:
This exquisite $5,998,800 Mississauga Road mansion boasts a stunning interior that’s made all the more fabulous by the house’s home theatre, yoga room, wine cellar, sauna and spectacular walk-in closet in the master bedroom.
This spectacular $5,500,000 mansion has some ornate touches, but homes don’t get much more luxurious than this (the master bathroom rivals any washroom you’ll find in a high-end hotel room). In fact, it has a basement with multiple walk-out points, a stunning hardwood staircase surrounded by floor to ceiling windows, a luxurious master suite with a walk-in closet and sitting area and a gourmet kitchen.
This jaw-dropping, newly built, custom-made, $5,499,000 Lorne Park masterpiece has a modern facade, an absolutely gorgeous interior (with some risque bathroom art) and picture-perfect decor. You don’t see houses this modern and chic in Mississauga every day, so the sky-high price point doesn’t come as a surprise. The interior is absolutely gorgeous and the kitchen alone is worth the price of admission.
This grand, sprawling, $5,599,000 home offers a vast interior and a jaw-dropping yard that feels more like luxury resort grounds than a traditional suburban yard. This is one of the more expensive homes we’ve written about, but the price makes sense when you look at the stunning yard that comes complete with a covered patio, inground pool and incredible pool house.
This modern, $5,998,800 Cooksville home is an absolute masterpiece and boasts a stunning yard, sunken patio and gorgeous, contemporary interior. The gorgeous interior is made even better by the large windows, glass railings and stone backyard patio.
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