The 10 most expensive homes in Ontario

Tori Floyd
Editor

While many of us are struggling to save up for even an average-priced home (which is nearing $1 million in Toronto), there are some homes on the market going for much, much more.

Real estate listings site Point2Homes has compiled a list of the most expensive homes currently on the market in Ontario. They range from swanky downtown penthouses to sprawling rural estates. The team of researchers scoured the Point2Homes database, as well as national real estate portals and brokerages.

Click through to see the most expensive homes for sale in Ontario.

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 10: 46 Forest Hill Rd., Toronto
Price: $16,800,000
(Point2Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

This seven-bedroom, ten-bathroom home has two family rooms, two offices, a games room, a wine room, his-and-her powder rooms and an elevator to all levels. (Point2Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 9: 124 Park Rd., Toronto
Price: $17,700,000
(Sotheby’s International Realty)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

This historic home, built in 1857, was the home to former mayor of Toronto George Geary from the 1920’s to the 1950’s and has a large garage to showcase an automobile collection.
(Sotheby’s International Realty)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 8: 61 The Bridle Path, Toronto
Price: $17,800,000
(Barry Cohen Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

If this home looks familiar, that’s because it’s the former residence of late musician Prince. It has 14,280 square feet of living space plus floor-to-ceiling windows, a spa and a heated cabana. (Barry Cohen Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 7: 489 Lakeshore Rd., Oakville
Price: $17,900,000
(Point2Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

Custom built by world-famous luxury home designer Ferris Rafauli in 2010, this home has handcrafted ceilings, trim and millwork, as well as an indoor pool and wine cellar. (Point2Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 6 (tie): 88 Wolfdale Ave., Oakville
Price: $18,888,000
(Goodale Miller Team)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

This home sits on a peninsula that juts out over Lake Ontario, giving some truly breathtaking views. It also has five-plus-one bedrooms and nine bathrooms. (Goodale Miller Team)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 6 (tie): 1092 Argyle Dr., Oakville
Price: $18,888,000
(AimHome Realty)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

Spend time indoors inside the gym, theatre, bar or library, or enjoy the outdoors on the tennis court, playground or lakefront barbecue deck. (AimHome Realty)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 5: 16 High Point Rd., Toronto
Price: $19,380,000
(Barry Cohen Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

With 33,650 square feet of living space, this home has a little of everything, including a ballroom perfect for entertaining. (Barry Cohen Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 4: 2615 Ridge Road West, Oro-Medonte
Price: $19,500,000
(Point2Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

This compound on Lake Simcoe offers stunning panoramic views, massive windows, a swimming pool, a gazebo, a glass-enclosed boat house and 525 feet of private waterfront. (Point2Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 3: 15350 Bathurst St., King
Price: $24,950,000
(Point2Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

Foxley Green is an 80-acre country estate with three houses on the complex. The main house has an indoor pool, two elevators and drawing room with a grand fireplace. (Point2Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 2: 68 The Bridle Path, Toronto
Price: $35,000,000
(Barry Cohen Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

This stately home has a classic Versailles style, with a central hall, formal dining room, tennis court with night lighting and sauna. (Barry Cohen Homes)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

No. 1: #PH – 50 Yorkville Ave., Toronto
Price: $36,000,000
(Christies)

Most expensive homes for sale in Ontario

The priciest home in Toronto isn’t even a house — it’s this penthouse suite atop the Four Seasons Private Residences, with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a wine cellar, a library, a home theatre and an enviable address. (Christies)