A new list of Edmonton’s top 10 most expensive homes for sale shows the city has some luxurious properties.
From “old-world wine cellars” to home gyms and indoor pools, these properties seem to have it all.
A home in Edmonton’s southside neighbourhood of Brander Gardens tops the Point2 Homes list at $6.4 million.
#1. The home on the 2.33-acre estate includes an indoor pool, spa, walk-in hot tub, cabana, large decks and patios and a triple attached garage. Oh yeah, it also has a gym, wet bar, fenced-in dog run, den, outdoor barbecue and recreation room.
Point2 Homes said the home was built in 1969, but has undergone extensive renovations.
#2. The second most expensive home is one of six properties on the list located in Windermere. The five bedroom, six bathroom, 8,000 square foot luxury home is for sale for $3.98 million.
The home includes a chef’s kitchen, two dens, a family room with games lounge, two laundry rooms, a gym loft and a garage large enough to fit four vehicles.
#3. At $3.89 million, an 8,000 square foot home in Laurier Heights is third on the list. Point2 Homes describes the open-floor, three level property as “high tech” and “modern.” It comes with a theatre, fitness centre, gourmet kitchen, bar, elevator and a massive garage that can fit five vehicles.
This luxury Edmonton home is listed for $3.89 million.
#4. The second Windermere home, and fourth most expensive on the list, is being sold for $3.79 million. The 6,800 square foot property has a theatre, games room, lounge with sports bar and a fitness centre that comes with a steam bath and spa.
#5. The fifth home is a luxury bungalow with views of downtown Edmonton and the river valley on Riverside Drive. This $3.69-million home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a wine cellar, billiards room and a staff suite with private entrance.
#5. Also on the market for $3.69 million is another home on Riverside Drive. Point2 Homes describes this 4,400-square-foot home as “bedecked in high-end materials and finishes, such as marble, granite, designer furnishings and imported fixtures.” The home boasts five bedrooms and six bathrooms as well as a finished basement with a bar and a gym and manicured grounds, complete with a playground.
#6. The next home on the list is back in Windermere. The home has been featured in Best Home magazine and includes a 1,300-square-foot “man cave” combined with a five-car garage and home lift. Upstairs you’ll find four bedrooms and four bathrooms and a massive kitchen.
#7. On Wanyandi Way, you’ll find the next most expensive home, listed at $3.49 million. This 8,041-square-foot home features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a sports lounge with five TVs and a wet bar. The property is 13,771 square feet of “landscaped grounds surrounded by breathtaking treed ravines on two sides.”
#8. If you love the river valley, this $3.25-million house on Windermere Drive is for you. Not only does the four bedroom, five bathroom home come with 2.45 acres of park-like grounds, it features private access to the river valley. Come inside and you’ll find a games room, wet bar, rec room and a chef’s kitchen.
#8. At $3.25 million, another home on Windermere Drive has made the list. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom home is inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s body of work. The 6,200-square-foot house features a retractable wall and automated screen, an in-home theatre and an oversized den/library.
#9. On Keswick Boulevard you’ll find a six bedroom, eight bathroom home on the market for $2.95 million. Inside the gated community of The Banks of Hendricks Point, this 4,695-square-foot home features river valley and ravine views from its rooftop deck. The master suite features a balcony as well as a coffee bar and sitting area.
This home in Windermere is on the market for $3.25 million.
Credit: Point2 Homes
#10. The cheapest of the most expensive homes comes in at $2.88 million. This home on Wolf Willow Pointe has four bedrooms and four bathrooms and was featured in Avenue Magazine after a kitchen redesign. The home was built in 1977 but was renovated by the current owners with “careful attention to the property’s architectural integrity.” Outside you’ll find several decks, ponds, fountains, gardens and wooded areas.
Point2 Homes said it compiled the list by looking at the entire Edmonton market from its own database as well as national portals and brokerages.