Are you looking at houses for sale in Canada? Unless you've got a lot of money put away, you might just have to rent for now (and that's a whole other story when it comes to cost).\nOf course, if you want to fantasize about buying one of the most expensive houses in Canada, then it might be good to see what's actually out there and topping the charts in terms of multimillion-dollar homes.\nWe've compiled seven of the most expensive houses in Canada right now. Try not to cry about the prices — just focus on the pretty pictures!\n1150 Lakeshore Rd E, Oakville, Ontario\nPaul Maranger\n \n Christian Vermast\n \n Fran Bennett | Sotheby's\nPaul Maranger\n \n Christian Vermast\n \n Fran Bennett | Sotheby's\nPaul Maranger\n \n Christian Vermast\n \n Fran Bennett | Sotheby's\nPrice: $59,000,000\nListed By: Paul Maranger, Christian Vermast, Fran Bennett\nImagine living in a home with a bowling alley, home cinema, and a wet bar. Why would you ever leave? Not to mention the two, count 'em, two wine cellars. This home, known as Chelster Hall, was completed in 2006, and yet it looks like something out of the opulent 1920s. It also has indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and the listing mentions that, yes, you can land a helicopter safely on the property. It boasts 43,850 square feet of space and sits on a 10-acre lot.\nSite: Sotheby's\n4743 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia\nChrista Frosch | Sotheby's\nChrista Frosch | Sotheby's\nChrista Frosch | Sotheby's\nPrice: $58,000,000\nListed By: Christa Frosch\nWouldn't you feel so fancy living in a house that you get to call an 'estate'? Belmont Estate, as this property is known, boasts plenty of amenities: a library, a steam room, three fireplaces... But it's the classic look mixed with more modern touches that make this 21,977 square foot luxury home so attractive.\nSite: Sotheby's\nVille Marie, Montreal, Quebec\nJoseph Montanaro | Sotheby's\nJoseph Montanaro | Sotheby's\nJoseph Montanaro | Sotheby's\nPrice: $40,000,000\nListed By: Joseph Montanaro\nThis home has plenty of history and would pique the interest of any architecture fans. According to its listing, this home may have been designed by famous architect Charles Platt, who designed houses for folks like the Rockefellers and the Astors. Queen Elizabeth II herself has been a guest at one of this home's many soirees. If one aspect of this house can accurately describe how bougie it is, it's that it has a butler's pantry.\nSite: Sotheby's\n6391 Walkers Line, Burlington, Ontario\nPeter Mickus\n \n Lee Mickus | Sotheby's\nPeter Mickus\n \n Lee Mickus | Sotheby's\nPeter Mickus\n \n Lee Mickus | Sotheby's\nPrice: $22,000,000\nListed By: Peter Mickus, Lee Mickus\nWho said that living on a farm had to be rustic? Clearly, that's not the case with this incredible 14,950 square foot home located on 206 acres. This amazing mansion has plenty of amenities, including tons of horse storage, but it also boasts geothermal heating and a state of the art automation system.\nSite: Sotheby's\n489 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville, Ontario\nKingsley Qin | Sotheby's\nKingsley Qin | Sotheby's\nKingsley Qin | Sotheby's\nPrice: $21,999,000\nListed By: Kingsley Qin\nIf we asked you to close your eyes and picture a mansion, there's almost no doubt that this beautiful Oakville home would pretty much look exactly like the image you have in your head. This 16,000 square foot home is gorgeous and boasts all of the amenities someone would want in their dream home: a theatre, a library, and even a guest house.\nSite: Sotheby's\n124 Park Road, Toronto, Ontario\nRichard Silver\n \n Jim Burtnick\n \n Celia Alves\n \n Erin Haas\n \n Phil Taylor\n \n Geoff Joyner\n \n Oliver Craven\n \n Jay Banks | Sotheby's\nRichard Silver\n \n Jim Burtnick\n \n Celia Alves\n \n Erin Haas\n \n Phil Taylor\n \n Geoff Joyner\n \n Oliver Craven\n \n Jay Banks | Sotheby's\nRichard Silver\n \n Jim Burtnick\n \n Celia Alves\n \n Erin Haas\n \n Phil Taylor\n \n Geoff Joyner\n \n Oliver Craven\n \n Jay Banks | Sotheby's\nPrice: $19,800,000\nListed By: Richard Silver, Jim Burtnick, Celia Alves, Erin Haas, Phil Taylor, Geoff Joyner, Oliver Craven, Jay Banks\nThis house may not look like all of the other mansions on this list, presenting a more modest facade. But inside, you would find just the same amount of luxury living. In classic Canadian fashion, it even includes an indoor ball hockey court. Plus, there's plenty of room in the backyard to build your own soccer pitch.\nSite: Sotheby's\n75 The Bridle Path, Toronto, Ontario\nPaul Maranger\n \n Christian Vermast\n \n Fran Bennett | Sotheby's\nPaul Maranger\n \n Christian Vermast\n \n Fran Bennett | Sotheby's\nPaul Maranger\n \n Christian Vermast\n \n Fran Bennett | Sotheby's\nPrice: $19,500,000\nListed By: Paul Maranger, Christian Vermast, Fran Bennett\nThis is by far the most modern-looking home on the list. Rather than sticking with the classical architecture that defines other luxury homes, this contemporary mansion goes for something more future-retro on the exterior. Inside, the modern theme continues, with plenty of glass and marble. Amenities include a heated floor, a tennis court, and a steam room.\nSite: Sotheby's\nThere are stories everywhere. 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