11 Of The Richest Neighbourhoods In The GTA

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11 Of The Richest Neighbourhoods In The GTA

An abundance of luxurious mansions and average household net worths up to $22 million exist in the GTA. Toronto is at the top of the list when it comes to pricey neighbourhoods and real estate. Some of Toronto's most wealthiest residences have been ranked amongst Canada's richest neighbourhoods, and that's to no surprise.

Who wouldn't want to live in a multi-million dollar home situated in fairytale- like neighbourhood? Are you curious as to where exactly they are located or do you know someone who lives in an area that smells like money? Here's a list of the 11 richest neighbourhoods in the GTA perhaps one day you could possibly live in:

Read more: 7 Mansions You Can Rent For Super Cheap In Ontario

1. York Mills-Windfields // Toronto

Average household net worth: $21.55 million.

Annual Income: $1,212,275 million

Average estate cost: $3.40 million.

Photo cred - @toronto.properties

2. The Bridle Path // Toronto

Average household net worth: $22.27 million

Average household income: $936,137

Average estate cost: $2.24 million.

3. Sunnybrook // Toronto

Average household net worth: $20.82 million

Average household income: $311,979

Average estate cost: $2.29 million.

4. Hoggs Hollow // Toronto

Average household income: $100,000 - $400,000

Average estate cost: $3.25 million.

5. Forest Hill South // Toronto

Average household net worth: $10.63 million

Average household income: $629,972

Average estate cost: $3.18 million

6. Kleinberg // Vaughan

Average household income: $296,249

Average estate cost: $3,075,826 million.

7. Lawrence Park North // Toronto

Average household net worth: $10.44 million

Average household income: $906,266

Average resale price : $2.81 million

9. Oakville

Average household net worth: $948,281

Average household income: $101,675

Average estate cost: $1,166,965

Photo cred - insauga

10. Lorne Park // Mississauga, Ontario

Average household income: $115,047

Average estate cost: $700,000 - $4.5 million

@toronto.properties

11. Markham

Average household net worth: $810,071.

Average household income: $86,000

Average estate cost: $1,129,940

SourcesCanadian Business , Mississauga Life, Statistics Canada.

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