What a $1 million home looks like in Canada this week

Choose where you want to call home. With $1 million, you can invest in your perfect property, in whichever Canadian province your heart desires. What that home looks like, however, will vary greatly depending on where you look. Here’s what’s on the market for $1 million this week.


Calgary, Alberta

There are only 24 homes in the exclusive Sussex Green community in Calgary’s Strathcona Park. One of the 24 jumped on the market this week for $1 million. Number 33 at 1359 69 Street Southwest is both private and scenic. The property is located in a tree-covered ravine that is restricted to the public by a gated entrance.

33 comes with two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. An open-concept layout boasts soaring vaulted ceilings, large windows and a two-storey vaulted foyer. Additional features include a spacious kitchen complete with state-of-the-art Viking appliances, an upper loft family room and elegant master suite. With four fireplaces throughout, this quiet Calgary residency is sure to feel like your cozy home sweet home in no time.


Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

For $1 million, not only could you own a stunning mid-century modern home just outside Saskatoon, you could also receive $50,000 in credit towards Metric Design Centre, a professional design-focused renovation company nearby.

The house at 13 Pony Trail is an architect’s masterpiece, with a look and feel unlike any other property currently on the market in the province. Expect bold, angular designs typically reserved for fine living in urban centres. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house also has vaulted ceilings, wood furnishings, a steam shower, gas fireplace and a full wrap-around second-level deck. With over 3,800 feet of development above grade, prepare to sprawl out in this spacious Saskatchewan steal.


Montreal, Quebec

This week in Canada’s cultural capital, 1209 Rue St. Marc entered the market for just over $1 million. A three-level Victorian home within steps of Montreal’s buzzing downtown district, this charming three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home is truly a rare find.

With a stone facade, wooden detailing as well as brick and stone interior walls, this urban dwelling has a unique historic aesthetic that is full of personality. Outdoor features include two landscaped courtyards, a fishpond, grapevines and a garden featuring a notably diverse wealth of plant life. Indoors, expect plenty of natural light thanks to skylights and large windows. There is maple flooring throughout, a charming powder room, a large kitchen with oak cabinets and quartz countertops and finally, a dining room with lovely views of the backyard.

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