If you’ve got the cash, Newfoundland and Labrador has some mansion bargains: real estate company
Published: Jul 19, 2017 at midnight
Updated: Sep 30, 2017 at 6:46 a.m.
A four-acre estate on the Atlantic Coast, 24 Topsail Beach Road, is the most expensive home for sale right now in Newfoundland and Labrador at just under $4 million, according to Point2 Homes, which compiled a list.
Built in 2003, the estate is set on edge of Topsail Bight.
The gated property features 12,532 square feet of living space, including a guest house.
To compile its list, the real estate company said it used its own database, as well as national portals and brokerages.
Although the opulent homes are pricey, the province continues to be a buyer’s market as real estate prices slip, Point2 Homes said in its list.
“Those looking for luxury properties are set to reap the benefits of the market slowdown in Canada’s most easterly province. While the ultra-luxurious homes of Ontario or British Columbia are less prominent here, Newfoundland and Labrador offer up plenty of high-end options to price-savvy buyers,” the company said.
No. 2, listed for just under $3.2 million, is on Burnt Island in Conception Bay South on a 3.1-acre property with1,800 feet of ocean frontage and 1,000 feet of natural beaches. The private driveway borders a saltwater pond and leads to a boat launch in a private cove.
No. 3, priced at about $2.18 million, was originally built in 1901, but the 12,200-square-foot mansion on Rennies Mill Road has undergone a 16-month renovation. It retains the ornate plaster, original staircase and the English Oak paneled walls, but adds a modern kitchen and energy efficiency.
No. 4 on Cherry Lane, Conception Bay South, is a $1,825-million, 6,700-square-foot French-countryside-inspired mansion with views of Conception Bay and Long Pond.
Built in 2003, the home has a game room, grand staircase and three-plus acre grounds with an outdoor pool.
No. 5 is a 9,291-square-foot, $1.79-million home located in the exclusive O’Leary Estates of Logy Bay and includes a wine cellar, in-home theatre, fitness centre with floor-to-ceiling mirrors, oversized games room with full-service wet bar, billiards and lounge area, a poker room and a sauna.
No. 6 is “the Winslow,” a 4,653-square-foot post-and-beam home located in Three Island Pond, Paradise, and is priced at $1,578 million.
No. 7 is another historic home, the $1.42-million Everton House on King’s Bridge Road built in 1891. All nine bedrooms feature ensuite baths.
No. 8 is on Marian Place in Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s on a two-acre cul-de-sac lot. The 5,169-square-foot, almost $1.4-million home has a saltwater Jacuzzi. It includes a 600-square-foot guest loft, with kitchen, on top of the five-car garage.
No. 9 was originally listed for $1.45 million on Allendale Road, but is now priced at $1.35 million.
The 5,476-square-foot house, which has a wine cellar and a study with built-in bookcases, is inside Pippy Park, close to Admiral’s Green Golf Course.
No. 10, priced at just under $1.35 million, is a 4,193-square-foot modern design to be developed by Rockwood Homes and Coastal Cedar Homes in Paradise’s Three Island Pond area.