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Vancouver monopolizes list of priciest homes in Canada

Seventeen bedrooms, 23 baths and 6 kitchens. Sound over the top?

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The most expensive property in Canada is currently 1 3838 Cypress Street in Vancouver, B.C. The massive property was once the abode of a former lieutenant governor of B.C. and has been named a heritage "A" mansion, according to Image courtesy of

Dreaming of greener pastures on the Friday before a long weekend?

According to a new list of the most expensive homes in Canada, if you've got $45 million of green in the bank, the greenest of pastures could be yours.

Point2 Homes, a real estate search portal that lists homes for sale and for rent throughout Canada, recently compiled the top 12 priciest pads on the market. The most opulent home is a Vancouver mansion valued at nearly $44,999,000 described as an "absolute masterpiece" by

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