I don't know what the asking price is, but I have reason to believe I can't afford it.
You kidding me? In Toronto with the bidding wars and the underliating and having to put unconditional offers in, you can be at it for years. We lucked out so hard ourselves. Couldnt afford to buy in now. Took is a while as it was.You're still house-hunting? Your standards must be very high.
Perhaps you don't know that @butterknucket has started a number of threads about very high-priced houses. I don't believe that he's shopping for one; he says that above. My chiding him to settle down and buy one was a joke.You kidding me? In Toronto with the bidding wars and the underliating and having to put unconditional offers in, you can be at it for years. We lucked out so hard ourselves. Couldnt afford to buy in now. Took is a while as it was.
And I seriously doubt it would be 50 percent more a mere year and change later. I guess it depends on the supply and demand in that bracket, which i know nothing about, but I don't see it being more competative than the more affordable range of housing which isn't moving half that fast pricewise.
It blew my mind when a neighboring house sold for 1.5 mil a few years back ( much bigger and newer than mine, and detached).
Tennis courts need high fencing.I agree with all the "cold" and "commercial" comments. Looks like a hitech office.
There is a total lack of colour. Nothing that isn't aggressively neutral. On the other hand the use of wood and stone is okay.
For a house of this $$$, I want an acreage. They hide it, but the lot is too small for the house. Like here is my weekend place. Enjoy!
Nice! My real house is tucked into the lower right-hand corner of that pic.@JazzyT My daughter and family live in Kelowna. Bought a house there a year ago. That design of house looks popular there. They have a nice place on a microlot. She wants me to move there but given that the vacancy in Kelowna is about the lowest in the country, under 1%, and Edmonton is 6.2%, I have no intention of going anywhere for a while. View from their deck