Everyone knows a high-end Toronto address comes at a high price. With the city’s bustling financial core, vibrant entertainment scene and diverse culture, it’s no surprise that this is a prime spot for luxury homes. From the prestigious Bridle Path to sprawling properties on the outskirts of the city, here’s a look at some of the most expensive houses for sale in Toronto right now. Check out the photos and find out what sets them apart from the rest on the block.

71 The Bridle Path, Toronto  •  $32,000,000

To kick off our tour of the priciest houses for sale in Toronto, here’s a palatial property and the most expensive place on our list. At just one year old, this 35,000-sq.-ft. home quite literally has it all, including a two-storey Grand Salon, a ball room, a Scarlett O’hara-inspired staircase, a two-storey in-law quite. The price? A cool $32 mil, and you might argue, worth every penny. See the listing here.

85 The Bridle Path, Toronto  •  $22,900,000

While you’re touring luxury Bridle Path properties, here’s one you’ll want to see. With its classical charm and rolling landscape, this castle-like home sits on two acres in Toronto’s prestigious Bridle Path. The house offers nine bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a wine cellar and a hockey rink, among other things. This dream home is now for sale for a whopping $22. 9 million. See the listing here.

4 Woodmere Crt., Toronto  •  $8,275,000

This elegant abode is now on the market for $8.27 million, and is definitely one of the most luxurious houses for sale in Toronto right now. The sprawling west-end mansion boasts 5,000 sq. ft. with five bedrooms, seven baths, an extensive media room in the basement, a huge underground garage, and a resort-style backyard. It’s literally an entertainer’s dream. See the listing here.

5 Royal Oak Drive, Toronto  •  $6,780,000

This modern, 5000-sq.-ft. home is situated along the Bridal Path outside of the city. It’s equipped with its own theatre room, three-car garage, immaculate garden and private yard. This prime property is now for sale for $6,780,000 – and arguably worth every penny! See the listing here.

54 Heathcote Ave., Toronto  •  $5,688,000

Doesn’t every house come with its own two-storey domed foyer with a skylight? Well, this one does, and it has a lot more, too. The 5,000-sq.-ft. home sits in the swanky St. Andrews-Windfield’s neighbourhood, just east of the downtown core. This home has everything you could imagine – a mahogany library, a home theatre and an elevator – and it could all be yours, for a mere $5.68 million! See the listing here.

Whether your budget is in the millions (which, for a 416 address it might have to be!) or you hope to spend slightly less, the fall market has some amazing houses for sale in Toronto right now. Connect with a RE/MAX agent to find your next home.