This $9 million Mississauga home backs directly onto Lake Ontario
If you've grown tired of the standstill traffic that constantly plagues Toronto streets during rush hour, you might be looking beyond the outskirts of the city for a more laidback place to call home.
This $9 million Mississauga home is similar to many of the other luxury spaces that dominate Toronto's more affluent neighbourhoods, but without the added troubles of constant congestion. And an entire Great Lake as your backyard.
Located at 94 Cumberland Drive, the lakeside property is just one of many opulent homes nestled on Port Credit's vibrant waterfront.
You'd be about a 25-minute to one-hour commute from Toronto's downtown core (depending on traffic), but the home is situated just steps away from the area's lively restaurants, bars, and bakeries.
The four-bedroom, six-bathroom home is the definition of "lakeside living," with a backyard that flows into the vastness of Lake Ontario.
The luxurious property boasts 6,500 square feet of living space, and was designed by Sébastien Lefèvre.
The open-concept main floor features 11-foot ceilings, custom wood beams, and direct views of the scenic lake.
The chef's kitchen includes a server bar, pantry, a six-burner Wolfe stove with a pot filler, and custom shelving and cabinets.
In the primary bedroom, you'll find towering 12-foot ceilings, a grand six-piece ensuite, and a walk-in closet.
The walk-up basement boasts a games room, second family room, nanny suite, home gym, and steam room.
The real star of the show is the property's backyard, which comes with a sleek infinity pool, hot tub, jet ski ramp, and a boat house for storage.
If you prefer to just lounge about and soak in the sunset, you can take advantage of the home's outdoor fireplace, two outdoor BBQ areas, or the wood-burning fire pit.
Although listed at a fraction of the price of other luxury homes in Toronto, this Mississauga backyard oasis still doesn't run cheap and is currently for sale at a staggering $8,997,000.
You can find the full listing here.
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