With a wealth of pricey properties and continuously improving economic conditions, Quebec City now boasts a steady real estate market. Residential and non-residential construction starts are up 2.6%, with 2018 expected to bring a 1.3% uptick, while economic growth will have expanded 2.9 percent by the end of the year, per the Conference Board of Canada.
Positive economic indicators mean good news for the real estate market and buyers looking to invest in luxury properties can turn their attention to the boroughs of La Cité-Limoilou and Sainte-Foy/Sillery/Cap-Rouge, home to Quebec City’s most expensive homes for sale right now. The city’s priciest homes come with panoramic views, state-of-the-art kitchens, swimming pools and generous outdoor living spaces. Wine rooms, in-home offices and fireplaces are also popular among the city’s priciest properties, as are hot tubs, floor-to-ceiling windows and landscaped grounds.
As for the #1 most expensive home for sale in Quebec City right now, the luxurious residence is centrally located with quick access to city amenities and showcases a host of original 1920s architectural elements.
#1: 73-75 Rue Ste-Anne, Quebec City, $2,700,000, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Reigning as Quebec City’s most expensive home for sale right now, this 4-bed home was built in 1920 in La Cité-Limoilou – the city’s most populous borough, as well as its oldest in terms of architecture. The lovingly maintained home showcases a bevy of intricate fireplaces, an office, and a den, as well as a generously-sized kitchen, fitted out to the highest modern standards.
There’s no shortage of entertaining space thanks to the spacious dining room, living room and the large basement family room. Thanks to its central location, the 3-storey home is close to public transportation, schools, parks and hospitals, and it offers views of the surrounding neighbourhood and city, as well as water vistas.
#2: 3965 Rue Louise Fiset, Quebec City, $2,675,000, 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Designed for entertaining, this 6-bed home comes with a heated inground pool complete with a pool deck and al fresco dining and barbecue facilities, as well as an outdoor hot tub. Oversized windows bring the great outdoors in, with the home’s open floor plan maximizing the flow of natural light.
The 2-storey living and dining room are separated by a two-sided fireplace, while the open concept gourmet kitchen boasts a dining booth and ample countertop space. The pricey home also features an entertaining lounge complete with billiards and a bar, a fitness centre, an office and an oversized master bath.
#3: 395 Av. Wilfrid-Laurier, Quebec City, $2,600,000, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Built in 2017, this imposing home in La Cité-Limoilou sits on a tree-lined street close to mass transit, schools, parks and bike paths, as well as higher education and cross-country skiing. Pricey amenities include an elevator, a walk-in closet, an in-home theatre, a family lounge, an office and a modern kitchen. The 4-bed home also features a turret, which opens onto the rooftop deck complete with an outdoor kitchen, as well as a 6-car garage, a laundry room and a storage space.
#4: 12 Rue des Grisons, Quebec City, $2,400,000, 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Built in 1785, this historic home is tucked away in upscale La Cité-Limoilou, and comes with wooded and landscaped grounds, right next to Parc Cavalier Dumoulin, and just steps from the waterfront. The 6-bed home offers generous deck space, a wine cellar, several wood fireplaces, and a spacious eat-in kitchen with original details. Maintained with ample care, this pricey home also boasts an office, additional storage, and a formal dining room, with a workshop in the basement.
#5: 2390 Rue Noury, Quebec City, $2,350,000, 7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
This 5,622-square-foot home in Quebec’s Jardins de Sillery impresses from the start with lushly landscaped grounds and a show-stopping Dynasty-style entrance. Exposed beams and a statement fireplace punctuate the living room which flows into a music room/library and a formal dining room. A state-of-the-art kitchen makes hosting a breeze, while the sauna offers the perfect environment to relax, as does the outdoor pool. The 0.75-acre property also features a bevy of mature trees and ample garage parking.
#6: 1340 Côte des Érables, Quebec City, $2,250,000, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
A grand estate of 193 acres, this pricey Quebec residence boasts a 15-room home, a party barn complete with a kitchen, and a triple garage. The park-like grounds come with countless mature trees and a tranquil water garden. The main residence features a 2-story entrance complete with a gallery, the living room showcases a fireplace and flows into the formal dining room, while the grand gourmet kitchen boasts a 15-foot island and breakfast nook. Other pricey amenities include a game room with a pool table, a wine room, a family room, and a large covered porch.
#7: 1695 Côte du Verger, Quebec City, $1,989,000, 6 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
Built in 1960, this 2.6-acre wooded and landscaped property offers generous water views, framed by oversized windows that bring in abundant natural light. The outdoor living space includes a bevy of balconies and decks, an outdoor hot tub, as well as an inground pool, perfect for the warmer months. When the weather turns chilly, the wood-burning fireplace allows for cozy nights in, and if the triple garage proves to be too small, there’s parking space for 5 additional vehicles on the driveway.
#8: 2818 Boul. Laurier, App. 2402, Quebec City, $1,900,000, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
This 2014-built condo features 2,877 square feet of luxurious living space with panoramic mountain, water and city views. The luxurious condo showcases an open concept main living area that includes a state-of-the-art kitchen with a massive island, a dining room with mirrored ceiling, floor to ceiling windows, a bar and a statement fireplace.
The master bath looks out onto the grand views, as well as the living area thanks to glass walls, and features a luxe bathtub. Further pricey amenities include an oversized walk-in closet, a large master bath and a terrace. The condo also comes with 2 parking spaces, and has access to building amenities like a heated indoor pool.
#9: 2818 Boul. Laurier, App, 2715, Quebec City, $1,870,000, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Located in the same building as Quebec’s 8th most expensive home, unit no. 2715 boasts 2,245 square feet of living space that includes a gas fireplace, a state-of-the-art kitchen, a formal dining room and a climate-controlled wine room. The pricey condo also comes with 2 parking spaces and has access to building amenities like the large deck with hot tub, al fresco dining and an outdoor kitchen, as well as the indoor pool pavilion.
#10: 2879 Rue du Levant, Quebec City, $1,850,000, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Built in 1960, this 5-bed home has been lovingly maintained throughout the years. Just minutes from the shores of the St. Lawrence River, Promenade Samuel-De Champlain and Cageux Wharf, this pricey home basks in panoramic water views on a quiet street. Upscale amenities include an indoor pool, a wood fireplace, an in-home office, a fitness centre, an oversized kitchen, and plenty of outdoor living space, as well as landscaped grounds and water features.
Fair use and redistribution
We encourage you and freely grant you permission to reuse, host, or repost the story in this article. When doing so, we only ask that you kindly attribute the authors by linking to Point2Homes.com or this page, so that your readers can learn more about this project, the research behind it and its methodology.