House prices have reached a lull in Brampton, but there seems to be one exception: a house just sold for $5.2 million, the highest residential price in the city’s history.

The mega-mansion is located in the Castlemore area on Fenton Way near some of the largest and most posh houses in Brampton. It’s a massive 3.2-acre estate that sits on a ravine with sprawling views.

The 11,000 square foot home has 6 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and a massive foyer with twin staircases, marble flooring giant crystal chandelier. It also has two master bedrooms, both featuring six-piece en suite bathrooms, a fireplace and a walkout to the balcony overlooking the estate.

The basement of the home comes equipped with every entertainer’s dream — a wet bar, a massive recreation room, a dance floor, a game room and a home theatre.

The home also has lots of really classy accents, super high ceilings, and some straight up opulent bathrooms.

Unsurprisingly, the kitchen is just as grand as the rest of the house with granite countertops and high-end appliances.

The home, sold by local realtor Sam McDadi, was originally priced for $5.4 million and was listed for over 200 days before the right buyers came along. Turns out the wait was worth it because it was a record-setting sale.

Check out the breathtaking virtual tour of the listing below.

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