This brand new mansion is located at 5 Northern Dancer Lane in Aurora, ON, Canada. It is located in the Adena Meadows gated community and overlooks the 6th hole of the Magna Golf Course. It boasts 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, butler’s pantry, 2-story great room, gourmet kitchen, family room, wood paneled library/study, 3-car garage and more. It is listed at $4,395,000.

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  • Nick

    I’d prefer this Canada mansion than the previously posted Alberta home.

    The exterior is OK, but not something extraordinarilly beautiful.Somehow it looks a little bit cheap…

    The interior fluctuates on the same levels:The spacious rooms are extremely CHEAP (look the ugly kitchen or the unimpressive staircase in the foyer).Especially that staircase it’s a mess:It looks unbelievably FAKE, what the hell they were thinking?With a more impressive foyer it could have been much better.




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    • Nick

      Well, now that I checked better the Alberta mansion I’d choose it definitely between these 2 Canada mansions.It’s dark but it’s not sooo cheap…




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    • Venom

      What exactly is cheap?
      The house has diagonal hardwood floors, the kitchen has a Viking range, Sub Zero fridge, Fisher & Paykel dishwashers and Dacor double ovens and top of the line cabinetry and expensive and thick granite.
      I don’t necessarily think it is worth $4+ million but I would not say that it is cheap.




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      • Swimmer

        I totally agree




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      • Nick

        Then maybe it’s my impression…

        But I still dislike the staircase and the kitchen furnitures, because somehow seem TO ME cheap and unimpressive…




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      • organbrett

        Agreed! Great appliances, and I don’t think the kitchen is that bad. I went back & looked at the foyer, yes it isn’t great, but it is functional. I love cobblestone driveways but as a kid growing up, we had a long pebble driveway. I would fall asleep on our long trips in the car, but when I heard that wonderful sound of the car tires on small rocks, I would always wake up knowing I was home. I wouldn’t mind that kind of driveway to this day. Realize I will not ever live in snow country. I loved it when I was younger, but now that I have broken my femur and my spine and arthritis plagues me (I’m in my late 40’s) it is my MORTAL ENEMY!!! I do think it would be cool to flip on a switch and watch the driveway melt. (I have a friend in Colorado that has to do this because his driveway is long and he is too old to be shoveling snow.) I remember the listing for Updown Court in the U.K. had a heated MARBLE driveway. Isn’t this a bit excessive even for those of us on this list?




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  • Daniel

    Can someone explain to me why most of these Canadian homes have an asphalt driveway? Is it because it helps in the snow or something? Pardon my ignorance, but snow is a phenomenon I know nothing about having lived in Boca Raton, FL all my life. It just looks terrible having in some instances a $10 million+ house with such an ugly driveway.

    The interior foyer is abysmal. So incredibly small and dark looking, even with the added skylight. Otherwise everything else looks pretty normal. Is this suppose to be an exclusive community? This home only seems marginally better than some of the cookie-cutter communities down here…homes that are only slightly smaller than this and 7 to 10 times the price. I hate how the property lines are only separated by some cheap shrubs.

    And I just love the over-saturated colors used for the exterior shots. Certainly doesn’t look like that now!




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    • Daniel

      I meant 7 to 10 times cheaper.




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    • Venom

      I personally hate asphalt driveways and most of the high end neighborhoods in my area in Michigan require concrete driveways. However there are many neighborhoods that allow asphalt driveways, which are cheaper, but they always crack and break apart and have to be resealed all the time.
      My neighbor is the one exception to the no asphalt driveway rule because he owns an asphalt company so we allowed him to do his own driveway. However, his driveway is a foot thick of asphalt which is unheard of, and is stamped with colors and patterns.
      In over 7 years he has had to do absolutely nothing to it because it was done so well and is so thick.




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      • Daniel

        It’s the same here. Asphalt driveways are only seen in VERY inexpensive homes…$300,000 and less. Concrete is the norm here, with pavers being the majority. I don’t think I have ever seen a new build home, regardless of price, have asphalt put in the driveway. It just looks extremely cheap and dirty. I just thought maybe it had to do with the snow or something…




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        • Grrrowler

          There aren’t a lot of asphalt driveways here on either high or low-end houses. We don’t have lots of frost heaving here to worry about so that doesn’t matter. Most are concrete, which I’m not a fan of either. The better houses seem to have cobblestone pavers. In areas with cold winters, I’m used to seeing heated concrete or pavers in the nicer houses.




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  • Tay

    Everyone has asphalt in CT. Either that or heated marble pavers…. :p




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  • acanadian

    So you want to know why Canadians like asphalt driveways? Depending on where you are, it’s usually because they are cheep. Calgary has mostly concrete driveways.

    For the rest of you, concrete is prone to cracking and breakage more so than asphalt in geographic locations where the temperatures drop well below freezing. If there is a slight crack or hole in concrete and water gets in and freezes, it expands and further cracks the concrete. Asphalt is more flexible than concrete because of the tar and is less likely to crack due to temperature fluctuations.




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    • Venom

      5 inches or more of concrete and you will never have cracks.
      Also when you have your driveway done, make sure you have a core sample taken to make sure you have good concrete.




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  • imaginations

    could someone tell me where i can rent a home like this in this area as i am moving from the UK..

    many thanks or any websites would be of help




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