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Mississauga Manse That Couldn't Sell for $11M Now on Auction

[Photo via 2290 Saxony]

A mansion in Mississauga that couldn't sell for $11 million is now going on auction at the end of the month. The owners tried dropping their price tag $3 million dollars less but buyers didn't budge. With seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, the 18,000 square foot estate is "arguably one of the best homes ever built in Mississauga," claims the real estate agent. This Saxony marble manor includes all the ridiculous amenities you'd expect from a mega mansion including a crazy eight-car climate-controlled garage with a European car-lift system, private elevator, glycol snow-melt system, wine cellar and four mechanical rooms. There is also a home movie theatre that seats 12 in the basement. The house will be auctioned on January 26 in association with Richies Auction. Last year we saw a partially completed Bridle Path mansion on the auction block and later selling for $13.980 million.

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