Located on 100 acres of land in Ontario, Canada, this farm is as luxurious as it is strange. In fact it’s so luxurious that even its name reflects its lux status — it’s called Luso Valley (‘luso’ means ‘luxury’ in Italian). The magnificent property sits amid lush forestry and beautiful wildlife. To top it off, it’s a short distance to the Bruce Trail, Canada’s oldest and longest footpath. Essentially, it’s a nature lover’s dream come true. The gated property is designed to engage and entertain. You can go fishing and canoeing without competition. You can play tennis and basketball without bumping into rivals. You can ride your dirt bike without getting noise complaints. To top it off, there’s a snowmobile trail nearby that can lead you into another province. In an interview with the National Post, the homeowner recalls: “…I’ve hopped on a provincial snowmobile route to almost Quebec City.”
Apparently, the entertainment complex houses a massive barn, famous for holding outrageous Halloween bashes.This farm dates back to the 1800s, except it wasn’t always this over-the-top. The current homeowner souped it up with hot amenities and turned this into the recreational paradise it is today. Unfortunately, there’s a tragic twist to this story: The farm is up for sale because the homeowner’s wife is more of a cottage type — bad news for the homeowner, but good news for you. If you have $4 million to spare, it can be yours.