Toronto's housing market has been under some pressure recently, particularly the condo sector, but you wouldn't necessarily know it looking at the top end of the housing market.

Home sales volumes in Toronto were down 1.3 per cent year-over-year in January, a considerable improvement from December's 19.5-per-cent drop.

But one segment of the market that seems to be holding up nicely (more than nicely, one could say) are $1 million-plus homes, which recorded a 3.5-per-cent increase in sales in January.

The average Torontonian may be reaching the limit of what they can borrow to buy a house, but the city's wealthy still seem to have a bit of cash on hand.

Here are the 11 most expensive mansions and condos for sale in the Greater Toronto Area this month.

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  • Rosedale: $9.9 million

    Six bedrooms in a three-story house in Toronto's ritziest downtown neighbourhood. Complete with indoor pool. <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=12303171&PidKey=1228725999">MLS listing</a>

  • Rosedale: $9.9 million

    Walkways among sculptured gardens lead down to a ravine. You need to pay seriously big bucks to get this sort of green space in downtown Toronto.

  • Rosedale: $9.9 million

    Interesting wall hanging...

  • Rosedale: $9.9 million

    Now that's a window.

  • York Mills: $10.5 million

    This house in north Toronto looks like a bungalow from the front...

  • York Mills: $10.5 million

    ...and like an apartment building from the back. Six bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and a two-story garage that fits 13 cars. Maybe it really is an apartment building. <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=12576869&PidKey=-1902936773">MLS listing</a>

  • York Mills: $10.5 million

    The interior architecture eschews straight lines.

  • York Mills: $10.5 million

    Industrial-strength kitchen.

  • Oakville: $10.8 million

    A lakefront estate in one of Toronto's more elegant suburbs. Its best feature is probably the 757 feet of lake frontage, but the in-ground outdoor pool doesn't hurt either. <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=10882276&PidKey=-1593299957">MLS listing</a>

  • Oakville: $10.8 million

    It's as if you're living in the Hamptons...

  • Oakville: $10.8 million

    Recently upgraded kitchen.

  • Oakville: $10.8 million

    Virtual tour.

  • Yorkville: $10.9 million

    At this point, to call Yorkville "trendy" would be an anachronism. It was trendy thirty years ago; now, it's the favoured spot of Toronto's one per cent. This penthouse at 80 Yorkville Ave. has 5,600 square feet of living space and 2,200 square feet of terrace. <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=12791643&PidKey=823029888">MLS listing</a>

  • Yorkville: $10.9 million

    Wall-to-wall windows give the pad a bright and airy feel.

  • Yorkville: $10.9 million

    Dining room or board room? Should make the Bay Street crowd feel at home, anyway.

  • Yorkville: $11.9 million

    Four bedrooms and six bathrooms in this condo on the outskirts of Yorkville. Some 6,000 square feet of living space and three terraces totalling some 4,200 square feet.

  • Yorkville: $11.9 million

    Quite the view.

  • Yorkville: $11.9 million

    Slick bathroom.

  • Yorkville: $11.9 million

    Built-in light fixtures adorn the ceilings. There's also a lap pool and whirlpool.

  • Queen's Park: $12.8 million

    This is a two-story penthouse just around the corner from Yorkville and facing the Royal Ontario Museum. Three bedrooms, two baths and four terraces, two facing the city skyline. <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=12486126&PidKey=-1583121773">MLS listing</a>

  • Queen's Park: $12.8 million

    The view facing northeast towards Yorkville.

  • Queen's Park: $12.8 million

    The view facing downtown.

  • Bridle Path: $14 million

    There is 22,000 square feet of space in this opulent mansion in north Toronto. Eight bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, not to mention a home theatre and a second kitchen for catered events. <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=12304584&PidKey=-1745904926">MLS listing</a>

  • Bridle Path: $14 million

    Quite the back yard.

  • Bridle Path: $14 million

    All the built-in shelving you could need, and then some.

  • Bridle Path: $14 million

    Another $14-million property in Bridle Path. This one features five bedrooms on 15,000 square feet, and a garage with a coach house. Not to mention a jacuzzi and sauna and two kitchens (three if you count the one in the coach house). <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=12712157&PidKey=-2057989381">MLS listing</a>

  • Bridle Path: $14 million

    A bedroom for a fairy tale princess.

  • Bridle Path: $14 million

    Amazing wine cellar.

  • Oakville: $14 million

    Seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms in this suburban palace that also features an outdoor kitchen and an infinity edge pool. <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=12808785&PidKey=1878376196">MLS listing</a>

  • Oakville: $14 million

    Looks even better from the back.

  • Oakville: $14 million

    Seriously ornate kitchen.

  • Oakville: $14 million

    Multiple chandeliers in this living room.

  • Oakville: $17 million

    Five bedroom and eight bathrooms on 185 feet of shoreline in Oakville. The property has its own harbour and boathouse, as well as an infinity edge pool, a lakeside firepit and a hot tub. But this house hasn't had much luck. It's been on the market for some time, and has made HuffPost's most expensive houses lists before. <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=11627568&PidKey=387580347">MLS listing</a>

  • Oakville: $17 million

    Infinity edge pool.

  • Oakville: $17 million

    Video tour.

  • Caledon: $19 million

    Ten bedrooms and 17 bathrooms on a sprawling 100-acre estate northwest of Toronto. The property features ravines, ponds and an orchard, as well as an underground parking garage. Like the previous house, this place isn't having much luck. It's made a few of HuffPost's lists of most expensive houses for sale before. <a href="http://www.realtor.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?propertyId=12523940&PidKey=-467113379">MLS listing</a>

  • Caledon: $19 million

    Dining room fit for a palace.

  • Caledon: $19 million

    A uniquely designed indoor pool.