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This home for sale might look like it's straight off on an autumn postcard, but you can actually find it right here in Ontario. The historic house is tucked away amidst the trees, and it's on the market for $419,000.

Located in Minden, the bright red bungalow once served as the 1881 Miner's Bay School House. Now, it has been transformed into a cozy home with a gorgeous yard.

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One of the biggest things renters-turned-homeowners are trying to do is get more living space. However, the pricey state of Ontario's real estate market isn't making it easy for millennials or zoomers.

According to a new report by Point2, Windsor currently offers the most space for your money in the province, with $300,000 getting you a respectable 980 square feet. A price of $306 per square foot, to be exact.

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Having $1 million in the bank is not something most people experience in their lifetime, yet it wasn't too long ago that it couldn't even get you into Toronto's real estate market.

But, according to Strata, Toronto's housing landscape has shifted. It's no longer an impenetrable fortress selling average one-bedrooms for millions. It's changed.

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When it comes to real estate, bigger doesn't alway mean pricier. This giant home for sale in Ontario has 15 rooms and is on the market for $750,000.

Located in Tara, the large Victorian home was built in 1870 and has five bedrooms and three bathrooms. The home still has tons of historic elements that give it unique character.

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If you've always dreamed of living by the water, then this Ontario home might be just what you're looking for. Located in Nanticoke, the 3-bedroom bungalow is right by the lake, and it's on the market for $429,900.

The home is nestled in a neighbourhood in Peacock Point, only a walk away from the shining waters of Lake Erie. The interior features Bohemian-inspired decor, and you'll feel like you're living in a Malibu beach house.

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