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Toronto Real Estate is famous for their obscene prices on the average home, let alone a luxury property. Many millennials wonder whether or not they will ever be able to afford a house in this great city of ours, what with lives full of avocado toasts and after-hours drinks. 

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We rounded up some truly incredible properties on sale in Toronto right now for you to dream about at your day job or forward to your multi-millionaire pals, like Bieber or Drake

1. 46 Forest Hill // $16.8 million

This rare listing is in one of Toronto's most exclusive neighbourhoods. It boasts 2 family rooms, 2 offices, 2 lounges, 5 fireplaces, his & hers powder rooms, a games room, wine room, gym, pool and cabana.

2. 1454 Robinson Place // $15.7million 

This gorgeous waterfront property is inspired by European design with elegant crown moulding, marbled fireplaces and intricate tile details. This gorgeous place includes an entertainment room, wet bar, wine cellar, exercise & billiard rooms, as well as two guest properties - a boat house and cabana.

3. 117 Glen Road // $9.9 million

This Rosedale mansion was originally built in 1907, but is now beautifully refurbished as a modern oasis. This home has over 9,000 square feet of space, with a chef's kitchen, in-ground pool, and incredible art collection.

4. Penthouse - 50 Yorkville Avenue // $36 million 

This has to be one of the most exclusive pieces of real estate in the city as the tip-top of the Four Seasons Private Residences. The space is full of light and depth with 12-foot ceilings, four large bedrooms - including a master with two full baths and walk-in closets - a wine cellar, a library, and a home theatre. Not to mention the view is one in a million, or should we say thirty-six?

5. 65 Binscarth Road // $8.4 million

This 2-acre lot is wonderfully French inspired as seen by the classic decor and manicured grounds. A 12-car garage makes this the perfect home for a car lover and has a built-in elevator for access to its 3 floors, 3 bedrooms and 6 baths.

6. 70 Blyth Hill Road // $7.9 million

An art lover's dream, this gorgeous, secluded home offers a ridiculous amount of natural light and wall space for instillations or curated works. Architecturally. the home is a work of art on its own, with stunning glass staircases throughout the design. Backing onto Sherwood Ravine, this home has all the privacy and splendour of a country home in the city.

7. Penthouse - 180 University Ave // $9.3 million

The Penthouse of the Shangri-La Hotel is a 2-bedroom, 3-storey home in the sky. With over 3400 square-feet of interior space and a 1565ft terrace, there is more than enough room to throw truly incredible parties with a breath-taking view.

8. 16 Delavan Avenue // $6.1 million 

A magnificent stone mansion in the heart of Forest Hill, this place is elegant as it is classic. This 6-bedroom 5-bath includes a nanny suite, gym, wine cellar, cabana, stone terrace and heated drive.

9. 1 St. Ives Crescent // $7.2 million

This beautiful Lawrence Park home is great for the family who has everything - including 7.2 million to spend on a house. Walkable distance from Havergal College and Blythwood, this place is made for the teenage daughter who wants to throw wine-parties in the 675 bottle cellar.

10. 124 Park Road // $17 million

Built in 1857, this 5-bedroom 9-bath is one of the oldest houses in South Rosedale. This 1-acre lot is pristinely historic, with immaculate grounds and gorgeous amenities like indoor basketball courts, libraries, media rooms, studies, billiard rooms and gyms. There is also a celebrate guest house on the property which can be accessed underground via the main house. Incredible.

11. 82 Wychwood Park // $7.9 million

This Wychwood home is right out of a fairytale with its gorgeous grounds and elegantly long driveways. Ownership of this 8-bedroom 9-bath estate includes exclusive access to tennis courts and Wychwood Park pond. Entertain hundreds easily in this one-of-a-kind property.

12. 43 Elgin Ave // $8 million

This New York style Brownstone home has a lot more space than you'd think - 3000 square feet to be exact. This home boasts 3+2 bedrooms and 4 baths, including a 6-piece master bath with an incredible jacuzzi tub.

13. 2181 Yonge St, PH West // $3.9 million 

This midtown marvel's #VIEWS are impeccable. Will you look at that balcony? This home features incredible light from its various windows and clean, white interior. Panoramic, motorized blinds allow you to get a good, dark night's sleep before hitting up the pool, jacuzzi or gym.

14. 41 Edenbrook Hill // $3.9 million 

This prestigious Lincoln Wood home is joined by stunning gardens, 3 waterfalls, outdoor spa and a lovely salt water pool to complete its look. It also has 4+1 bedrooms and 5-and-a-half baths for a bunch of family or friends!

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