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With Toronto weather at an all time low, it's only natural to start dreaming of the warmer summer months. Though that time is (sadly) months away, the Ontario cottage real estate market is booming right now, with some of the province's most incredible cottages up for sale.

Read More: 14 Expensive Things That Only Toronto’s Elite Can Afford

While these cottages definitely aren't affordable (unless you have a couple million to spend), it doesn't hurt to dream. Here is our roundup of the most insane cottages on sale in Ontario right now.

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1. Lake of Bays // $3,195,000

1045 Hemlock Ridge Rd, Dwight, ON

2. Georgian Bay // $3,999,000

1400 Sandy Bay Road, Penetanguishene, ON

3. Georgian Bay Private Island // $4,800,000

D207 Bigwood Island, Archipelago, ON

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4. 1000 Islands Estate // $1,500,000

1 Thunder Road, Wolfe Island, ON

5. Perth // $1,325,000

726 West Point Drive, Perth, ON

6. Kingston // $1,950,000

1510 Shore Road, Kingston, ON

7. Muskoka // $1,299,000

1046 Woodroffe Rd, Muskoka Lakes, ON

8. Howe Island // $1,800,000

520 Spithead Road, Howe Island, ON

9. Lake Manitouwabing //$2,600,888

Mckellar, ON

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