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It is a well-known fact that Ontario has some pricy real estate. But while Barrie was recently declared the most expensive city to live in Ontario, nobody told this 30,000-square foot mansion in Hamilton.

At $49,000,000, this has simply got to be one of the priciest homes for sale in the GTA.

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Once the black wrought iron gates open, drive down a long and winding road to reach this humble abode.

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Before coming inside, mosey over to this pristine water feature. Maybe even toss a coin in for good luck, and pose for a Trevi fountain-esque pic.

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If you're big on grand entrances, you can traipse down not one but two different staircases to greet your guests. You will likely want to invest in some super casual ballgowns or tuxedos in your wardrobe.

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Hosting dinner parties will be a piece of cake with the amount of space this mansion has to offer. Just look at that marble-like flooring.

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A picturesque sky is painted on the ceiling in beautifully toned pastels, so you can catch an early morning sunrise every day of the week.

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This mansion is so luxurious it even has a fountain-like statue right in the middle of the foyer.

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This rich oak-coloured bar is fit to make the fanciest at-home cocktails.

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Who needs to find a wedding venue when you are the wedding venue? There's plenty of space to tear up the dance floor and seat multiple tables for dinner service.

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Cozy up to a fireplace on those cold nights perfect for a night in. Who else wants to curl up with a good book and sip some cocoa in this bright nook?

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And if you're a dog owner — or someone who fantasizes about owning multiple pets — you do not have to worry about space. This backyard is so vast you can send your dog out for exercise and not see them for weeks!

Pretty & Palatial Mansion 

Gabriel Riverso | RE/MAX ESCARPMENT REALTY INC

Price: $49,000,000

Address: 140 Garner Rd. E., Hamilton, ON

Description: This stunning home sits on 85 acres of land, leaving plenty of room for activities — as long as you have the cool $50 million lying around to buy a mansion!

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