This Huge Ontario Home For Sale Is Actually Under $1M & Has Too Many Rooms To Count

A massive Ontario home is offering buyers a chance to live like a millionaire for less.

360 Roche Ave., located in Timmins, Ontario, is an expansive five-bedroom, four-bathroom property that offers a whopping 4,462 square feet of living space.

Debbie Kolli | RE/MAX

Its entrance, which is appropriately described as a grand foyer, has beautiful marble flooring and an enchanting staircase.

Debbie Kolli | RE/MAX

The master chef-style kitchen and dining area aren't only gorgeous to look at, they also offer views of the backyard and swimming pool.

Debbie Kolli | RE/MAX

If you've always wanted to join the finer things club, you'll be more than satisfied sitting in your new Victorian-inspired study.

Debbie Kolli | RE/MAX

The downstairs features several amenities including a squash court, bar and sauna.

Debbie Kolli | RE/MAX

Huge Ontario Home

Debbie Kolli | RE/MAX

Price: $949,900

Address: 360 Roche Ave., Timmins, ON

Description: A gorgeous home with plenty of features.

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