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6 Toronto Homes You Can Actually Buy For Under $1M That Aren't As Fugly As You May Think

You don't need to be a millonaire to own a home in the 6ix.

If you're looking for a Toronto home for sale under $1 million, you don't always need to move into a shoebox condo or tiny shack.

Currently, there are a few Toronto homes on the market that you can buy without being a millionaire.

The best part is, these homes aren't as fugly as you may think and most are even move-in ready.

Two-Bedroom Beach Home

Ron Wall | RE/MAX

Price: $699,900

Address: 77 Golfview Ave., Toronto, ON

Description: A beautiful starter home that is located within walking distance of schools and beaches.

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Unique Danforth Home

Deborah Winer | RE/MAX

Price: $899,000

Address: 2311 Gerrard St. E., Toronto, ON

Description: A stunning upper beach home that features a bright modern interior and spacious backyard.

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Detached Oakwood Home

Andrew Hylton | RE/MAX

Price: $949,888

Address: 281 Oakwood Ave., Toronto, ON

Description: An ideal starter home with a gorgeously renovated interior design.

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Sunny Bungalow 

Daniel Foti | RE/MAX

Price: $948,621

Address: 11 Bansley Ave., Toronto, ON

Description: A spacious family home that comes complete with its own sunroom and front gardening area.

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Pleasant View Home

Gloria Yu | RE/MAX

Price: $899,800

Address: 9 Clematis Rd., Toronto, ON

Description: Its exterior might not look like much, but this regally decorated home looks like it could be worth far more than its price tag inside.

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Cliffside Home

Ashik Hossain | RE/MAX

Price: $899,000

Address: 82 Haslam St., Toronto, ON

Description: This quaint home clearly had humble beginnings, but after thousands of dollars in renovations, it is nearly an unbeatable starter for any family.

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