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The 5 most expensive homes for sale in Toronto

If you've got bags of money to spend in Toronto, look no farther than this list of opulent properties that'll make you feel like Scrooge McDuck. We all know houses in this city are expensive, but these over-the-top mansions - including this address-free one in Forest Hill - all cost more than $15,000,000 and come with resort-like amenities such as indoor pools and tennis courts.

These are the 5 most expensive homes for sale right now in Toronto.

10 High Point Rd. - $28,888,000
For nearly $30 million, you can get a 24,000 square-foot house complete with 10 bedrooms, 14 bathroom, a ballroom and two acres of land. Basically, you'll never have to leave your palatial pad; you can probably just get everything you need delivered, right?

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194 Roxborough Dr. - $22,900,000
The Integral House by architectural firm Shim-Sutcliffe is one of the most famous living spaces in Toronto, and for good reason. Along with its stunning, open design, this Rosedale-area home features four bedrooms, eight bathrooms and an indoor pool.

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26 Park Lane Circle - $21,800,000
Yes, this is Conrad Black's pad and it'll be going up for auction on March 8, 2016. Located in the swanky Bridle Path area, this 23,000 square-foot estate includes a Beauty and the Beast-style wood-panelled library, eight bedrooms, 14 bathrooms and an indoor pool.

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35 High Point Rd. - $18,200,000
Live like royalty in the Bridle Path area. Seriously, this house looks like it was plucked from a fairy tale thanks to its ornate interior design. Along with 10 bedrooms and 16 bathroom, this property has a massive-looking indoor pool (with an overhead skylight), a home theatre and Versailles-style gardens.

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120 Inglewood Dr. - $16,800,000
If you have 5,000 wine bottles lying around, you can always store them at this Rosedale mansion. Along with its spacious wine cellar, it features dramatic wrought-iron railings and a great room that's perfect for hosting parties as well as casual Netflix nights - watching movies is always better in a "great room."

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