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The 6 most expensive homes for sale in Toronto

Toronto's most luxurious mansions and condos serve as a cruel reminder that most of us will never be able to afford property in our expensive, expensive city. But sometimes it's nice to throw caution to the wind and ogle at these magnificent properties while imagining what it would be like to be Drake's neighbour.

Here are the 6 most expensive homes for sale in Toronto right now.

16 High Point Road - $18,800,000
Ex-Dragon Robert Herjavec is selling his mansion, which is location in the Bridle Path neighbourhood. This sumptuous estate features a slew of bedrooms, bathrooms and resort-like amenities, including an indoor pool.

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10 Highland Avenue - $27,500,000
This Rosedale mansion is conveniently located between Bloor and St. Clair. But why would you ever leave this palace, which includes seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, an in-ground pool and a massive wine cellar to keep you happy.

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10 High Point Road - $26,800,000
The price for this Bridle Path-area abode dropped more than $2 million since February. It's been on the market for a while, so if you wait long enough, you might be able to afford it and its seven bedrooms and 14 bathrooms.

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194 Roxborough Drive - $19,500,000
The price for the Integral House by architectural firm Shim-Sutcliffe is also lower than it was earlier this year. Grab this iconic address and modern-looking living space to live your best minimalist life.

16 Glen Edyth Place

16 Glen Edyth Place - $17,500,000
Live like a princess near Casa Loma at this 5,000 square foot house. The modern-looking structure has six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a pool and a state-of-the-art kitchen if you don't feel like ordering in.

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46 Forest Hill Road - $17,000,000
This Forest Hill home has lots of dark accents, giving it a swanky vibe. It has seven bathrooms, eight bathroom, an in-ground pool and a huge backyard, which makes it perfect if you're into throwing big parties.

Any of these homes worth the asking price? Let us know in the comments.


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