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What a $10 million private island playground in Muskoka looks like

Why spend time at a luxury resort when you can get your very own? That is, if you have about $10 million to spare.

This private island estate in Muskoka, known as Bass Island, is all about high-end features and amenities that go above and beyond what you'd expect at a cottage.

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The 11 acre property is situated in the middle of Lake Muskoka. You'll need a boat to access this estate, but that just makes the place feel more like a peaceful retreat.

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To up your relaxation, you can take advantage of the on site spa. Yes, a spa.

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It includes a Finnish dry sauna and a Turkish steam room as well as, according to the listing, handmade and heated marble benches, a cold plunge pool, commercial size Jacuzzi an indoor resistance pool and heated stone flooring. Not too shabby.

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If you don't feel like sitting on one of the lakeside docks, you can get some R&R; on one of the many decks off the main house. These feature a total of three outdoor, wood-burning fire places.

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With six bedrooms, six bathrooms and 8,500 square feet of space, don't be surprised if you have guests vying to visit each and every summer weekend.

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