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This Is What $1 Million Homes Look Like Across Canada

BRB, moving to Prince Edward Island.

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1. Calgary, Alberta — $950,000

Area: West Hillhurst

Property type: Duplex

Bedrooms: Two upstairs, plus one in the basement.

• The master ensuite bathroom features a heated floor and a tiled rain shower.

• There is also a quartz island in the kitchen and a huge, full-wall pantry.

• There's a private balcony, perfect for spying on your neighbours.

2. Edmonton, Alberta — $1,050,000

Area: Glenora

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Four

• You'll get hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, two fireplaces, and two decks.

• Some rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, so you'll need some good curtains so you can avoid flashing the neighbours. (Unless you're into that. We're not judging.)

• The basement isn't entirely finished, so while you'll need to take care of that, at least you'll get it done exactly the way you want.

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3. Fredericton, New Brunswick — $950,000

Area: Fredericton North

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Four

• You've got wall-to-wall windows with a southern exposure, and a gorgeous deck overlooking the Saint John river.

• Every bedroom has its own ensuite bathroom! You don't need to see any of your family ever again if you don't want to!

• The lower level has a library and a gym, so you can exercise your mind and body.

4. Halifax, Nova Scotia — $999,900

Area: Jubilee Road

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Five

• The house also features a huge studio space on the third floor, the "perfect space for the artist, the yogi, or your teens and their friends."

• There's also room for a nanny's quarters in the basement. You know, if you have money left over for a nanny.

• You're within walking distance to Dalhousie University, so if you want to improve your education, or force your children to still live with you after they finish high school, you totally can.

5. Hamilton, Ontario - $1,099,900

Area: Bay Street South

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Five

• The building is over 100 years old, but the interior has been completely renovated.

• The house has been separated into different units, so you can pay your mortgage by renting it out — if you want the whole place to yourself, though, you might have to spend more to bring the whole house together.

6. Montreal, Quebec — $1,085,000.00

Area: Greene Avenue

Property type: Attached house

Bedrooms: Four

• This Victorian house has retained its original moldings and wooden doors.

• It comes with an indoor garage and two outdoor parking spots, so start collecting your vehicles now.

• The master bedroom has has an attached library room for you to escape into.

7. New Glasglow, Prince Edward Island — $988,000

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Three

• The waterfront property has five bathrooms, in case you want to use a different bathroom for each day of the work week.

• You're also close to a golf course! Maybe you don't play golf but you can learn.

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8. Ottawa, Ontario — $999,995

Area: The Glebe

Property type: Apartment

Bedrooms: Three

• This is a two-floor apartment, and each of the three bedrooms has its own walk-in closet (!).

• You also get a super nice balcony overlooking the tree-lined street.

9. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — $999,000

Area: Idylwyld

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Three, plus an extra one in the basement

• This Victorian house has retained its original moldings and wooden doors.

• The master bedroom features a five-piece ensuite bathroom.

• The basement also has a fully-finished family room, gym, and office, so if you hate the sun, this place is for you.

10. St. John's, Newfoundland — $999,000

Area: Riverview Avenue

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Four

• In addition to the four giant bedrooms upstairs, there's a nanny suite in the basement and an extra room over the garage.

• The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and a patio that overlooks the backyard garden.

• And there's a sunroom! I bet you thought sunrooms were only for rich people. Well, you're not wrong.

11. Toronto, Ontario — $1,049,999

Neighbourhood: Little Italy

Property type: Semi-detached house

Bedrooms: Four

• It's got a "glass open concept floating staircase" which sounds scary but actually looks pretty cool.

• There's a solarium, which seems like something that only exists in Grey Gardens, but here we are.

12. Vancouver, British Columbia — $968,000

Area: Yaletown

Property type: Apartment

Bedrooms: Two

• The two-bedroom suite features floor-to-ceiling windows and hardwood floors.

• The master bedroom also boasts a walk-in closet, perfect for your clothes or your creepy doll collection.

• The building also features a pool and outdoor patio with barbeque.

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13. Victoria, British Columbia — $1,068,000

Area: Fairfield

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Three

• Built in 1912, this gorgeous house has three upper bedrooms (all with walk-in closets), plus a basement guest room with its own bathroom.

• The backyard features a deck, a pond, and a hot tub, so you don't even really need to go inside ever.

14. Whitehorse, Yukon — $1,750,000

Area: Fairfield

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Five

• It's surprisingly difficult to find a $1 million listing in Whitehorse, but if you have an extra $750,000 to add to that, you can get this gorgeous log home.

• You're also paying for 103 acres of property and 1 km of secluded river trails and mountain views.

• The main room features a 21-foot ceiling!

15. Winnipeg, Manitoba — $999,900

Area: South Tuxedo

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Three

• This recently-renovated house features an imported crystal chandelier in the foyer! You didn't even know you wanted a chandelier until I told you about it, did you?

• The spa-inspired bathroom features an infinity-edge jet tub and a steam shower.

16. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories — $1,175,000

Area: South Tuxedo

Property type: House

Bedrooms: Four

• The house is a little over the $1 million price range, but you get a wrap-around deck, three bathrooms, four bedrooms, plus a separate two-bedroom suite for guests or for you to rent out.

• And don't worry, there are extra-capacity water and sewage tanks — and with that many bedrooms and bathrooms, you're going to need them.

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