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Here’s what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

Here’s what you can get in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa

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A $1 million home certainly doesn’t look like it did a decade — or even a year — ago.

Here’s a look at 11 homes that are listed for a cool million in four major Canadian cities: Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa.

VANCOUVER

North Vancouver detached home

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $999,000

This 1,800-square-foot rancher on a large 62-by-100-foot lot, only has one con — it doesn’t have a lane. But it’s in a good neighbourhood, only a twenty-minute transit ride away from Stanley Park and is clean, simple and sunny.

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

Renovated Vancouver condo near Kitsilano

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $999,000

This two-bedroom, 936-square-foot condo is in a three-storey,’70s building. Nicely renovated, this condo allows pets and is close to Kitsilano Beach.

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MONTREAL

A two-bedroom condo in Montreal with panoramic river views

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $1,049,000

This 1,427-square-foot condo on Nun’s Island has floor-to-ceiling windows and a view that speaks for itself. The building is far from other towers, so you can open the curtains to take in the natural beauty of the St. Lawrence River without worrying about privacy.

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Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

A three-bedroom, three-bath condo overlooking Old Montreal

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $1,025,000

Built in 2004, this 1,500-square-foot condo in Old Montreal features clean, simple lines and lots of open space. It’s located steps away from Old Port art galleries, the Palais de congrès and the métro, plus with a large outdoor patio.

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

A luxuriously renovated three-bedroom semi-detached home in Montreal

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $998,900

This two-story unit is located in Montreal’s Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood. Built in 1910, it has been completely transformed and modernized, with black marble countertops in the kitchen and floor-to-ceiling glass feature walls.

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OTTAWA

A luxury downtown condo with Parliament Hill views

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

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List price: $949,900

From the wall-to-wall windows of this posh condo’s open concept living/dining/kitchen space you can gaze upon the Peace Tower. You can also walk to Parliament Hill in less than five minutes. Built in 2019, in an amenity-rich development by Ashcroft Homes, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom corner unit sports black-walnut cabinets, a balcony and a sleek breakfast bar.

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

An Island-Park charmer in Ottawa

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $999,999

From its street-facing stone exterior, to the hardwood inside, this two-bedroom home is a beauty in one of Ottawa’s priciest areas. Built in 1950, it’s also got some deliciously quirky details — a pink-tiled bathroom with a vintage vibe and an old shuffleboard court out back.

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Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

A five-bedroom house with a backyard pool in Kanata

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $998,500

This five-bedroom house with excellent home office/home school potential is in Kanata, a mere 20 minutes from Parliament Hill. There’s a home theatre in the finished basement, a custom in-ground pool in the backyard, plus a heated hard-top gazebo.

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TORONTO

A newly renovated detached bungalow in Toronto

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $999,990

For just under a million you could score this cozy detached bungalow in York, only 25 minutes to downtown Toronto — so long as it doesn’t spark a bidding war. It features a brand-new interior and spacious basement with a bedroom, second kitchen and bathroom, which could easily be turned into a basement apartment with a private entrance.

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Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

A renovated bungalow in Toronto’s Upper Beaches

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $1,199,000

This one-of-a-kind home was a car repair shop before it was refurbished to a stunning one-bedroom bungalow in the Upper Beaches. Its open-concept layout and renovations mix industrial with modern, including a custom metal barn door, exposed beams, a 50-foot landscaped yard and built-in gas fireplace.

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

A two-bedroom plus den loft apartment in downtown Toronto

Here's what a $1 million home looks like in four Canadian cities

List price: $1,025,000

This unique two-bedroom loft-style apartment in the city’s core has an industrial style with exposed concrete work and ductwork, and spacious livings spaces. It’s a few minutes from Dundas Square, restaurants and shopping, making this apartment perfect for those who love to entertain.

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