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What A $1,500,000 Apartment Looks Like In Montreal's Habitat '67

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What A $1,500,000 Apartment Looks Like In Montreal's Habitat '67

Are you rolling around in dough? So much money you just don't know what to do with it? 

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Ok I'm sure if you just read that you thought "ya right" or "I wish!" Even if you don't have the money, it's always nice to browse really expensive items or dream up a luxury lifestyle.

It doesn't cost money to daydream! It's especially nice browsing really beautiful places that are for sale. 

Montrealers know of the famous Habitat 67, one of the most iconic buildings in the city, constructed in you guessed it...1967. This amazing housing complex was designed by Moshe Safdie and is located next to the Saint Lawrence River. 

Not only is it truly unique on the outside, it is also one of the most expensive places to buy in Montreal, with prices ranging up to $1.5 million! 

If you're curious what that kind of money can get you, a current listing on the market for a place in habitat 67 gives a firsthand look at condos in the famous structure. 

This magnificent unit contains 3 cubes, a large solarium, a glass staircase, and has been renovated to include only the most high-quality amenities and features. If that doesn't tickle your interest, then perhaps the granite countertops in the kitchen, or even the large bathtub will!

Imagine just relaxing in that deep, luxurious bath!

Check out this luxury condo that's up for sale, and the listing here

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefrebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

Via Robert Stephen Lefebvre

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