Toronto’s real estate market has continued to thrive despite the events of 2020. From small one-bedroom apartments to the most opulent mansions, this year has seen new records when it comes to the number of new listings and sales.
Here are five homes that are currently on the market and are listed well into the millions.
Let’s kick it off with the most expensive house currently on the market in Toronto. Listed as a “single family home,” this palace at 71 The Bridle Path is listed at $32 million. This two-acre estate has manicured gardens and an outdoor fireplace. The entrance boasts a dramatic double staircase foyer and has nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, an indoor pool, 31 parking spaces and a tennis court!
The second most expensive crib in the city is a little closer to the downtown core. This 150-year-old residence is located on Rosedale’s Park Road and is listed for $19.8 million. It has a beautiful wine cellar and a stunning library. Perched on “one of the most coveted ravine lots,” according to the listing, your millions will score you five bedrooms, nine bathrooms and an underground tunnel that connects to a coach house!
This $18.9 million mansion is located at 101 Old Colony Rd., just north of The Bridle Path. It has a built-in movie theatre, wine cellar, imported fixtures and a seven-car garage. This palatial estate spans more than 15,000 square feet and has a beautiful pool for those hot summer days. It boasts six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, along with a spa and gym. Also, there’s an elevator!
This $18 million Bridle Path estate comes with hand-painted ceilings and a large ballroom. It also boasts nine bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, along with a gym, wood-burning fireplaces adorned with ornate carved mantles, and a private guest suite. This stately spot will also have you in the same neighbourhood as Drake. I can think of worse places to spend a pandemic.
The only entry on this list not to be a detached house is this Yorkville penthouse listed for $15.5 million which is sure to catch a lot of eyes. It has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and ceilings that are described as “soaring.” A private rooftop terrace and 360 degrees of city views, this place screams “expensive dinner party” for those post-pandemic summer nights.