The Most Expensive House in Toronto, Canada
As of today, January 6, 2011, this mega-mansion located at 9 High Point Road in Toronto, is not only the most expensive listing in Toronto, but all of Canada! There are two pieces of land listed in the Vancouver area for over $30 million, but this is the current front-runner for houses in Canada.
Located in Toronto’s most expensive neighbourhood, the house has all the prerequisites for a mega-mansion: 4,000+ sq ft. master bedroom? Check. Bowling alley and indoor pool and tennis courts? Obvi. Multiple kitchens, a gigantic atrium and other over-the-top amenities? Well, you get the picture. And with that, here are plenty more!
Current list price: $26,800,000 CAD ($26.98m USD)
Say hello to your new home sir/madame!
Yes that’s it, just a little bit further…
And here is the concourse of the mall, I mean your house…
Geeves will be here in a minute to carry you up that spiral staircase
Not that spiral staircase, I meant the other one, tsk tsk
Here are some of the guest bedrooms sir/madame
Shall we go to the piano room?
or the theatre?
ahh, you want to see the sports complex, right this way
this is where the water would go
and this is where you might see, “another game for Milos!” (FYI that’s from “The Comeback”. The 147th episode of Seinfeld. It was the 13th episode of the 8th season. It aired on January 30, 1997 :P)
oh wait here’s what I’m talking about, thanks Internet!
“Steeeeeeeeeee-rike” – Al Bundy
Not sure why they couldn’t make this any wider… at least you can practice your 800 ft putts…
This is where the learning happens
You’ll probably never be in here
Okay time to wrap this up
Shockingly, this is the only bathroom in the house
This is the room where you can just randomly move around furniture for fun
Oh wait, you’re not interested? Outside with you!
Big thanks to my friend and fellow Internet enthusiast LBSpounds for sending me this property!
All information and photography courtesy of ELISE KALLES
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