The Top 5 Priciest Properties For Sale In Toronto This Summer

It's no secret that Toronto's luxury housing market is no longer experiencing the turnover it once was, but the price tags on some of the city's most extravagant properties imply that Seller's are not willing to bargain! Check out this round up of the most expensive homes for sale - do you think they'll be snapped up, or left to simmer for the summer?

Brought to you with thanks to our friends at BlogTO, here are 'The 5 Most Expensive Homes For Sale Right Now In Toronto':

 

 

 

469 Spadina Road ($25,000,000)

"Near Spadina Road and Coulson Avenue, this Forest Hill home features (are you ready?) seven parking spaces, eight bathrooms, five bedrooms, a games room, an above-ground pool, an exercise room, a media room, an elevator and an eating area, which is not the dining room. It's also absolutely massive."

 

 

 

138 Dunvegan Road ($23,890,000)

"This stunning manor at the corner of Dunvegan and Kilbarry roads (another Forest Hill property) boasts nine parking spaces, 12 bathrooms, five (+ two) bedrooms, a walk out basement, a library, an inground pool, a two-floor den and a family room with a terrace."

 

 

 

85 The Bridle Path ($22,990,000)

"This 'French provincial chateau' sits smugly near Lawrence Avenue East and The Bridle Path with a modest 30 parking spots. In addition the house offers 11 bathrooms, eight bedrooms, a library, an eating area, and a dining room. Check out that chandelier in the foyer!"

 

 

 

10 Highland Avenue ($19,800,000)

"Facing Rosedale Park, this estate is a green thumb's paradise. Featuring 16 parking spaces, an inground pool, six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a library and an exercise room, you can be certain that you'll get lost here (at least once)."

 

 

 

75 The Bridle Path ($19,800,000)

"Another Bridle Path home, who could have guessed. Located on two acres, this home has 12 parking spaces, an indoor pool for when the weather gets chilly, eight bathrooms, five bedrooms, a games room, an exercise room and it's all finished in stone and stucco."

 

 

 

They say there's a buyer for every home, but not neccessarily at any price! We'll find out!

 

To see more luxur real estate, check out this post from last month:

The Most Expensive Real Estate In Canada Today

 

~ Posted by Steven Fudge, purveyor of houseporn.ca and proprietor of urbaneer.com

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