Do you have $22 million sitting around? Here’s what kind of home you can buy in Toronto

Are you an individual who lives the lifestyle of the rich and famous? Do you have approximately $22 million burning a hole in your pocket?

Well, if you fit this unique description, this Toronto mansion is just what you’ve been waiting for. The massive home, described as “palatial in its listing,’ features massive, intricate gardens, imported fixtures and a heated stone slab floor. Hopefully, those stunning stone floors aren’t constructed of marble because it stains horrible (imagine what it would look like in the winter).

The listing, surprisingly — and especially for a home like this — doesn’t feature many photos out of respect for the “imminent owner’s privacy” as well as the “uniqueness of the designs and theme.” Thankfully, a few photos (seen below) show off its expansive kitchen with floor-to-ceiling cabinets.

In total, the home features five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, allowing you to have a different bathroom for more than every day of the week.

Barry Cohen, the mansion’s realtor, describes the home as follows:

“The Gallery features heated imported Italian large slab porcelain floor, soaring cathedral ceiling with a skylight and decorative lens, art niches, crown molding, pot lights, and an offside suspended walnut staircase with a custom art deco wood railing and a custom brushed nickel plated handrail.” 

Other features worth noting include a piano (because, of course), and an expansive 2,000 sq. ft. primary bedroom suite that’s larger than most homes and includes a fireplace, walk-in closet, a terrace and an 11-piece ensuite. Finally, there’s a home theatre, spa, wine cellar, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, and a seven-car garage.

There’s also a toilet and an accompanying bidet located inside a glass enclosure in one of the bathrooms, making this particular room seem a little bit like it’s a set from Netflix’s You.

The home, located at 101 Old Colony Road, is currently listed for $21,950,000, just $2 million more than it was first listed for back in 2020.

Source: Barry Cohen Via: blogTO

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