98 Old Colony Road Toronto

House of the Week: 98 Old Colony Road

Secret passageways, a rolling ladder, indoor-everything, and premium finishes. But what is this — no golf simulation studio?! Well, I suppose prospective tenants of 98 Old Colony Road will have to make due with just an indoor pool, games room, sauna, squash court, wet bar, drums room, and more. Sacrifices, you know? While you can get the whole package for just shy of $8 million, I'd be happy with the winding bookcase and hidden built-in passageway. If only expired TTC tickets counted as legal currency.

98 Old Colony Rd Toronto

SPECS:

Address: 98 Old Colony Road
Price: $7,899,000
Lot size: 145x229
Storeys: Bungalow
Bedrooms: 3+2
Bathrooms: 5
Parking spaces: 8
Kitchens: 2
Security cameras: 8
Fireplaces: 5
Inclusive square footage: 13, 800
Taxes: $30,269.53
Exterior: Stucco/stone

98 Old Colony Road Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES:

Indoor pool
Theatre
Squash court
Exercise room
Wine cellar
Sauna
Billiards room
Drum room
Wet bar
Master ensuite with double-sided vanity, jetted tub, rain shower, two toilets
Separate his and her master walk-in closets
Built-in shelving
Spiral staircase
Hidden bookshelf doors to secret rooms
Bosch and Miele appliances
Heated driveway
Three-car garage

98 Old Colony Road Toronto

GOOD FOR:

Insatiable readers, Dewey Decimal loyalists, anyone who gets excited by the phrase "hidden doorway" (guilty). Good for those who don't want to have to share anything with their partners (including toilet seats), as well as impassioned drummers/squash-players/pool sharks/swimmers, especially those who don't want to leave home to practice.

98 Old Colony Road

MOVE ON IF:

You're a struggling recluse and you fear never leaving your home. You get lost easily. You'd rather spend your money on eight $1 million homes, rather than one $8 million home.

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If you had the dough, would you buy this home? Let us know where you stand in the comments below.


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