Most Luxurious Home Toronto

Is this the most luxurious home in Toronto?

The most luxurious home in Toronto may be a tough thing to find or even agree upon, but having discovered this residence at 9 High Point Road earlier today, I know that it'd at least be in the running. It's currently listed on the MLS at $26,800,000 -- which is as expensive a home as I've seen on there (though I don't check $10 million+ range that often...).

Normally I'm underwhelmed by photo galleries of uber-luxury homes, and find myself asking the question "is it really worth that much?" -- but I don't get that sense with this puppy. While I doubt it'll actually sell for what it's listed at, with amenities like an indoor pool, a four seasons tennis court, a screening room, a bowling alley, a putting green, an eight car garage, and 13 washrooms I can at least understand the asking price.

Well, maybe. The whole thing seems ridiculous, especially that narrow golf area. And, just to make those 19 Lottomax winners feel a little less good, I'll note that even with a significant price reduction, they still couldn't afford this place.

Check out the photos and weep (or feel smug for not needing to bask in such consumer comfort).

Two-storey atrium

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For a small gathering of friends

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This does actually make me jealous

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The "den"

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Nice fridge

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And I thought my new TV was nice

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Where's the driving range?

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Indoor tennis, nice

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One of the 13 washrooms

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