71 Balmoral Toronto

House of the Week: 71 Balmoral Avenue

On a well-to-do road by Yonge and St. Clair, this single-family home (yes, it is a home) is just brimming with shiny surfaces, big windows, and an incredible number of sinks. I know — when can I move in, right? One year new and equipped with the seemingly mandatory large-home elevator (because three floors can be a feat), 71 Balmoral will surely appeal to your inner urban...ish side.

71 Balmoral

SPECS:

Address: 71 Balmoral Ave
Price: $3,995,000
Size: 5,324 sf
Storeys: 3
Bedrooms: 4+1
Bathrooms: 5
Parking spaces: 4
Property taxes: $18,030.60

71 Balmoral

NOTABLE FEATURES:

Elevator
Heated floors
7-piece master ensuite bathroom with gas fireplace
Sauna
Wine cellar
Sub-zero fridge/freezer
6-burner range with griddle
Double oven
Omni Smart Home control system
Statuario marble and white oak hardwood
Built-in speaker system

71 Balmoral Toronto

GOOD FOR:

Hosting the next group of Big Brother contestants, a digital marketing firm, or anyone with a zealous affinity for pot lights. Good for those who don't like to share bathrooms or methods of ascending floors. Must love marble.

MOVE ON IF:

Glass and steel don't say "homey" to you. You think exposed brick should go back to 1988. You don't spend a lot of time in the bathroom. You think $4 million, at the very least, should buy you an exercise pool.

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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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