82 Madison Avenue

House of the week: 82 Madison Avenue

This oldschool casa in the Annex has the potential to be a bougie paradise. There's a full-on nanny suite (because who wants to take care of their own children? Gross!), no fewer than seven bathrooms, and four parking spots for all your lambos and porsches, or what have you. This place belongs on Cribs, and is the perfect spot to settle down for a quiet, simple life in the city.

82 Madison Avenue Toronto

SPECS:

Address: 82 Madison Ave.
Price: $3,950,000
Size: 5,000+
Storeys: 3
Bedrooms: 4+1
Bathrooms: 7?
Parking Spaces: 
4
Property Taxes: $10,893

82 Madison Avenue Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

"Spa-inspired" ensuites off each bedroom
Elevator (?)
Media room
Wine cellar
Sub Zero side fridge
Full nanny's quarters

82 Madison Avenue Toronto

GOOD FOR

The impatient among us. NO MORE ALL THE GIRLS STANDING IN LINE FOR THE BAFROOM. For this reason, 82 Madison would be the ideal party spot. Perfect for post-Maddy gatherings...yeah. Oh, and also if you like wine.

82 Madison Avenue Toronto

MOVE ON IF

You don't feel like paying more for a team of cleaners to keep your seven washrooms in a serviceable state than you do for the basic necessities of life.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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What do you think — would you buy this home if you could?

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