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116 Glen Road

House of the Week: 116 Glen Road

This Rosedale house is one of those delectable mixtures, like peanut butter and chocolatecoffee and cigarettes. Its bones are old, but it has countless shiny modern touches, like stainless steel, a fancy glass-railed staircase, and a really pretty wine wall. Yes, a wine wall. This place is a winner.

116 Glen Road Toronto

SPECS

Address: 116 Glen Rd.
Price: $2,780,000
Size (square feet): 3,555
Storeys: 3
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Parking Spaces: 2
Property Taxes: $11,823.00

116 Glen Road Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • 100-bottle wine wall
  • Five-piece spa
  • Skylights
  • His/her walk-in closets
116 Glen Road Toronto

GOOD FOR

Those families who have children to pass along their above-average genes, only to keep said children under lock and key with a nanny and/or at piano lessons, and then shout at them when they mess up the pristine white walls. In a word: ferocious yuppies.

116 Glen Road Toronto

MOVE ON IF

You're not down with filthy fake money and the evil it does. Or, you know. Just want a cheaper place that's not in Rosedale.

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