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House of the Week: 87 Forest Heights Boulevard

This dwelling at 87 Forest Heights Blvd. will require a little bit of imagination to seem fabulous, but it can easily be done. Just mentally Photoshop out the heinous...what are those, foam safety squares for children? Yeah, Photoshop those on out of there. And the matching rug, and...just about all of the other furniture and textiles. This place looks like whoever bought it became immediately bankrupt post-purchase and had to furnish the place through trips to Ikea and the now-defunct Zellers. (And trust me, I know first hand what that looks like, people).

Anyway, clear all the crap out of here and you've got an incredible, loft-like gallery space/living area for just a mere $5.5 million.

87 Forest Heights Toronto

SPECS:

Address: 87 Forest Heights Boulevard
Price: $5,499,000
Size (square feet): 12,000+
Storeys: 2
Bedrooms: 5+2
Bathrooms: 8
Parking Spaces: Four car garage
Property Taxes: N/A

87 Forest Heights Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Fireplace
  • Indoor pool
  • Pool table room
  • Exercise room
  • Bar
  • Sauna
  • Two loft bedrooms
87 Forest Heights Toronto

GOOD FOR

This property would make for an amazing gallery/party space. Built-in bar, space to mingle, pretty staircase, all-white walls...aww yeah. Perfection.

87 Forest Heights Toronto

MOVE ON IF

Bright, airy loft spaces with eight washrooms and a built-in spa retreat doesn't sound quite good enough for you. Or if you can't afford to completely redecorate the place post-purchase.

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