102 Joicey Toronto

House of the Week: 102 Joicey Boulevard

This home at 102 Joicey Blvd. (just west of Hoggs Hollow) looks like a cross between a sauna and the interior of M.C. Escher's cranium. The house totally defies any pre-existing norms and constructs of what a house should look like, and instead just subverts that shit into oblivion.

Storeys? Forget about it. This place has nine 'levels' accessed by open staircases. Check out this video to see what I mean. The design is truly imaginative, with a hyper-modern twist on '60s-style wood paneling.

102 Joicey Toronto

SPECS

Address: 102 Joicey Blvd.
Price: $4,299,000
Size (square feet): N/A
Storeys: 9 levels
Bedrooms: 4+1
Bathrooms: 8
Parking Spaces: 3-car garage
Property Taxes: N/A

102 Joicey Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Salt water fish tank complete with exotic fish
  • Hidden service kitchen for entertaining
  • Wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows in some rooms
  • Inground pool
  • NEON LIGHTS AND MUSIC IN THE BATHTUB. What!?
  • Two laundry rooms
  • 250-bottle glass wine cellar
102 Joicey Toronto

GOOD FOR

Fancy bowling. Fish enthusiasts.

102 Joicey Toronto

MOVE ON IF

You're afraid of stairs. You're conventional. Or you're not able to express your desire for defamiliarization via the purchase of a multi-million dollar home.

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