House of the week: 33 Rosedale Road
33 Rosedale Road, listed for $4,750,000, has an indoor swimming pool, a secret room and an extensive book collection. On the market for the first time since it was built in 1980, the home is a serious book lovers paradise infused by natural light and a rare circular layout.
The features of the home are both dizzying and intriguing. There's a sunken family room, twisting staircase and a circular skylight overlooking a zen-like space. Downstairs is a billiards room, a pool with a retractable glass roof, and a hidden bookcase door, leading to a secret wine cellar and storage area.
Nowadays, $4.7 million seems like a steal in this posh Rosedale neighbourhood. From CEOs to celebrities, the area is filled with movie star mansions and ultra expensive real estate. Just check out this neighbouring property at 30 Rosedale Rd. The eight bedroom estate with a home movie theatre and a sweet infinity pool was previously listed for a mind-blowing $14,800,000 before lowering its asking price.
Have a closer peek inside this '80s Rosedale pad.
A renovation? Sure, it's a $4.7 million estate but it still could use an upgrade. According to the realtor, the property was built on a large parcel of land with room to expand in the back. Design plans are available if you're up for building an additional floor with an underground parking lot for 11 cars.
MOVE ON IF
The yearly taxes frighten you. At $20K, most Rosedale billionaires won't even flinch at the cost, but for some, that's a part-time salary.
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