House of the week: 124 Park Road
Looking inside of 124 Park Road, you wouldn't be able to tell that this home was built in 1857. As the oldest house in South Rosedale, this five bedroom, nine bathroom home houses just as many amenities as it does history. The asking price is $17,700,000.
The old-fashioned, light brick exterior is a sharp contrast to the modernized interior. Polished hardwood floors, marble and granite countertops and a mixture of classic and modern decor make this place visually stunning.
But, what puts it over the top is the number of luxuries it has such as a library, an indoor theatre, gym, and a wine cellar.
The basement is by far the coolest part of the house. With sports paraphernalia lining the walls, this is definitely a spot for the super-fan with its indoor ball hockey rink, and two different dens (one with a pool table), both complete with huge couches and flat-screen TVs.
Entertaining. With six parking spaces and a guest house that has direct access to the house, this is the perfect spot to host large parties or the next family reunion.
MOVE ON IF
You aren't a sports fan. This house not only has an outdoor pool, but also houses an indoor ball hockey room, billiards room, and a basketball court.
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