This $14 million mansion in Aurora comes with an indoor pool and hockey rink
A mansion for sale in Aurora could double as a small resort or retreat for those who can afford it.
The home at 16 Hunters Glen Road in Aurora is listed for sale for just under $14 million and comes with many luxury features you would expect from a home in this price range, plus a few unique extras.
Built in 2013, the mansion is "spa-inspired" with wood panelling and Normaric trusses, says Re/Max Hallmark York Group salesperson Brenda Jenkins.
"It looks like an old country retreat," Jenkins says.
Sitting on more than three-and-a-half acres, the home is gated and accessed by a long driveway. The exterior is limestone and stucco.
When you walk in, you likely first notice the massive two-storey stone fireplace. The fireplace is two-sided, providing warmth in the solarium as well as the living room.
The reclaimed hemlock wood floors add to the old-country mansion feeling.
The kitchen has a walk-in refrigerator and pantry, pizza oven and hammered copper features. The deck off the kitchen is large enough for a wedding, says Jenkins.
As a multi-generational home, there are several spaces for work and studying with a row of built-in desks set up for children to do school work.
There are eight bedrooms with two large primary bedrooms.
The walk-out basement is where all the fun in the home happens.
The gym has French doors that lead to an indoor pool with picture windows and a skylight.
"The indoor pool is pretty spectacular," says Jenkins.
There is a hockey rink complete with boards and artificial ice in the basement so that "the kids can play hockey indoors."
There is a pool table, space for putting practice and a small pub as well.
"It is a place you would go and stay for a week and not leave the building," says the realtor.
There is a two-bedroom, 2,000 square-feet suite with a separate entrance, patio, garage, attached to the home that could be an in-law suite or staff members — which you may need for a home this size.
A large corporation could buy this home for retreats, or it could be a multi-generational home, says Jenkins.
So if you and your extended family are looking for new digs, this could be your place.
via Re/Max Hallmark York Group
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