140 Rebecca Crt Vaughan

This $14 million Vaughan mansion looks like a surreal fairytale come to life

While it's true in most cases that photos don't often do a home justice, it's even more so in the case of 140 Rebecca Court in Vaughan. 

This home is unreal in every possible way.

Sitting on over two acres of land, this five-bedroom, ten-bathroom mansion is like someone's fantasy and fever dream come to life. 

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The living room with a gas fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows. 

While the foyer looks normal, the second you step into the living room you're transported into another textured dimension.

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Columns make the room feel even more grand. 

It has 21-foot ceilings, plus a barrelled ceiling that features a mural that, according to the listing, underwent a seven-step painting process. 

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There's also built-in speakers integrated into the room. 

The room is reminiscent of European castles with its ornate and intricate details. 

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The office with buillt-in bookcases and a fireplace. 

Many of the other formal rooms, like the office and dining room, also feature ceiling murals.

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A sitting room with slate flooring. 

While other rooms in the home have wall-to-wall murals that create a fairytale-like setting.  

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The laundry room. 

Even the laundry room is somehow magical!

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The kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar. 

The kitchen at the centre of the home is massive and features elements like walk-in fridges, a deep fryer and a wine fridge.

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The formal dining room. 

Just think, you'll never have to go out to get the perfect french fries ever again!

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A bedroom with a five-piece ensuite. 

Upstairs you'll find the bedrooms, each unique in their own right. 

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The primary bedroom. 

The primary bedroom suite is fit for royalty with a dressing room, sitting area, fireplace, two walk-in closets and of course a sumptuous ensuite bathroom. 

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The pool table in the basement. 

The basement is a magical wonderland.

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The games room.

It's like an arcade with plenty of games and a pool table complete with your own fake audience. 

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The open concept rec room with a family gym and second kitchen.

There's also a rec room for movie nights and even a second kitchen. 

"The meticulous attention to detail found in this custom designed home creates a space to live with and love your family while, all at the same time, giving you the opportunity to host memorable galas for family and friends," explained Avenue Realty Team realtor Christopher Fusco. 

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Mature trees make the property extremely private. 

And the fun of this home doesn't end there.

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The pool. 

Outside there's of course an inground a pool with lots of surrounding patio space for lounging and entertaining.

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The pond with a water fountain feature. 

But in addition to that, there's also a private pond and even a 350-foot zipline. It's like having your own resort in your backyard. 

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An aerial shot of the property. 

And basically having your own built-in holiday retreat is probably a good thing because the home is listed for $13,998,000

Photos by

Winsold


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