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This $11.5 million Toronto home has a backyard that's basically like a resort

With summer just around the corner, you might be preparing to spruce up your backyard or balcony to make the most out of Toronto's limited stretch of sunny weather. 

However, this recently listed $11.5 million home in Toronto blows every backyard oasis out of the water, and is being coined the "Back Garden Paradise." 

93 dunvegan roadLocated in Toronto's prestigious Forest Hill neighbourhood, this home at 93 Dunvegan Road is a short distance from St Clair subway station and greenspaces like David A. Balfour Park

93 dunvegan roadIt's also in close proximity to notable restaurants such as Capocaccia Trattoria, Scaramouche, and Mary Be Kitchen

93 dunvegan roadThe contemporary home boasts over 6,000 square feet of living space, plus an additional 2,470 square feet in the fully-finished lower level. 

93 dunvegan roadPerhaps one of the home's most notable features is its soaring commercial-grade atrium window. 

93 dunvegan roadThe industrial-style black powder-coated steel and glass doors divide the home and provide a glimpse into the resort-style backyard. 

93 dunvegan road

Upstairs, you'll find the primary bedroom, which comes with its own walk-in closet, fireplace, and spa-like ensuite. 

93 dunvegan roadThe primary bathroom includes a massive vanity, freestanding tub, and sleek walk-in glass shower.

93 dunvegan roadLast but certainly not least, the home's resort-inspired backyard comes with an in-ground pool and integrated hot tub. 

93 dunvegan roadThe backyard puts an emphasis on outdoor living, with its own sports court, kitchen, and stone patios for lounging and dining. 

93 dunvegan roadYou'll have shell out some serious cash if you want your home to be equipped with its very own resort-style backyard oasis. The property is currently listed for a whopping $11.5 million. 

You can find the full listing here

Lead photo by

Sotheby's International Realty Brokerage

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