$13 million Toronto mansion sits on site of former 'ghost house'
This contemporary home located at 35 Astley Avenue is just the latest luxurious property to enter Toronto's real estate market at a staggering $12,800,000.
The 8,631-square-foot home is located in Toronto's prestigious Roosedale-Moore Park neighbourhood, and sits on the site of a former 1950s-style abandoned ranch home.
The "ghost house" appeared in stark contrast to the other upscale homes in the area, and remained unoccupied for a number of years before it was finally demolished in 2018.
The entire property sprawls across 26,102 square feet on a pie-shaped ravine lot, and combines traditional design with contemporary elements.
Upon entry, you'll be greeted with a grand foyer with soaring 23 foot high ceilings.
Nearly every room of the five-bathroom, eight-bathroom home boasts views of the scenic neighbouring ravine, and the property is just a short walk away from the Don Valley Brickworks Park and the Lower Don Parklands.
In the eat-in kitchen, you'll find top-of-the-line appliances, gold accents, lots of cabinet space, an oversized island, and a bistro bar.
The main floor office features solid white oak panelling and copper-tiled ceilings.
The primary suite boasts a 200-square-foot walk-in closet, wall-t0-wall custom built-ins, views of the ravine, and an oversized island.
The spa-like ensuite includes a glistening chandelier, double sink vanity, freestanding soaker tub, and a massive walk-in glass shower.
The lower level serves as a true entertainer's space, with a custom 460-bottle wine cellar, a 4k projector, a 120-inch screen, and an additional kitchenette.
Considering its newly built features, contemporary elements, and close proximity to several green spaces, it doesn't come as a surprise that this sprawling property comes with a hefty price tag of nearly $13 million. You can find the full listing realtor.ca.
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