This Hockey-Rink House For Sale In Toronto Could Only Exist In Canada (PHOTOS)
There's also a pool & a wine cellar.
Have you ever been interested in knowing more about the real estate in Toronto's richest neighbourhood? People like Drake, the late Prince, and Conrad Black have all been, and still are, residents of the Bridle Path, which is a place in which most people can only dream of living. Toronto Bridle Path homes are some of the coolest properties in Toronto, and we wanted to take you on a tour inside of a particularly lovely listing that looks exactly like a Toronto castle.
Most of the time, people just drive through this neighbourhood in hopes of getting a glimpse of some of what it has to offer. Thankfully, the internet proves more effective so you don't have to be a total creep. Re/Max's listing for this 16 bedroom, 2 acre castle shows you the inside details of this stunning property.
For $22,900,000, this Toronto castle shows off its Canadian side by even including a hockey rink.
It looks like something out of Marie Antoinette, with the stone spiral staircase, moody wine cellar, dining room overlooking a manicured courtyard, an elaborate fireplace, and so much more. It has over 20,000 square feet of livable space, and is basically a private oasis of grandeur.
With the stunning windows and amazing layout, this place really is fit for royalty.
We can almost imagine Marie Antoinette herself soaking in that gorgeous, deep bathtub overlooking the courtyard.
Check out that spiral staircase descending into the wine cellar! Everything about this property is breathtaking.
We are not sure if the wine collection comes with the property, but we are so curious to know what vintages they have. You literally don't ever need to leave. This house has got everything you need. You can cozy up by the massive fireplace once you've found the perfect bottle of wine.
It even has a pool table, a hockey rink, and a pool. You literally never have to leave.
With enough work and motivation, this could one day be your house. It may seem like a distant reality, but why not shoot for the stars?