This Outrageous $13.6M Toronto Mansion For Sale Is Just Pure House Goals (PHOTOS)
"If I had 13.6 million dollars!" 🎵
It might be safe to say we've all dreamt of living a life of luxury like this. There's a five-bedroom, nine-bathroom Toronto mansion for sale for an absolutely eye-watering $13.6 million. Let's be real, we can't afford this huge home, but it doesn't hurt to take a look at what it has to offer.
Located at 29 Forest Hill Road in the Forest Hill South-Casa Loma area, the home was remodelled just over two years ago, giving it a magical and super modern feel.
It's like living the life of a Kardashian, in all honesty. The rooms have walk-in closets, an in-home gym, and an in-home theatre. All in all, there's enough opulence for a family of six or more.
With enough natural lighting and a clear path through the rooms, the house is welcoming — and, dare we say, pretty intimidating — to any visitor.
There's also a seating area in one of the hallways that seem as if it's being held up by balloons. Although red balloons look like something from IT, don't worry, it's far from creepy.
Aside from the gym and theatre, the kitchen definitely stands out. There's so much room to move around, you could host a full-scale party in that room alone.
The cool thing about this house is that it also has a prep kitchen neatly hidden away. So, if you decide to cook a family feast or even get a private chef, this is the kitchen of your dreams.
With five bedrooms within the house, you can just picture how spacious they are, even with the walk-in closet.
The bathroom itself is also spectacular, but this is just one out of the nine in the house, so at least you'd never have to wait for that one person who always takes way too long.
This listing also claims the house has a wine cellar and a rec room with a stage.
There's no doubt that this house is beyond amazing. With a private backyard, it is safe to say the house is perfect for a huge family — if you have the inordinate amount of money needed for it.
Want to make monthly payments instead? Sure, that'll set you back nearly $50,000 every 30 days.
One can only dream!