You Can Stay At This Luxurious Bridle Path Mansion In Toronto For $167

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You Can Stay At This Luxurious Bridle Path Mansion In Toronto For $167

Do you ever wonder what it'd be like to be Drake's neighbour? Well, that's a fantasy that might never happen, but there's a way you can come close.

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A listing on Airbnb for a "Luxury home on the Bridle Path" lets you rent out a gorgeous mansion situated on the famed Millionaire's Row in Toronto. It has a total of five bedrooms and is allowing up to 12 guests per stay.

The host describes the mansion as "an executive home with everything you need". Eight bathrooms (four of them being ensuite bathrooms), a huge office and library, private elevator, indoor swimming pool, gym, theatre and recreational area are all included within the premises.

The mansion is also located close to urban parks and restaurants, so it's perfect for large groups looking to escape the city, within the city.

The grand total for this rental is $1,998, which split among 12 friends is $166.50 each. The host requires a minimum 2-night stay and there are some additional costs that are fairly reasonable, including a $450 cleaning fee and $5,000 security deposit, which is around $416 split among 12 friends (it is a mansion, after all).

Those looking for a wedding venue or special events space may be interested in this rental.

To book this mansion, visit the listing on Airbnb here.

Courtesy: Airbnb

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