This large mansion is located at 26 Park Lane Circle in Toronto’s exclusive Bridle Path neighborhood. It boasts formal living and dining rooms, great room, gourmet kitchen, family room, game room, finished lower level, an indoor swimming pool and much more. It is listed at $18,890,000. The listing has not one bit of information on this home regarding the square footage and # of bedrooms and bathrooms. Hopefully they will put more info up in the coming weeks.

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  • Cole

    The yellow is quite unappealing, but other than that, I like it a lot.




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  • Iemand

    Outside looks waaaaay better than the inside. So 18 mill? No way. But you could turn it into something nice.




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  • Grrrowler

    The outside is attractive but would benefit from some additional landscaping. The interior is a big mess. The furnishings could not look any cheaper or any less appealing. Does someone who can afford an $18,000,000 house really live like this?




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  • Tay

    What justifies this price??????!?!?!!!! Ok first of all for 19 mill it would have to be an incredibly desirable place, we’re talking tourist destination/ second home haven, people would want to live there, not just because they have to… Second of all, it’s Canada… Third, who the f*** was landscape architect! Fourth, !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (vomit)…




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    • Nick

      Bridle Path is the most expensive neighbourhood in Canada. Don’t be ignorant and get a clue!




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  • Swimmer

    The outside is nice, but the interior, especially the loft just looks bland and boring.




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    Canada is no longer the United States’s poor cousin. 🙂 Toronto is a very wealthy city these days and the Bridle Path area is home to some very expensive real estate. The Canadians ship a lot of their shale oil south of their border for us to run our cars on (they have more oil than the entire Middle east in fact) and their dollar has become almost equal to ours over the past few years. I am not surprised that this home costs as much as it does – there are even more expensive homes in that neighborhood.




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    • Venom

      At the end of the day, Canada is cold as crap and miserable.
      Believe me I know, all my family lives there.
      In time Canada’s economy will fail.
      The spending and the house prices are out of control.
      I predicted this crash in America and I am predicting it in Canada.
      I would rather be chilling on a beach in California or Florida any day.




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  • Flavia

    Looking at the pics of the listed house, I would have full of remarks:
    1) It is highly overpriced
    2) It is deserted
    3) It is cold
    4) A renown decorator it’s a must prior to the selling.
    Ask a dcorator/designer, they would tell that decor does not comply to the elements and principles of design.
    5) Style and character are missing, house just pretends to have some, but can not achieve it
    6) It seems that the owners/service people have lived on the upper floors only

    When asking such a high price, the following must be delivered: style, character, substance, appropriate decor, a sense of well being, attraction, create a need to live in that place. Only the well trumpted: “Location, location, location” is still not enough.

    Last but not least, that utmost refinement of every single detail being polished and not left behind must be well reflected into the house.




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