This charming stone clad mansion is located at 287 Forest Hill Road in Toronto, ON, Canada. After a major addition in 2008, the home now boasts 9,100 square feet on the 1st and 2nd floors (including a 2,000 square foot master suite) and 5,965 square feet on the lower level. There are 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, elevator, home theater, wine cellar, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, 4-car garage and more. It is listed at $8,295,000.

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  • Joseph

    This house has a great sense of beauty, and it is very understated. I was surprised to see it on this website though. It looks 2,000 to 3,000 square feet. I thought it could be in the 5,000 square foot range at max.




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  • Limedaiquar

    Exterior looks like it has a face.

    Interior……Mind=blown




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    • Kenny Forder

      Lol it does




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  • mak

    I love the Koi pond in the back yard.




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    • Kenny Forder

      HA!




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    • NOVA Ben

      Accidental koi pond = win




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    • FireInvestigator

      That’s actually a Custom Designed Frog Pond by Frog Worx Design Group. I know their work by sight.




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  • R

    You have to see all the homes in this area – in real life is the best…. it would blow anything posted on this website out of the water! This is one of the most prestigious areas in all of Canada.




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  • Grrrowler

    I sort of like this, but like most Toronto houses we see it’s quirky and has its share of issues. I think the front facade is nice, but yes it does have a face. I hate the way the garage looks; couldn’t they have put some nicer looking carriage-house style wooden doors? I also hate the corner cutout in the back. Speaking of the back, it’s now late June. I think the realtor should have taken some updated pictures of the back yard and pool/koi pond, pictures that don’t make it look abandoned.

    As for the interior, there are some rooms that could be very nice. Most of the ground floor public rooms look like they could be very gracious and lovely, with the right decorator. There are also some wonky spaces. I don’t like the high-gloss floor in the dining room, but that could be changed. The master bathroom being wide open like it is, even if it opens to a closet/dressing room, is terrible. Then there’s the other bedroom with the shower that opens directly into the bedroom; who’s brilliant idea was that? The kitchen is also really, really, REALLY plain and I would expect more from an $8,000,000 house. Ultimately, there’s too much wrong with it to call it a decent house.




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    • lambskin

      My thoughts exactly. The mirror backslpash in the kitchen and masterbath is just plain sutpid. Big new construction next door dwarfs the place. Plus for $8M it should have a better sprinkler system as evidenced by the ugly hose on the side of the house in picture 2.




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  • Daniel

    The outdoor pool is depressing. Boo.




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  • architect121

    To me it feels like the stereotypical Toronto high end new build. It’s nothing architectually significant or spectacular, but the finishes are nice enough and it’s not too over the top. It definitely has quirks and flaws, but its a decent home.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I agree with the general consensus…there are nice aspects, but overall it’s a highly flawed home. I agree with Grrrowler that the public rooms could be great with good decorating. And the rear cutout really bothers me too. I hate the kitchen. Overall this seems like a weird mix of freshly updated and old weirdness. No thanks.




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  • Denise Morgan

    Wow it’s very elegant and classy. The indoor pool looks like a hotel pool. I love the chandeliers. They are everywhere!




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