Location: 16 Donino Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Square Footage: 7,720

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 6 bathrooms

Price: $5,495,000

This luxurious 4-story new build is located at 16 Donino Avenue in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The facade is made of Indiana limestone and features 2 entrances, a 2-car garage, terrace and a large 21 foot high window with balcony above. It offers approximately 7,720 square feet of living space. The ground floor (lower level) features a foyer with storage space and skylight, paneled elevator, 2-car garage with dog bath, home theater and a laundry room. The 1st floor is the reception level with an elegant foyer with hidden cloak room, large reception room with fireplace, paneled library with access to the front terrace, catering kitchen, wine cellar, guest bedroom, full bathroom, indoor exercise pool and a wet/dry cedar sauna. The 2nd floor is where all the main living areas are. It features an open concept living/music/dining room area, a spectacular gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, breakfast room and a family room with access to the back patio area that has a fire pit, BBQ area and water feature. The 3rd level features a landing with an incredible leaded glass ceiling, the master suite and 4 additional bedroom suites.

This home definitely has luxurious amenities and elegant features. However, it is way too close to its neighbors and there is absolutely no backyard; which is a big downfall.

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  • ted

    judging by the exterior, i thought the interior would be gaudy, opulent and overdone, but i actually quite like it. especially, the front door and kitchen.




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  • Chris

    Its lovely. The exterior is very nice and the interior is tasteful, but yet not overdone. If it wasn’t at the bottom of a hill, I’d like it just a bit more. But nonetheless a very well done and near perfect residence.




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  • Randy

    I love the award winning landscaping in the backyard




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  • Grrrowler

    It has potential to be a very nice house. The rooms look well-scaled and there are some nice details already in place. The proximity to its neighbors don’t bother me; that’s just how it is in some urban neighborhoods. If this were in the suburbs somewhere, then I’d have an issue with it. The back yard is a real disappointment. It would be much better if it had been terraced.

    Inside it looks like there are some good possibilities, but I really dislike the staircase in the living area instead of opening into the foyer.




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  • Venom

    Beautiful place and it is completely my style inside and out and has all the amenities I would need (elevator,indoor pool and sauna). Considering how high Toronto prices are, this may not be a bad deal.




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  • Daniel

    Is anyone else having trouble posting comments on select homes?

    Interior looks lovely but that exterior looks cheap to me. The backyard looks like it is avalanche prone.




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    • Venom

      How is limestone, palladium windows and copper gutters cheap?




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  • lambskin

    I do not like the two front entrances. It seems that owners would gain entrance through the garage. Thus, any guest who visits would most likely take the ground level door rather than the real front door with all those stairs. Thus the front door would hardly get any foot traffic. It is a lot of house for the lot and the reverse curb appeal does not show any other house at this level.




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