35,000 Sq. Ft. Mansion in Toronto’s Upscale Bridle Path Drops to $32M CAD
71 The Bridle Path, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M3B 2B2
When it comes to living in one of the nations most sought after areas, be prepared to shell out a pretty penny. The Bridle Path is known for its large multimillion dollar mansions and is often referred to as Millionaire’s Row. It’s reportedly the most affluent neighbourhood in all of Canada with an average household income of $936,000 CAD. A substantial 35,000 square foot mansion that originally hit the market for $38 million has been reduced to $32 million. It was built by Paul Miklas, of Valleymede Homes, who has a long history of projects in The Bridle Path, including homes upwards of 50,000 square feet. This 35,000 square foot mansion includes a double bridle staircase entry with hand-forged wrought iron railings, a two-storey grand salon, cathedral ballroom, large eat-in kitchen and nine bedrooms, eleven full and three half bathrooms. There is also a custom library with a quarter sawn white oak flooring, a hidden room, panelled walls and custom floor-to-ceiling built-in cabinets. The residence also includes a two-storey in-law suite with separate entrance and elevator. The 2 acre property was professionally landscaped and features Wendy Berger-designed gardens, fountains, a heated stone terrace and a tennis court. It’s on the market for $32 million CAD
$38.9 million CAD with Barry Cohen.