Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec Recently Sold 33,650 Sq. Ft. Toronto Mansion for $17.4M
SOLD | 33,650 Sq. Ft. | 10 Beds | 13 Baths | 2.59 Acres
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Robert Herjavec, Canadian businessman and shark on ABC’s Shark Tank, recently sold his palatial mansion in The Bridle Path, an upscale residential neighbourhood in Toronto. The former dragon on CBC’s Dragons’ Den purchased the 33,650 square foot mansion in 2000 with ex-wife Diane Blese for $7 million. The property was put on the market for $19.38 million and eventually sold for $17.4 million. Interior details include a two-storey grand salon, extensive millwork and gold trimmed mouldings, a Neff kitchen, main floor master suite, spiral stairs, indoor pool and large ballroom. There are 10 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, a home theatre, main floor in-law suite and serene gardens with a pond, tea house and sports centre. The residence also includes a large garage with space for 10 vehicles. Toronto Sun revealed that Herjavec made his fortune with his cybersecurity software business called Brak. AT&T purchased the company in 2000 for $31 million. According to Toronto Sun, Herjavec was ordered to pay ex-wife Diane Blese $125,000 a month in support and a total of $25 million. Celebrity Net Worth estimates Robert Herjavec’s net worth at $200 million.