History has a price. In the case of 124 Park Road in Toronto, that price is just shy of $20 million.
Built in 1857, this historic 5-bed, 9-bath home exudes elegance and has the amenities to match the price tag. In a city where every square foot counts, this property boasts nearly an entire acre to itself (0.9 acres to be exact).
Words and rooms you won’t typically find on average listings in Toronto include: Indoor ball hockey court, wine cellar/grotto, tunnel/art gallery, sauna, and coach house. So yes, if you’ve got the paper, we’ve got the property. And, having dropped a couple of million in price over the past two years, perhaps now is just the time to scoop it up.
Situated between Yonge St. and Mt. Pleasant Rd., just North of Rosedale Valley Rd., this incredible property offers seclusion in an all-too-often overwhelming city. Simply put, this house is the only escape you’ll ever need, and at 12,000 sq. ft., you’ll never get bored while ‘stuck’ at home (though you may get lost from time to time).
An official heritage property, ‘The Geary House’ was once the residence of George R. Geary, who was Mayor of Toronto from 1910-1912.
So, whether you’re on the hunt for an $80,000 monthly mortgage payment (after your $4 million downpayment, of course), or you just want to imagine you’re shopping for Harry and Meghan’s new Toronto pied-à-terre, have a look at what $20 million can buy.
Address: 124 Park Road, Toronto
Sq. Ft.: 12,000