There are some crazy mansions currently for sale around the city but these ridiculous rooms in Toronto's most elaborate million dollar homes take the cake. One property features a full indoor basketball court and swimming pool while another has a purple movie theatre fit for a king. There's also the mansion with the portrait of the Mona Lisa and a property where a former US president once dined. We've discovered when a mansion has one ridiculous room, there's bound to be another. Only the photos can really do it justice. Let's take a look, shall we?
↑ This property in Markham listed for $8.8 million is so exclusive that a former US president has dined there, along with actor Gregory Peck. The 11,000 square foot house features some notable rooms including a purple home theatre with its extraterrestrial ceiling, elaborate wine cellar and indoor basketball court. Any guesses on which former president was invited for dinner?
↑ Here's a four-bedroom near Bathurst and Finch Avenue listed for $2.498 million which features a hallway of art and a portrait of the Mona Lisa. The ceiling in the front foyer with its blue sky and clouds is reminiscent of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Oh, and there's also a time machine in the bedroom.
↑ This six-bedroom house listed for $3.598 million near Bayview and York Mills Road features some surprises on its elegant property. There's a second floor glass cut-out and another crazy-looking wine cellar.
↑ Next up we have this 21,000 square foot property near King City listed for $6.9 million. There's a full size indoor gymnasium/basketball court (which includes a trampoline) and horse stables with separate living quarters. The indoor pool might be larger than the waterpark at Great Wolf Lodge.
↑ Lastly, we have a six-bedroom house made of wood near King City. There's cathedral ceilings, a sauna and wet bar, and the garage alone has space for 10 cars. If that's not enough, there's a full bowling alley in the basement. What is this massive log cabin selling for? Only a cool $16.8 million. · On the Rental Market Archives [Curbed Toronto]
· On the Market Archives [Curbed Toronto]