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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

House of the week: 75 Highland Crescent

75 Highland Crescent75 Highland Crescent certainly fits the description of dream home. This house includes 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and a five car garage on a lot that's over 13,000 square feet large. Floor to ceiling windows are located throughout and bring tons of light into the modern space and open up onto a patio bigger than my apartment. There's not a cramped spot to be found.

This home isn't just large though - it comes with plenty of luxury features too. There's the large and bright indoor pool and an accompanying plunge pool. And then there's temperature controlled wine cellar and wet bar. Did I mention the heated floors and driveway snow melting system? Plenty of high tech conveniences in this modern home. There better be with a $16.5 million price tag!

75 Highland CrescentSPECS

Address: 75 Highland Crescent

Price: $16,500,000

Lot Size: 94.93 x 389 ft

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 5

Parking: 8

Taxes: $54,544

Walk Score: 50

75 Highland CrescentNOTABLE FEATURES

  • Over 13,000 square foot property with a ravine view

  • Wine cellar and wet bar

  • Indoor walk in pool

  • Underground hydraulic garage lift

75 Highland CrescentGOOD FOR

Car lovers. This property has a five car garage complete with hydraulic lift and a total of eight parking spaces. And aside from the space, this house also sports Porsche-designed doors and BMW metallic painted beams in the entrance. Plenty of space for your luxury vehicles and the decor to go with it!

75 Highland CrescentMOVE ON IF

This fifteen year old house is too modern for you. Or, you think the underground garage looks too much like the torture room in the The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Plus there's always the $16.5 million price tag. Taxes alone on this home clock in at over $50,000 - more than many people make in a year. You'll have to save more than a few pennies to purchase this ravine lot home. But that's what the lottery and surprise inheritances are for!


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by Isabel Ritchie via blogTO

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