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30 Rosedale Road - List Price: $14,995,000

- Toronto, Ontario ON

Property Description

30 Rosedale Road offers a most discerning Buyer the opportunity to experience refined, turn-key luxury at the highest level.

A Georgian Revival, eight-bedroom family home, this is one of South Rosedale’s most beautiful properties situated on a private ravine lot. This totally renovated 16,360 square foot house is a combination of elegant, sophisticated interiors by Katherine Newman Design and the latest systems and technology.

The scale of the principal rooms is reminiscent of a time when one entertained on a grand scale. Respect paid to the home’s architectural pedigree is evident throughout with careful consideration to the restoration of original woodwork and mouldings.

A custom, 5000 bottle wine cellar, fitness room with walk-out to infinity pool perched above the ravine, spa and full staff quarters are just a few of the features that make this property unique and truly one-of-a-kind.

The setting creates a multitude of inspired vistas from within this serene space. Looking out to the handsome gardens and limestone walk-ways, the views from inside are comprised of green tree tops and the heritage red brick and slate rooftops of the neighboring homes for which Rosedale is famous.

Walking distance to chic shops, restaurants, the financial district and some of the best schools make this neighborhood one of the city’s most coveted.

Please contact Justine for more information about this special property including full feature sheets and floor plans.

Property Details

MLS Number:A_EXCL2290495
Property Type: Detached
Property Style: Georgian Revival
Bedroom:8+1
Bathroom: 11
Square Footage:16,360 Square Feet
Land Size:75 x 233 Feet
Total Parking Spaces: 8
Garage Spaces: 4
Garage Type: Detached
Property Taxes:$57,417/year

Toronto Real Estate Market Report

Octobers results indicate that there has been a strengthening in all market regions. Until recently the 905 region was recovering at a much slower pace than the City of Toronto (416 region). That has all changed, with the 905 growing at a pace equal to the City of Toronto.