$7.7 million cube-shaped Toronto mansion comes with indoor rock climbing wall

A freshly listed Toronto mansion is moving waves in the real estate world with its cool and quirky perks, which include a rock climbing wall.

The nearly 7,000-square-foot mansion at 65 Hillhurst Boulevard appears to be a very slick and elegant home priced at a hefty $7.690 million, perfect for any extremely wealthy Toronto family.

The exterior view of the house shows a light-coloured cube, with lots of large windows – a definite standout home on the street.

Inside the home (located in the “prestigious” Lawrence Park South neighbourhood) you’ll find lots of custom panelling and accent walls, chevron hardwood floors and sleek-looking finishings.

Further inside you’ll find the open-concept living room and adjoining dining room, which backs against a walnut-paneled reeded wall.

The walls of the living room area are giving a sort of psychiatrist office vibe, but in a really chic way.

The kitchen is decked out in laminam countertops and backsplash, built-in speakers, a custom porcelain island and huge wall-to-ceiling windows, welcoming in waves of sunshine.

Also on the main floor, you’ll find your very own library (or therapy office) with even more artistic walls and cathedral ceilings.

I feel like a very chich therapist and their family would be perfect for this home, something about it (to me) has a very clinical/professional matchup. 

Moving on up to the primary bedroom, you’ll find a cushy green velvet back wall and/or headboard and a balcony hanging over the garden.

It also has a double-sided gas fireplace surrounded by porcelain and custom wood.
The attached nine-piece ensuite has a gigantic cube-shaped tub, staring right into your neighbour’s backyard.

If soaking in your own filth doesn’t sound luxurious, you can scrub yourself clean in the seamless glass shower with rain head faucet, body jets and steam unit.

Now, to the…


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