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TOP 5 MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSES IN TORONTO AS OF
TOP 5 MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSES IN TORONTO AS OF
#1 - MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSE IN TORONTO IS 68 THE BRIDLE PATH $25MNestled on the Bridle Path with just over 4 Acres Ravine Lot, this Landmark Estate is a Paradise of Privacy.  It was previously owned by Business Magnate Robert Campeau who purchased 2 lots and built this 28K sq ft Mansion to resemble a French Chateau. If you can afford this 9+1 Bedroom / 14 Bath home, you won't mind paying the $76K+ Annual Taxes!#2 - 35 HIGH POINT ROAD COMES SECOND $19,800,000.00This Bridle Path European Style Mansion has an impressive 2-storey Foyer with a double curved staircase and domed octagon ceiling.
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BRIDLE PATH REAL ESTATE TORONTO
BRIDLE PATH REAL ESTATE TORONTO
The Bridle Path Toronto Real Estate  Listings         Walkscore      Quarterly ReportsFor more Information on Mansions, Palatial Palaces, Luxury Detached and Condos


      For a MAP of BRIDLE PATH THE BRIDLE PATH...an exclusive enclave of Multi-Million Dollar Mansions, Estates and Palatial Palaces Homes and Houses situated on 2 - 4 acre lots.  Often referred to "Millionaire's Row", it sprawls a couple of Streets - The Bridle Path, Park Lane Circle and Post Road.  It is one of the most affluent Real Estate in Toronto neighbourhoods.  Most of the properties are gated. These streets have no curbs and many speed bumps to deter traffic from flowing through, however it is a shortcut from Lawrence Avenue to Bayview Avenue. Many of the homes are hidden from street view and the only thing you seeing are winding driveways.  Seeing new Construction is common as many of the older estate homes are being replaced with Paliatial Palaces.  The home styles vary from Contemporary to Palatial Palaces. The Bridle Path dates back to Alexander Milne in 1827.  He settled his family and built his business - Wool and Saw Mills along the side of Wilket Creek on the site that we now know as Edwards Garden until 1932 when low water supply forced him to move east along the Don River.
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FOREST HILL REAL ESTATE TORONTO
FOREST HILL REAL ESTATE TORONTO
Forest Hill Toronto Real EstateInformation on Neighbourhood, Listings, Prices and SchoolsLISTINGS             WALKSCORE             QUARTERLY REPORTSFor Information on FOREST HILL Real Estate   for a MAP of FOREST HILLLuxury Houses, Mansions, Townhouses & Condos,Parks, Schools, Shopping, Points of Interest, Banks and more ...FOREST HILL TORONTO, ONTARIO was first incorporated as a Village in the early 1900's. Surrounded by major roads 'Lower Forest Hill' was developed in the 1930's - South of Eglinton, East of Bathurst, West of Chaplin Crescent/Avenue Road/Oriole Parkway and North of St. Clair.  'Upper Forest Hill' - North of Eglinton,  East of Marlee Avenue, South of Glencairn Avenue, West of Latimer Avenue was slower to be developed.
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