The Bridle Path is an upscale residential neighbourhood in the former city of North York, now part of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that is characterized by large multi-million dollar mansions. It is often referred to as “Millionaires’ Row”. Now, one magnificent estate, nestled in this prestigious community in Toronto is on sale. Fashioned after the Palace of Versailles in France, influenced by Louis XIV era and the Palladian styles of Europe, the Bridle Path Estate goes under the hammer by Concierge Auctions on November 26. Previously offered for $23 million, the estate will be sold during a live auction in cooperation with Barry Cohen of Barry Cohen Homes.
Designed By renowned architect, Jacques Dinel Of Dinel Design, the estate provides breathtaking views of the ravines, and the internal amenities are rare and impressive. Boasting over 27,000 square feet of living area and panoramic views, this stunning home features eight bedrooms, fourteen bathrooms, a grand ballroom, a theater, indoor and outdoor pools and a tennis court.
The exterior of the Bridle Path Estate features custom-designed cartouches, friezes, emblems, two-story fluted pilasters with projecting Corinthian capitals, ornate brackets and laurel leaf corbels. Elaborate rosette coffers adorn the front portico ceiling, and substantial, 30-foot-tall Corinthian columns support the canopy.
“This home is a jewel in the making,” stated Dinel. “It has been a rewarding and inspiring experience working on this estate and the finished project will truly be a dream ready to come true for the new owners.”