Real Estate

The Winfields area of the North York neighborhood of Toronto, Canada, is made up of tree-lined streets, spacious family homes and parkland.

Among the palatial homes there are newly built mansions such as this stone-exterior estate, which looks right in keeping with its neighbors. Steps off the circular driveway lead up to a portico supported by thick columns and protecting an arched double entry door.

Arched windows continue along the ground floor front facade of the two-story plus below-grade level home. Indiana limestone, a slate roof and copper eaves are among other details.

Offering 10,000 square feet of living space, the corner-lot residence combines state-of-the-art technology, Lorne Rose architecture and Nazem interiors.

The chandelier-topped inlaid wood entry hall opens to the living room, which has a fireplace. Finishes include extensive millwork.

A multi-tray ceiling, a fireplace, French doors and wide plank flooring adorn the formal dining room. Another dining area sits between the center-island kitchen and family room, where a marble-clad wall incorporates a modern fireplace and display shelving. A library completes the ground floor.

An elevator and sweeping staircase connects the levels. The five bedrooms on the upper floor include the primary suite, which has a fireplace, an expansive dressing room and a marble bathroom.

An exercise room, a wine cellar, a nanny room, a home theater, an office and a game room make up the lower level. There are a total of nine bathrooms.

A swimming pool, cabana, lawn and landscaping fill the backyard. The three-car garage and driveway can provide parking for 15 vehicles

Barry Cohen of Barry Cohen Homes is the listing agent for 15 Purling Place, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The asking price is CAD 11.9 million or about US $9.3 million.

Nearby Windfields Park is popular with picnickers, ski-skaters and cross-country skiers.

Barry Cohen Homes is an exclusive member of Forbes Global Properties, a consumer marketplace and membership network of elite brokerages selling the world’s most luxurious homes.

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