House prices soared in the second half of 2009 in most of the GTA. Here are five where the buyers may not have even noticed — the most expensive homes sold this year:
1 32 High Point Rd.
Asked: $13.888 million. Sold: $11.8 million.
An 18,000-square-foot Bridle Path mansion on more than two acres. Negative-edge waterfall pool and tennis court.
2 91 Old Colony Rd.
Asked: $10.9 million. Sold: $8.675 million.
Imposing stone mansion in Bayview Avenue/York Mills Road area. Two-storey library with mahogany cabinetry. Indoor pool with hot tub and lower-level ballroom. Featured in Architectural Digest.
3 12 The Bridle Path.
Asked: $6.995 million. Sold: $6.9 million.
New 11,500-square-foot European-style chateau. Grand two-storey entrance, including two-storey “oasis” pool area.
4 338 Douglas Dr. Asked: $7.5 million. Sold: $6.8 million.
Classic Rosedale estate surrounded by ravine and gardens.
5 22 The Bridle Path. Asked: $6.250 million. Sold: $5.320 million.
Gated French chateau on ravine-like setting. Tennis court and par-3 golf course with putting green. Indoor lap pool.
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