This majestic modern mansion is located in South Rosedale, one of the 15 heritage conservation districts of the City of Toronto. Granted the heritage conservation district status a decade ago, South Rosedale is the current name of a 110-acre estate bought by Sheriff Botsford Jarvis in 1824 on account of the abundance of roses on the hillsides surrounding the estate. The luxury residence boasts impressive curb appeal showing Rosedale at its finest and it is within walking distance of Yonge Subway Station.
Nestled on a 5,000-square-foot ravine lot at the heart of the City of Toronto, the mansion at 20 Cluny Drive includes: 5+1 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, a lower nanny suite with kitchen and bathroom; a large study with darkwood bureau and settee; a stunning, deep foyer with columns; very large family room with fireplace and broadloom carpet; master bedroom with fireplace, broadloom and 6-piece ensuite, some of the other bedrooms having ensuites, closet organizers, walk-in closets and bunk bed while others boast French doors, broadlooms or skylight; a spacious marble-floored state of the art kitchen with elaborate center island, custom cabinetry, walk-through butler’s pantry and eat-in area; dining room featuring hardwood flooring, heavy darkwood furniture, French doors and coffered ceiling; living room with fireplace, French doors and built-in bookcase. Listing details include eleven-foot soaring ceilings, ornate crown moldings, wrought-iron handrail for the wooden staircase, limestone walls, decorative columns, 4 fireplaces and leaded glass French doors.
Further amenities include circular driveway, 3-car garage with separate entrance, spa with hot tub, a glass sauna, a 4-piece bathroom on the third floor, a temperature-controlled wine cellar and a gym. In the back yard, right next to the beautiful terrace there is a dramatic infinity pool looking out onto the ravine while at the front there is a manicured lawn with heated circular driveway and boxwood hedge.