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House of the Week: $5.5 million for a Caledon estate with three storeys, two living rooms and an elevator

At 8,200 square feet, the property also comes with marble all over, an 800-square-foot loggia and a backyard the size of a soccer pitch

By Alex Cyr| Photography by Stallone Media
House of the Week: $5.5 million for a Caledon estate with three storeys, two living rooms and an elevator

Neighbourhood: Caledon Estates Price: $5,500,000 Size: 8,200 square feet Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 7 Parking spots: 20 Agent: Mike Jebo


The place

An 8,200-square-foot villa on a 1.5-acre lot. Nestled in the private community of Caledon Estates, it’s a short drive from Highway 9 and the Caledon Trailway.

The history

Beaverhall Communities, a development firm based in Richmond Hill, completed the home in 2022 and recently put in on the market. Realtor Mike Jebo says it’s ideal for a multi-generational family—with expensive tastes, of course.

The tour

The stone façade is defined by multiple gables, a 18-foot window and a four-car garage.

House of the Week: $5.5 million for a Caledon estate with three storeys, two living rooms and an elevator

Oak double doors give way to a marble foyer that rises 24 feet.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: foyer

Crown moulding and coffered ceilings add luxury to the open living area, dining area and kitchen.

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Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: open concept

Large bay windows flood the family room with natural light. There’s also a gas fireplace below the TV.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: family room

A second living room has three sets of French doors that lead out to a balcony.

House of the Week: $5.5 million for a Caledon estate with three storeys, two living rooms and an elevator

The kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances, four ovens and Caesarstone countertops. The doorway to the left of the gas cooktop leads to a butler’s pantry.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: kitchen

A wrap-around oak staircase connects all three storeys.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: staircase

For easier access to each floor, there’s even an elevator.

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Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: elevator

This second-floor corridor overlooks the front yard.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: bay window

The home’s east wing is fashioned as a guest loft.

House of the Week: $5.5 million for a Caledon estate with three storeys, two living rooms and an elevator

Down the hall is the gargantuan main suite, equipped with its own ensuite bathroom, private balcony, laundry room, walk-in closet and bespoke oak cabinets.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: main bedroom

The main ensuite looks like it belongs in a five-star hotel.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: bathroom

Each of the house’s six bedrooms comes with its own bathroom, walk-in closet and heated floors.

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Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: bedroom

One of those ensuites is clad in marble, with a soaker tub and a spa-like water closet.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: ensuite bathroom

Here’s another of the upstairs bathrooms, with a double vanity and a view of the yard.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: upstairs bathroom

The builders constructed an 800-square-foot loggia behind the house.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: loggia

The backyard is ready to accommodate a pool, a patio, a basketball court—whatever the new owners desire. The loggia acts as a canopy for the lower level, and clearly there’s enough space for huge parties.

Toronto, Real Estate, House of the Week, Caledon Estate: backyard

Have a home that’s about to hit the market? Send your property to realestate@torontolife.com.  

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