10th Annual Real Estate Roundtable: The top five sales in Toronto

Bridle Path is where it's at for the biggest ticket homes


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A $22-million property on High Point Road in the Bridle Path neighbourhood

To get a real sense of just how high real estate prices are in Toronto, we rounded up the five most expensive houses to sell in the last year.

  • Starting in first place is a $22-million property on High Point Road in the Bridle Path (pictured). 
  • The next three homes are also in the Bridle Path area, ranging from $16.5 million down to $12 million.
  • In fifth spot is a Forest Hill home on Warren Road that sold for $10.875 million.
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