From the outside, it looks a little like the Palace of Versailles.
On the inside, it's a bit of a fixer-upper.
But it's supposed to look that way. Because this luxurious, 27,000-square-foot mansion is set to go on the auction block on April 16, and the party that puts up the (significant) money to buy it ought to have a chance to make it their own.
Currently listed at $13,980,000, the property at 40 Park Lane Circle in Toronto's Bridle Path neighbourhood is on a 2.4-acre ravine lot, according to its Concierge Auctions listing.
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In designing the home's exterior, architect Jacques Dinel took inspiration from Versailles itself, aiming to outfit it in a manner that creates a strong impression when people arrive, The National Post reported.
The porch boasts rosette coffers and Corinthian pillars, which flaunt a front door that opens into a foyer with a curved staircase and a mezzanine.
The home has eight bedrooms including suites for nannies and inlaws, and every single one has fireplaces and walk-in closets, the Post said.
There's also a grand ballroom, library, home theatre room and indoor and outdoor pools (the latter is Olympic-sized).
But this isn't the first time the house has gone to market, nor the first it's been put up for auction.
Anyone with the money to spare can check out the home from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. every day leading up to the auction.