This $2.5 million Toronto house has see-through bathroom walls
If you’ve ever wondered what the ultimate level of intimacy is, you might find it in a recently listed Toronto house that has completely see-through bathroom walls.
The house, located at 75 Holborne Avenue in East York, came on the market for $2,488,800. Although it might be the price tag that would catch many people’s attention, it’s actually one of the home’s five bathrooms that’s the most jaw-dropping.
Inside one of the home’s bedrooms is a glass-enclosed bathroom, meaning everything from the toilet to the shower is in plain view of anyone in the room. Part of the bathroom does have a solid wall, but surprisingly it’s the sinks that were put behind there. Listing agent Ira Kalemi told Daily Hive that the lower half of the glass will end up being frosted, providing some more privacy.
And it’s not just the bathroom — the rest of the Toronto house features plenty of glass too. Everything from the LED-trimmed stairwell railings to the fridge door to the primary closet to the garage door to the wine cellar is see-through. Interestingly, or perhaps thankfully, none of the other bathrooms have glass walls.
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The house appears to be a large, open concept design with a massive kitchen, spacious living room, and a finished basement. There’s also plenty of outdoor space with a backyard, back deck, and second-floor balcony, with the latter two being enclosed in glass.
According to Kalemi, she’s hoping the house will sell relatively quickly. And although the house may not be for everybody, whoever buys it will easily have one of the most standout homes in the city.