Maybe 2000’s goth style isn’t only popular with Gen Z now a days… This Toronto home is making a compelling argument that it should be included in high-end homes.
It’s moody, glamorous and oh so goth!
Listed for $5,595,000 the home, located at 377 Walmer Road in the Casa Loma neighbourhood, has four bedrooms, seven bathrooms.
While that’s all pretty standard for a home in this neighbourhood, it’s the interior decor that really caught my eye.
The listing does begin with the words: “dare to be bold!” and you might need to be to own a home like this.
The home is almost entirely black and white, which means any colours added pop against the monochromatic background.
The black walls and ceilings create a cave-like feel to the rooms, yet don’t make the space feel smaller than it is.
The kitchen is gleaming with all white cabinetry and marble countertops.
It’s also open-concept with dining room.
I’m still on the fence about the black and white pinstripe wallpaper featured throughout the home. It’s a bit Tim Burton / Beetlejuice but that was probably the intention.
Even if you’re not a fan of the interior decor, the home is stunning architecturally.
There are large windows, luxury finishes throughout, there’s an airy open-concept layout, private terraces off each level and lots of living space.
There’s even an elevator in the home.
Further, the backyard has all the bells and whistles including a waterfall, outdoor fireplace, living and dining areas and a “swimspa” (read: giant Jacuzzi).
So if goth really wasn’t “just a phase” this home might just be perfect.