Well-heeled home with high-heel tub listed in Saskatoon for $4.6M
Realtor says property one of the most expensive ever listed on MLS in the city
A Saskatoon home equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows, a massive kitchen, a game room and a bathtub shaped like a high-heel shoe is listed at $4.6 million and is said to be the most expensive property to ever hit the market in the city.
Located at 934 Saskatchewan Crescent East, the home is reportedly being sold because its owners no longer spend much time in Saskatoon. Clark Dziadyk, their son and real estate agent, said the property is "completely over the top."
The home sits near the top of the University Bridge, offering a view of the South Saskatchewan River and the Saskatoon skyline.
At slightly less than 4,700 square feet, the home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and an elevator. It is fully wheelchair accessible.
One of the standout elements is a massive bathtub shaped like a stiletto heel.
"It's a fully functional tub," Dziadyk said. "The water actually comes out from the top of the high heel."
Ashley Turner, co-owner of the Turn Key Group and 21 Century Fusion real estate, said that while a house of this value is not unheard of in the city, it's not common for it to be posted on real estate website Multiple Listing Services (MLS).
"Our average price-point right now is below $400,000 for sure," she said.
She said the highest valued house ever to sell in Saskatoon's resale market was on Saskatchewan Crescent West and went for $2.6 million this past December.
"This is obviously a big step up, even from that high price range," she said.
Dziadyk said he's eager to see what kind of offers come in for the home.
"It's going to be an interesting one to see how it pans out," he said.