54 stanley terrace toronto

House of the Week: 54 Stanley Terrace

A modern Victorian with the possibility of even more "modern" alongside. This house includes an adjacent lot with plans for a home next door, allowing would-be purchasers the urban treat of ultimate NIMBY discretion. Located a couple of blocks from Trinity Bellwoods, this Victorian rises three storeys tall, merging throwback clawfoot features with shiny contemporary appliances and a pretty spectacular master suite.

54 stanley terrace toronto

SPECS:

Address: 54 Stanley Terrace
Price: $1,049,000
Lot size: 33.73 x 64.70 ft
Storeys: 3
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Ceiling height: 10.5 ft
Parking spaces: 2
Exterior: Brick

54 stanley terrace toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES:

  • Viking gas range
  • Farmhouse sink and Bosch dishwasher
  • Restored hardwood floors
  • Clawfoot bathtub
  • Fireplaces (not working)
  • High efficiency gas furnace and humidifier
  • Third floor master with skylights and walkout
  • Views of Stanley Park
54 stanley terrace toronto

GOOD FOR:

Mixing new and old, steel and brick, making use of those reclaimed Victorian cast iron register grates cluttering antique stores. Good for those who plan to build next door and/or want to prevent others from building next door. Good also for Stanley Park dog enthusiasts.

54 stanley terrace toronto

MOVE ON IF:

You hate scrubbing graffiti off your garage door. You want a little open-concept for your million dollars. You think tiles should be on floors, not walls.

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If you had the dough, would you buy this home? Let us know where you stand in the comments below.


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