360 walmer road

House of the Week: 360 Walmer Road

360 Walmer Road is a modernized home itching for someone with an awesome art collection, and a wicked pair of gliding socks. You will want to slide from each massive room into the next with ease so you can soak up the amazing layout, expansive windows and all around space.

There is no official dining room, so if entertaining is of importance then keeping the soiree to a strictly kitchen party may be most unbecoming for you. But, with five previous price drops this new price may make you consider becoming a Casa Loma local, if you aren't already. Or if you're anxiously awaiting that foreign, unknown and long lost relative to kick the bucket and leave you those millions.

360 walmer road

SPECS:

Address: 360 Walmer Road
Price: 2,495,000.00. Down from $3,249,000.00
Sq Ft: 3700
Bedrooms: 4+1
Bathrooms: 5
Parking: Attached garage for 2
Taxes: N/A
Walk Score: 80

360 walmer road

NOTABLE FEATURES:

  • In ceiling speakers
  • Recessed electric blinds
  • Security system
  • Hot water on demand system
  • Balcony and rooftop deck
  • Walk in closets with built in shelving
360 walmer road

GOOD FOR:

Good for anyone that likes sunlight, levels and a modern layout design. Perfect for someone with an art collection worth more than the home. So you can justify buying a storage spot to showcase your pieces.

360 walmer road

MOVE ON IF:

You are shy and a toilet in front of a window gives you great stress, as this appears on the third floor. Or if smudged fingerprints on glass also causes the OCD in you to escalate, because this home could eat your time in Windex maintenance.

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360 walmer road

Writing by Shannon Burnett


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