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


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


  • 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


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


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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