21 Boswell Avenue Toronto

House of the Week: 21 Boswell Ave

Down a whopping million dollars since its listing back in October, this Yorkville-area home is now being offered for a bargain basement $6,950,000. Complete with an excessive amount of natural light, ceiling height, and bathrooms, 21 Boswell Avenue is certainly suited to those who like to make a statement. Or those who like their home to make a statement — whatever. Here's what you'll get for 13 per cent off.

SPECS:

Address: 21 Boswell Ave
Price: $6,950,000
Lot size: 50x93.50
Storeys: 3
Bedrooms: 4+1
Bathrooms: 6
Parking spaces: 4
Ceiling height: 17ft
Taxes: $29,534.36 (2012)
Exterior: Stucco
Pool: In-ground

21 Boswell

NOTABLE FEATURES:

Rooftop garden
Heated drive
Built-in sound system
Oak/ heated limestone floors
Aluminum kitchen cabinets
Floating rolled steel and limestone second-floor catwalk
Custom maple bathroom vanities
Sauna
Games room
Wine cellar
Electronically controlled blinds
Built-in garage
Salt water pool
Central vacuum

21 Boswell Avenue Toronto

GOOD FOR:

Very tall people, very artsy people, those who appreciate extreme open-concept. Good for wowing dinner guests with a dramatic interior reveal and showing off those 20x8 canvas works of art. Good for those who consider themselves the oddballs on the block.

21 Boswell Avenue Toronto

MOVE ON IF:

You have a toddler, rogue pets, a Roomba. Move on if you care not to see your own reflection in the kitchen cabinets/island/various ceilings. Move on if you're looking for cozy or anything resembling traditional charm.

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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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