1 st ives avenue toronto

House of the Week: 1 St. Ives Avenue

This home at 1 St. Ives Ave. in Lawrence Park (At Lawrence Ave. E. and Mt. Pleasant Rd.) is much like your ex: it has lots of crazy personalities all rolled into one big ball of it's-impossible-to-see-what's-going-on, but that's kind of what you like about it. In some moods, like the wine cellar, this house thinks of itself as a modern, wooded Tuscany situation. In others, it's more Victorian-mod, with a touch of the pearl-clutching but relentlessly stylish elderly lady. There's even a touch of the lumberjack in the exposed beams in one of the dining rooms—something for everyone!

1 st ives avenue toronto

SPECS:

Address: 1 St. Ives Avenue
Price: $5,880,000
Size (square feet): N/A
Storeys: 2
Bedrooms: 3 + 2
Bathrooms: 7
Parking Spaces: 2
Property Taxes: $25,784.84

1 st ives avenue toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • 1,200 bottle wine cellar
  • Inground pool
  • Skylights
  • Oak herringbone floors
  • Custom mahogany china cabinets
  • Gas Fireplaces
  • Private courtyard
  • Home theatre
1 st ives avenue toronto

GOOD FOR

People with as many personalities as the house, who get bored easily and require room to wander. Winos. Cinephiles.

1 st ives avenue toronto

MOVE ON IF

Redecorating a house this size will give you a headache/anxiety attack. Or if you want a more low-maintenance kind of life.

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