37 crescent road toronto

House of the Week: 37 Crescent Road

Looking to stage a modern rendition of Beauty and the Beast in a fancy lumberjack's house? We've got you covered. This home at 37 Crescent Rd. in Rosedale is the real estate equivalent of perfectly fitting designer jeans and a white tee adorned with Grandma's most precious vintage jewels. The house, with its smorgasbord of skylights and extraneous windows, is more light-filled than any I've come across whilst trolling real estate sites. Or maybe even IRL, for that matter. And the private "magical garden" oasis out back? Yeah, that alone makes this place worth $2,300,000. The (potential?) catch? This mansion, built in 1895, has actually been divided into two units. This is unit #1, check it out:

37 crescent road toronto

SPECS:

Address: 37 Crescent Rd.
Price: $2,300,000
Size (square feet): 3,200
Storeys: 2
Bedrooms: 2+1
Bathrooms: 3
Parking Spaces: 1
Maintenance fees: $1,050 monthly

37 crescent road toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Giant fairy-filled back yard
  • Pool
  • Tons of natural light
  • Exposed brick and beam
37 crescent road toronto

GOOD FOR

Lounging around in your stunning private garden, either drinking a ton of negronis or doing sun salutations, take your pick. You like history. This (backyard) is Italian villa-style circa 1906.

37 crescent road toronto

MOVE ON IF

You tend to think like Drizzy or someone and need your whole crew fuckin here. There's no room, bro.

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