31 Bernard Avenue

House of the week: 31 Bernard Avenue

This Annex home located at 31 Bernard Avenue has lots of curb appeal with a great location. Just steps from the subway and also adjacent to Yorkville for upscale amenities, it's a reminder why this is such a desirable neighbourhood, not mention it's an excellent example of an old Annex residence. The house has a beautiful brick exterior, with well-maintained windows and doors and large trees adding charm to the landscaping.

Inside, the home has been fully renovated. There's am new kitchen with stainless steel appliances as well as five washrooms - the ultimate luxury for a downtown location. But in case you were hoping to keep a little more historic charm in the home, some key features have been maintained. The house has beautiful crown moulding, built in bookshelves, and hardwood flooring on the main level. Look past the obvious staging here and choose your own adventure! Modern or classic - or maybe a bit of both.

31 Bernard Avenue

SPECS

Address: 31 Bernard Ave
Price: $2,695,000
Lot Size: 122 x 26
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5
Parking: 1
Taxes: $14,807
Walk Score: 100

31 Bernard Avenue

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Brick home with lots of curb appeal
  • Built in book shelves in two bedrooms and in the rec room
  • Finished basement with wine cellar
  • Five bathrooms - one on each level plus a master en suite
31 Bernard Avenue

GOOD FOR

Annex urbanites with lots of kids. This large home is fit for a big family with five bedrooms and five bathrooms. This bay-and-gable home is classic old Toronto, but with the modern conveniences of a new home, so maybe you can have your cake and eat it too. Just don't expect a large yard - the city will have to be your playground!

31 Bernard Avenue

MOVE ON IF

You think $2.6 Million should get you a little more bang for your buck. It's a semi-detached, so you'll have to be wary of noisy neighbours. And the urban location means a small backyard and no garage. If you're looking for more privacy and car convenience, this isn't the house (or the neighbourhood) for you.

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