21 Ashall Boulevard

House of the Week: 21 Ashall Boulevard

This home at 21 Ashall Blvd near St. Clair Ave and O'Connor Drive is the text book definition of big and bright. Walk through the front doors of this carefully staged home (you might see some familiar furniture here) and into a large living area that flows seamlessly from the living room to dining room. The house is already incredibly spacious, but the large windows just make it feel even roomier.

If the large living space on the first floor isn't enough for all your socializing, there's a large rec room downstairs. And there's also a separate entrance for a nanny suite, or maybe even a potential rental property if you want to help out with your mortgage on this $1.4 Million home. Living large ain't cheap, but in this real estate market, it could be worse.

21 Ashall Boulevard

SPECS

  • Address: 21 Ashall Blvd
  • Price: $1,388,000
  • Lot Size: 41 x 110 ft
  • Bedrooms: 4 + 1
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Parking: 1
  • Taxes: To be assessed
  • Walk Score: 55
21 Ashall Boulevard

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Approximately 4000 square feet of finished space
  • Separate door to basement
  • Master walk in closet and large en suite
  • Large windows throughout
21 Ashall Boulevard

GOOD FOR

Families looking for lots of space. Four bedrooms...five baths...it's hard to get this much space for the price at only a 15 minute drive from downtown. The understated design will appeal to those who don't want to think about a reno.

21 Ashall Boulevard

MOVE ON IF

If you're looking for a walkable neighbourhood, look elsewhere. This house is nestled between the Don Valley Parkway, Taylor Creek Park, and O'Connor Drive. If you want to go out for a quick dinner, you'll have to hop into your car. Not only is the Walk Score a low 55, but the transit doesn't fare much better, clocking in with a score of only 62. If you're looking for urban life, look elsewhere.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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