House of the week: 1611 Woodbine Heights Blvd
1611 Woodbine Heights Boulevard is a newly listed property for $1,329,000 in the O'Connor-Parkview Hills neighbourhood. The dramatic exterior with its boxy faux brick facade is not your average East York bungalow. The faux brick might be a faux pas, but the interior will surprise and perhaps, even shock you.
The home is done up in a modern style, with a gourmet kitchen, high windows, floating staircase and glass walls. Sorry folks. This is no longer your grandmother's dowdy post-war bungalow.
By using high glass walls, 22-feet high vaulted ceilings and three skylights, the home is bathed in natural sunlight. There are six bathrooms, one around every corner, and almost every bedroom features its own private loft. The master has a sitting area and ensuite with a jacuzzi soaker tub.
Let's talk price. You won't find a property size with a driveway and garage like this for $1.3 million downtown. With Toronto's real estate market off the charts right now, local affordability comes in all shapes and sizes. Worth the asking price? Take a peek at the photos.
More bang for your buck. At over 3,000 square feet and a wide lot size, the home is move-in ready, minus that backyard that could use some work.
MOVE ON IF
You don't want to buy multiple baby gates. The multi-level floating staircases and the open staircase leading to the basement are just awkward for children and anyone with knee problems.
Thanks to Bosley Real Estate Ltd, Brokerage for sponsoring our House of the Week. All content and editorial selected and written by blogTO.
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