House of the week: 29 Webster Avenue
A townhouse like this one at 29 Webster Avenue is not your average historical Victorian that tend to dot Yorkville. This brick complex is relatively modest in comparison, less elaborate, and located on a narrow, one-way street near Avenue Road and Davenport.
The three-storey structure listed for just over $3 million is more designer than you'd expect from the outside. There's plenty of space at 3,400 square feet with high-end perks and curated fixtures like the expensive kitchen lighting from this place.
There's chandeliers in the marble bathroom, multiple walk-in closets, and a master retreat and a rooftop patio. There's an espresso bar directly across the street, several others within walking distance and a Whole Foods in the Hazelton Lanes Shopping Centre.
The upscale townhouse was previously listed for $2,995,000 in 2012, and returns to the market with the same class, and a little more pocket change. Is the property worth the asking? See what you think.
There's not much to do with the house. Move-in ready, landscaped gardens and overall low maintenance property. You might choose to paint the brightly coloured rooms but it's nothing a little Benjamin Moore can't fix.
MOVE ON IF
There's a development proposal and a long vacant lot right next door. Seems like the proposed 14-storey condo will likely happen in the future, but not without neighbour opposition. Plus, you can't make a left from Webster Avenue during high traffic times. Not that you'd want to make a left onto a main street like Avenue, but it's nice to have the option.
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