House of the week: 92 Glen Road
This regal Rosedale semi on the market for $2,595,000 is a well preserved time capsule in the upscale neighbourhood. The four bedroom, three bathroom abode at 92 Glen Road is a heritage-designated property, constructed by the same architect who designed historical Toronto landmarks like city banks, churches and notable public library branches.
The Georgian-style architecture of this meticulously restored home is typical in this exclusive neighbourhood. Original elements like the curved entranceway, wood staircase, and fireplace combined with upgrades to the retro kitchen and antiquated ensuite (literally) bathe the house with character.
At almost 3,000 square feet over two and a half storeys, the majestic home blends into the neighbourhood lined with other semis and quaint row houses. It's nearby to transit and in close proximity to shopping, dining and access to the plenty of green space.
Those who've always wanted a heritage home. Located in one of the city's oldest neighbourhoods, this grand semi was built just after 1896 and now comes with a heritage plaque mounted to the front. The owners did a tasteful job of preserving some of the home's original features while providing necessary upgrades to the interior.
MOVE ON IF
You need a finished basement. The lower level comes unfinished, which is unfortunate for anyone needing an immediate nanny suite or man cave. Perhaps if you've already shelled out almost $2.6 million, a few extra for renos won't break the bank.
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