39 Douglas Crescent Toronto

House of the Week: 39 Douglas Crescent

39 Douglas Crescent is an executive four-bedroom in Rosedale overlooking a gorgeous ravine. In a wealthy community boasting mansions and swimming pools, the two-level house is located in a private enclave near the Don Valley Parkway. The asking price is just over $3.1 million.

The light grey exterior is a shocking contrast to the main foyer and interior, designed with custom-built walnut and wood finishes.

39 Douglas Crescent Toronto

The house has hardwood floors and dark-panelled walls with hidden built-ins. There's also a striking spiral staircase.

39 Douglas Crescent Toronto

Upstairs, the spacious master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom, ample closest space and a walkout terrace. The ensuite features an impressive soaker tub and a great view of the tree-lined backyard.

39 Douglas Crescent Toronto

SPECS

39 Douglas Crescent Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Approx. 2,500 square feet
  • Skylight
  • Heated floors in bathrooms
  • Hardwood floors
  • Spiral staircase
  • Large soaker bathtub
  • Backyard overlooking ravine
39 Douglas Crescent Toronto

GOOD FOR

Outdoorsy types, nature-lovers, environmentalists, runners - or all of the above. Urban dwellings often have limited outdoor space and small backyards, unless your yard overlooks a community park or ravine like this property. A great locale for walkers and dog walkers alike.

39 Douglas Crescent Toronto

MOVE ON IF

You like foot traffic. This area is more of a car-friendly neighbourhood. And while T.O. was recently named a top travel destination by the New York Times, this quiet neighbourhood wouldn't rank high as a trendy tourist hot spot.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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