175 Haddington Avenue

House of the week: 175 Haddington Avenue

175 Haddington Avenue is a newly built four bedroom on the market for $3,300,000. It's a designer home with an eye-popping angular glass facade and a deep yard worthy of an outdoor pool and hot tub. Located just off of Avenue Road south of the 401, the 3,500 square foot space utilizes eco-conscious materials and a green roof with solar panels.

175 Haddington Avenue

The main floor has a few standout features. First, the floating fishbone staircase is both funky and disorienting, and the fire-engine red kitchen framed by a glass garage door adds pizzazz to what could have been a bland cookie-cutter interior.

175 Haddington Avenue

Like other properties in North Toronto, the lot is spacious at 44 x 130 feet. Still, real estate doesn't come cheap closer to the 'burbs. Houses are selling well over the million dollar mark and anything else is a frightening fixer-upper or knock-down.

175 Haddington Avenue

SPECS

175 Haddington Avenue

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Approx. 3,500 square feet
  • Skylights & fireplace
  • Fishbone staircase
  • Heated floors
  • Glass garage patio door
  • Green roof with solar panels
175 Haddington Avenue

GOOD FORA large family. The Bedford Park neighbourhood is family-friendly with a school and playground across the street. With four plus bedrooms, there's plenty of room to fill the home with children and/or feline pets.

175 Haddington Avenue

MOVE ON IF

You want a quaint post-war bungalow. There are still a handful of smaller homes lining the street but not for long -- most properties have been rebuilt into monster houses, attached to multi-million dollar price tags.

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