162 Aldwych Avenue

House of the week: 162 Aldwych Avenue

This ultra modern three level house, just east of the Danforth, is on the market for $1,488,000. Located at 162 Aldwych Avenue, the standout east side home is sitting pretty with its boxy wood facade and transparent glass back overlooking the fenced-in yard.

The four bedroom has almost 3,000 square feet of space and high ceilings framed by a skylight. There are a few fun features like the winding glass staircase (spread over five levels), a custom wine rack on the lower level, built-in speakers and other high tech gadgets like the video intercom.

162 Aldwych Avenue

Don't knock the location. East Yorkers love their neighbourhood -- feeling more like a suburb with larger property spaces and limited towering high-rises blocking the view. It's quieter than the Danforth (especially during that crowded summer festival) and accessible by transit.

162 Aldwych Avenue

SPECS

162 Aldwych Avenue

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Approx. 3,00 square feet (incl. basement)
  • Heated floors
  • Skylight
  • Fireplace
  • Glass staircase
  • Built-in wine rack
  • Third floor balcony
  • Garage
162 Aldwych Avenue

GOOD FOR

This property has a lot to offer for a growing family. The home is quite large for an urban dwelling with four bedrooms, five baths and three car parking. A laundry room on the second floor will also prove useful if you have young kids or perhaps, sore knees.

162 Aldwych Avenue

MOVE ON IF

You'd rather pay almost $1.5 million to live right in Greektown. It's my big fat Greek housing market in T.O. right now. You can't purchase much for under a million but realistically, you can still buy a decent size property for the same price (or less) closer to "the Danny."

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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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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