7 greenmount road

House of the week: 7 Greenmount Road

7 Greenmount Road is a newly built three bedroom near the Queensway. The two-level property is situated on a corner lot and light-infused from every angle, thanks to multiple skylights, large windows and a floating staircase.

The asking price...drum roll please...is $1,795,000.

7 greenmount road

Designed By BlackLAB Architects, the footprint and overall design were carefully planned from its striking metal facade to the oversized doors and eat-in kitchen. Those who spend a lot of time cooking will appreciate the additional cupboard space, large island and bench seating.

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At 2,000 square feet, there's ample room for a growing family. The master bedroom and closets are generous as are the room sizes in the more open lower level.

7 greenmount road

SPECS

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NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Approx. 2,000 square feet
  • Fireplace
  • Skylights
  • Floating staircase
  • Sliding wall to the backyard
  • Detached garage
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GOOD FOR

A brand new house. Everything should be in good working order -- there's a new roof, new plumbing, and the comfort in knowing that no previous owners have used your toilets.

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MOVE ON IF

You like to walk everywhere. This is a driving neighbourhood and the commute downtown can be a long haul.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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Is this house worth the almost $1.8 million asking price? Have your say in the comments.

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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