237A Leslie Street

House of the week: 237A Leslie Street

Breaking news: there's a fully renovated house in a desirable Toronto neighbourhood for under a million! No fixer-upper here. The move-in ready property at 237A Leslie Street in Leslieville is a modern two bedroom, two bathroom dwelling for only $798,000.

237A Leslie Street

At around 1,200 square feet, the funky loft-style interior offers a rustic and playful space. Like the living room, for example, featuring exposed brick on one side and a wood accented wall on the other. The industrial staircase was custom designed and leads to a serene master bedroom with cathedral ceilings and a sliding barn door.

237A Leslie Street

Other cool features include the wild brick bathroom and soaker tub, and the unexpected temperature-controlled wine cellar in the basement. As the housing market in the 416 continues to soar, there could be a bidding war on this one.

237A Leslie Street

SPECS

237A Leslie Street

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Approx. 1,200 square feet
  • Skylight
  • Cathedral ceilings
  • Industrial staircase
  • Finished basement with wine cellar
237A Leslie Street

GOOD FOR

The urban driver. This property scores not just one, but two, parking spots in the back -- a rarity in the city.

237A Leslie Street

MOVE ON IF

You'd like a wider space. This is a very narrow property at just 12 feet wide, so there's no escaping your living companions.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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Would you love it or list it? 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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