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.

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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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