35 Misty Crescent

House of the week: 35 Misty Crescent

35 Misty Crescent is a bit of Feng Shui eye candy near the Bridle Path. Built in 2007 on a huge lot, the modern home was outfitted with eco-friendly materials, large windows and expansive rooms. There are three bedrooms (plus two additional rooms), six bathrooms and ample parking for yourself and guests.

35 Misty Crescent

At 5,200 square feet, the house is sprawling and filled with natural sunlight. The indoor and outdoor spaces blend seamlessly as one. The living room, which is located on the same elevation as the back deck, allows for one giant room, and there's even a cabana for additional privacy and sunbathing.

35 Misty Crescent

The second level is similarly gorgeous, boasting high ceilings and more natural light. The bedrooms offer built-in closets for the fashionista and multiple reading nooks overlook a courtyard. Other notables include an exercise and media room and Drake as your neighbour.

So what's the asking? This property is listed for $5,200,000.

35 Misty Crescent

SPECS

35 Misty Crescent

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Approx. 5,200 square feet
  • Skylights
  • Wine cellar
  • Exercise room
  • Second floor terrace
  • Landscaped yard with oversized sliding glass door
  • Cabana
  • Home automation system
35 Misty Crescent

GOOD FOR

Those who love to cook will enjoy the gadgets and amenities of this modern eat-in kitchen. Features like double sinks, twin ovens, custom cabinetry, and a built-in expresso machine makes for a very usable and inviting area.

35 Misty Crescent

MOVE ON IF

This home would be perfect in California or another hot climate that savours the sunshine longer than Toronto. Sadly, that fabulous retractable wall will likely remain closed all winter long.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

35 Misty Crescent


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If you had the dough, would buy this home? 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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