62 Lavinia Avenue

House of the week: 62 Lavinia Avenue

62 Lavinia Avenue is a four bedroom modern dwelling near the High Park-Swansea neighbourhoods. The newly rebuilt property on the site of a former charming bungalow comes to market with a contemporary two-storey structure and a price tag of $1,997,000.

62 Lavinia Avenue

The interior is as glossy and minimalist as you'd expect. The main floor is open concept with floor-to-ceiling windows and a white oak staircase with a glass railing. The monochromatic kitchen and matching living room with fireplace overlooks the deep backyard.

62 Lavinia Avenue

Upstairs, the floors are heated and the marble drenched bathroom with soaker tub is one of the best rooms in the home. The master bedroom is quite spacious, featuring a small private walkout and ample closet space.

62 Lavinia Avenue

SPECS

62 Lavinia Avenue

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Approx. 3,350 square feet
  • Modern kitchen
  • Glass staircase
  • Fireplace
  • Skylight
  • Two laundry rooms
  • Back patio and deck
62 Lavinia Avenue

GOOD FOR

With four bathrooms, there's practically an ensuite for every bedroom, a feature you won't find in most traditional Toronto semis or detached homes. At least you'll never have to wait for the shower.

62 Lavinia Avenue

MOVE ON IF

You've always dreamt of living in a grand heritage residence or classic Victorian. You'll have to settle for modern over timeless on this property.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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