House of the week: 39 Howland Avenue
Ever wonder what an Annex home for $5 million looks like? This Howland Avenue home - which was listed at 1.97 million in 2013 - is now up for grabs at $4,995,000, after a major renovation and addition to improve the outdated interior.
Equipped with a home automation system, this mahogany panelled century home is filled with modern renovations that will satisfy its new price tag. The kitchen is a high-end addition to the back of the home, a major improvement from the small, dated kitchen from 2013.
The library on the second floor is quite possibly the most luxurious room in the house (or at least on par with the kitchen), boasting panelled mahogany walls along with built in shelves and a fireplace. There's even a wet bar located behind the desk if you run your home office like Don Draper.
With a high-end renovation like this, complete with heated floors and a heated patio, you won't even realize that you're in a century old home in the Annex.
Impressing your pals with a home integration system, spacious backyard and luxurious library/office. With its proximity to Bloor street, it's also perfectly accessible by transit.
MOVE ON IF
You're not into mahogany. With the kitchen cupboards, trim, and panelled library all donning the imported wood, you'll be looking at it wherever you are in your home.
What do you think of this renovation? Let us know 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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