House of the week: 75 Ardwold Gate
This modern four-bedroom detached home is up for grabs on a private cul-de-sac nestled between the Nordheimer ravine and Casa Loma. While $4.5-million may seem like a lot, prices continue to soar in Toronto - and houses continue to sell. And few are as nice as this one.
The big draw here is the location. With a ravine and a park in your already private backyard, you may feel like you've scored an oasis within close proximity to downtown. The private street boasts prominent Toronto history, once owned by Sir John Craig Eaton and Lady Eaton, and divided into lots and renamed Ardwold Gate in the 1930's after Eaton's death.
If history and privacy doesn't intrigue you, the master bedroom may. The large ensuite bathroom, custom walk-in closet and private patio with views of the CN tower offer a pretty nice getaway from the rest of the house.
Someone who is looking to share a history lesson while entertaining guests. While the house itself may be a newer build, the land it sits on is of Eaton family heritage - which to some may qualify as bragging rights.
MOVE ON IF
You'd prefer to spend $4.5-million and score a larger kitchen. There's little counter space here to practise your culinary skills.
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