tim horton house toronto

You can buy the home that used to belong to Tim Horton

For a diehard Leafs (or donut) fan, there's a property that just hit the market that might pique your interest. That's right, the house that used to belong to the late, great Tim Horton is up for the sale.

It's located at 1382 Warden Ave. in Scarborough, and it's listed for $699,900 - but owning the ultimate piece of hockey memorabilia is priceless. The real estate listing doesn't make anything of the famous former resident, but he did live there while playing for the Leafs in the 1950s.

This bungalow features three (plus two) bedrooms, three bathrooms, wood floors and updated stainless steel appliances.

Along with playing for the Leafs in the 1950s and 60s, Horton, who died in 1974, also founded our country's most well-known chain of doughnut shops.

What do you think? Does hockey/entrepreneurial history increase the value of this home? Let us know in the comments.


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