128 Collier Street

House of the week: 128 Collier Street

This three-bedroom, three-bathroom semi-detached home in South Rosedale could be yours for $2,999,000. The hefty price-tag comes at no surprise given its location, nestled amongst multi-million dollar mansions and the Rosedale Valley Ravine in its backyard.

128 Collier Street

The home is filled with textures, which is an interesting break from the one-toned modern white homes and condos we've grown accustomed to. Though the coffered ceilings and extensive wainscotting may not be for everyone, it gives the home an air of sophistication. It's certainly not for minimalists.

128 Collier Street

While the house isn't massive, good use is made of its space, with built in closets, a walk-in closet in the master bedroom, and unique bench seating in the living room.

128 Collier Street

SPECS

  • Address: 128 Collier Street
  • Price: $2,999,000
  • Lot Size: 19.83x85.00 FT
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Parking: Seller has several parking spots nearby*
  • Taxes: $9,366.34
  • Walk Score: 100
  • Listing agent: Voula Gekas
  • Listing ID: C3639217
128 Collier Street

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Stained glass windows
  • Coffered ceilings
  • Large walk-in closet with built in cabinetry
  • Wainscoting throughout
  • Fireplace
  • Situated next to the Rosedale ravine
128 Collier Street

GOOD FOR

Someone that's looking to ditch their car and explore the city on foot. With a ravine in your backyard and plenty of shopping just down the street, you'll be able to accomplish most of life's necessities without wheels.

128 Collier Street

MOVE ON IF

You have - or plan to build - a car collection. While the listing specifies the seller has parking available, there's no permanent driveway or garage to house a vehicle.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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