38 van dusen boulevard toronto

House of the week: 38 Van Dusen Boulevard

Newly built homes in the $3 million range have obvious allure for both their design and the fact that owners can put a personal stamp on these spaces. Case in point: this luxury offering near Bloor and Royal York, which just hit the market at $3.28 million.

38 van dusen boulevard torontoThis house has a lot going for it, something obviously reflected in the listing price. Ignoring the space itself for a moment, the neighbourhood is quiet and tree-lined, but it's also close to a bustling stretch of Bloor Street and the Line 2 subway.

38 van dusen boulevard torontoWhile the exterior architecture is nothing to scoff at here, it's the interior that carries the wow factor. The Leprevo Custom Homes design is modern but warm thanks to a hefty dose of wood and a living wall.

38 van dusen boulevard torontoThe basement features a theatre area and a wine cellar, so you don't have to trek too far when you want a refill. And, as the staging shows, this is also a house that's designed to be kid-friendly, which makes sense given the square footage. A big family wouldn't feel cramped here.

38 van dusen boulevard torontoSpecs
38 van dusen boulevard torontoGood For

A family that likes the idea of living away from downtown, but wants easy access to the core and all of its cultural and entertainment offerings. The wine cellar will attract oenophiles.

38 van dusen boulevard torontoMove On If

There's not much to dislike here, but for this much money, someone might want a ravine lot or, alternately, to live in the heart of the action.

38 van dusen boulevard toronto38 van dusen boulevard toronto38 van dusen boulevard toronto38 van dusen boulevard toronto38 van dusen boulevard toronto38 van dusen boulevard toronto38 van dusen boulevard toronto38 van dusen boulevard toronto38 van dusen boulevard toronto

Thanks to Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage for sponsoring our house of the week. All editorial written and selected by blogTO.

Lead photo by

David Anderson Oey


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in City

The history of the haunting at 131 Hazelton Avenue in Toronto

These are the rules for outdoor fire pits at home in Toronto

The history of YTV's annual Halloween celebration Dark Night in Toronto

10 projects Toronto never built that would have transformed the city forever

These are what Toronto postcards looked like in the 1970s

This is what King Street looked like in Toronto before the bars and condos

This is how Toronto advertised itself to the world in the 1970s

This is what Toronto looked like in the 1860s