32 thirty second street toronto

House of the week: 32 Thirty Second Street

This house just has a good vibe to it. I don't know how else to describe it, but it just has this welcoming and happy feeling to it.32 thirty second street toronto

I think a large part of that is due to the amazing light this house gets from the large windows and the eight skylights.32 thirty second street toronto

The layout is unique, with sloped ceilings and unconventional window and room placements, but that only adds to the charm of the place.

32 thirty second street torontoThe kitchen is minimal with mid-century modern cabinets. The back splash and floor might seem outdated to anyone who is all about the subway tile, but it's still functional.

32 thirty second street torontoThere are four bedrooms in the house. They're not the most spacious bedrooms, but they're cozy and bright.

32 thirty second street torontoThe master bedroom comes complete with a walk-in closet and an en suite bathroom.

32 thirty second street torontoThere's more living space in the basement, with the potential to turn it into a rental unit as there's a second kitchen already built in.

32 thirty second street torontoThe backyard is shady and large enough that you could add a pool and still have a proper lawn.

32 thirty second street torontoBut even as is, it looks like the perfect place for kids to run around in the summer. And, once you get over the dead-of-winter look, it seems like a great place to host backyard BBQs and late night fires.32 thirty second street toronto

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Good For

Extra income potential. This home can easily be turned into a multi-unit home, and who doesn't like a little side hustle?32 thirty second street toronto

Move On If

You want a more conventional layout. The way the house is set out is a bit like a jigsaw puzzle. If you want to have it flow from end to end or want ceilings that are flat, this home isn't for you.32 thirty second street toronto

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