Sold! Toronto home goes for $260K over asking
This place is, for all intents and purposes, a pretty basic semi-detached home. It has some of the original character, and they’ve done some upgrades, but it’s nothing really magazine worthy — not that every house has to be, but I guess I was just expecting a bit more for the price it sold for.
It’s a nice home. There’s lots of light, beautiful hardwood floors, and the most darling porch swing.
I don’t know if it’s the paint colours, or how the rooms were photographed, but the living room and dining room look a bit small.
The kitchen and breakfast area are light and airy thanks to the open-concept layout and the green-room-like feel with all the windows around the breakfast table.
The four bedrooms are well-proportioned.
The master bedroom takes up the entire third floor. It has a double closet and its own en suite.
Although, the master en suite is a very weird configuration and does look a bit dated.
There’s a decent-sized back patio, and for anyone who is miserable mowing grass in this summer heat, you can sweat no more — the backyard is all covered in stone.
There’s more outdoor space, with a potential rooftop terrace as well.
An added bonus is the fact that the home has a renovated basement suite with a separate entrance that can be transformed into an apartment or Airbnb. Side hustles are always nice for paying off mortgages quicker, right?
It’s a solid family home in a well-situated neighbourhood. Plus, the home has some character and just overall good bones.
Yeah, I’d say so. It’s not a showstopping home by any means, but not every home has to be. Sometimes you just want a good home to call your own, and this is definitely fits that criteria.
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