60 st andrews gardens toronto

Sold! This is what a $5.5 million house looks like in Toronto

This home is an instant Rosedale classic with the heritage exterior and a drool-worthy modern interior. 60 st andrews gdns toronto

The interior looks like it comes right off the pages of House & Home. 

60 st andrews gdns torontoThe main floor has your principal rooms: living room, dining room and kitchen. They're big and bright. 

60 st andrews gdns torontoThe kitchen has a walk-in pantry, a waterfall countertop and a eat-in breakfast area overlooking the backyard. 

60 st andrews gdns torontoThe fireplaces in the family room and living room are funky and pop against the stark white walls. 

60 st andrews gdns torontoThere are five above-ground bedrooms. 

60 st andrews gdns torontoThe master suite looks like it's a hotel room. It has two dressing rooms, an en suite and a design that apparently offers the utmost privacy. How nice! 

60 st andrews gdns torontoThe only real let down of the property is the backyard. There's just a deck and a sad looking patch of grass. 60 st andrews gdns toronto

The Essentials
  • Address: 60 St. Andrews Gardens
  • Type: House
  • Bedrooms: 5 + 1
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Size: 53 x 130.24 feet
  • Realtor:  Royal LePage Real Estate  
  • Hit the market at: $5,995,000
  • Sold for: $5,450,00060 st andrews gdns toronto
Why it sold for what it did?

It's in Rosedale, firstly. Second, it was just renovated. Third, it's huge! 60 st andrews gdns toronto

Was it worth it?

I would say so. It's hard to go wrong with a newly renovated home in Rosedale. Put in a pool and you could add even more value to this home!60 st andrews gdns toronto

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