This $3.5 million historic Toronto home has a jacuzzi with epic views
In 2021, Victorian homes in Toronto come with upper deck hot tubs.
That's more than twice its price in 2015 when it was listed pre-renovations.
Dating back to 1878, this three-bedroom in Cabbagetown was first occupied by a woman named Elizabeth Cuthbert who owned a fancy goods store nearby. It was given a heritage designation in 2004.
Today, the property has been totally revamped.
Glass fireplaces and a reconstruction of an antique plaster medallion in the living room ceiling won 333 Wellesley a restoration prize from the Cabbagetown Preservation Association.
The house now has heated porcelain floors.
On the main floor, a powder room with dark purple walls and gold accents gives the home an old-timey Hollywood feel.
The master bedroom features a window that overlooks the backyard. The third floor gets plenty of sunshine thanks to a skylight.
In the basement is a 200-square-foot home gym with rubber floors.
There's also a steam room large enough to fit eight sweaty household members.
Due to its heritage designation, an initial proposal by owners to add a pool to the rooftop was rejected, so they've opted for a third floor portable jacuzzi instead.
Sotheby's International Realty Canada
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