This $5 million Toronto home looks like a gingerbread house with dazzling twists inside
Behind this 1870s Victorian-era cottage is the most delightful modern home.
"Over my past 40 years in real estate I have never seen a renovation like 54 Spruce Street," said realtor Richard Silver.
It incorporates over 4,300-square-feet of living space over three levels.
The main floor is open concept with plenty of options for entertaining.
From the formal living and dining room to the family room and kitchen, they all work together to create a beautiful and welcoming space no matter where you perch.
"The openness creates a truly zen atmosphere," Silver told blogTO.
You'll notice the warm teak wood features throughout the home, which also adds to the zen feel of the spaces.
The kitchen is complete with high-end appliances and has a large waterfall island for informal dining.
The main floor also meshes the indoors and outdoors perfectly as it opens directly into the back garden which transports you into another universe.
The garden itself is 4,000-square-feet and has a hot tub, gas fire pit and plenty of mature trees that make it feel like you're in your own forest.
On the second floor you have the bedrooms.
The primary bedroom has a stunning teak feature wall that is actually a screen for the dressing room.
The primary bedroom also has a stunning ensuite bathroom with double showers and a soaker tub all looking out over the garden.
There's more living space in the basement with a large recreation room, a fourth bedroom and a second kitchen.
The home is listed for $4,988,000.
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