This $1.5 million Toronto home hasn't been for sale in nearly 50 years
The notable year also marks the last time that 249 Major Street was up for sale. Now, for the first time in 46 years, the three-storey semi is back on the market, and it could be yours.
Situated in the heart of The Annex, the property is billed as a "true family home" with over 2,500 square feet of living space across its four levels.
"[There is] so much potential to renovate and create a spectacular customized property," the listing reads.
A sizable picture window fills the main floor living room with warm afternoon light.
The space features a fireplace with an ornate mantelpiece and hardwood floors.
The dining room lies beyond a set of french doors and opens onto the kitchen.
With orange countertops, red ceramic flooring, and 70s-esque wooden cabinets, the kitchen doesn’t appear to have been touched over the last 46 years.
There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms throughout the home. Situated on the second floor, the primary bedroom has a brick fireplace, a closet, and a bay window.A beautiful original brick wall runs along the staircase to the third level.
The top floor features a second — slightly less dated — kitchen.
There's also an open-concept sitting area and a spacious deck that overlooks the backyard, which has coveted laneway parking.
While some parts of the home are still stuck in the '70s, the price definitely isn't.
According to data from the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board, the average price of a Toronto home in 1976 was $61,389; 249 Major Street is currently listed at $1,585,000.
Check out the full listing here.
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