377 sackville street toronto

Majestic $4 million Toronto home built in the 1800s looks anything but old inside

A French-Second-Empire-style home is one of oldest properties to recently hit Toronto's real estate market, but its interior looks anything but dated. 

This $4.3 million, 5,000-square-foot home offers old-world charm in the heart of the Cabbagetown neighbourhood, at 377 Sackville Street

377 sackville streetFormerly known as the Shields Residence, the home was built in 1876 by Bryce and Hagon Builders. 

377 sackville streetHowever, take a look inside, and you'll see a wide range of renovations and upgrades overseen by Toronto-based interior designer, James Davie, which gives the space a much more modern feel than its exterior would suggest. 

377 sackville streetThe home was built from sandstone and marble, and its interior elements feature a range of textures, colours, and materials. 

377 sackville streetThrough the home's ruby-toned front doors, you'll find eleven-foot ceilings, as well as five bedrooms and five bathrooms. 

377 sackville streetThe gourmet kitchen comes with a breakfast bar, sub-zero wine fridge, Lacanche gas stove, Miele dishwasher, and endless cabinet space. 

377 sackville streetIn the primary bedroom, you'll find an ensuite bath, gas fireplace, and a spacious walk-in closet.

377 sackville streetThe primary bathroom features vibrant slabs of Breccia Capraia marble with purple veining. 

377 sackville streetEach bedroom has its own distinct theme, but still maintains many of the structural elements that are unique to the nearly 150-year-old home.

377 sackville streetOutside, you'll find a landscaped yard with plenty of entertaining space, and a private drive with a detached garage.

377 sackville streetThis one-of-a-kind historical home is currently listed at $4,298,000. 

You can find the full listing here

Photos by

Royal Lepage Terrequity Seymour Real Estate Brokerage

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