231 Grenview boulevard toronto

This $3 million Toronto house looks like a fairytale castle

This English cottage-style home at 231 Grenview Boulevard is a refreshing break from all the modern and contemporary homes that have recently taken over Toronto's real estate market. 

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is located just steps away from Royal York subway station, buzzy Kingsway shops and restaurants along Bloor Street West, and the Humber River. 

231 grenview boulevard torontoThe home features an aged stone exterior, a charming wooden garage, and stained and leaded glass windows. 

231 grenview boulevard torontoThe cottage-esque property includes a second story addition by renowned architect Peter Marzynski of PhD Design Inc. 

231 grenview boulevard torontoInside, you'll find oak hardwood flooring, soaring ceilings, and lots of quirky windows.

231 grenview boulevard torontoThe open-concept and light-filled living area comes with vaulted ceilings, a romantic stone fireplace, and 1930s mica wall sconce lighting. 

231 grenview boulevard torontoThe dining area leads you to the kitchen, which features custom cabinetry and a picturesque window nook. 

231 grenview boulevard torontoOn the main floor, you'll also find the primary bedroom, which comes with its own three-piece ensuite and wall-to-ceiling custom cabinets. 

231 grenview boulevard torontoThe primary bedroom also comes with French door access to the home's private garden and patio. 

231 grenview boulevard toronto

In the basement, you'll find a home gym, recreational room, a bedroom, laundry unit, and another bathroom. 

231 grenview boulevard torontoOutside, you'll walk into a fully-landscaped private garden and patio with a stone gas fireplace. 

231 grenview boulevard torontoThis cottage-esque home at 231 Grenview Boulevard is currently listed at $2,898,000. You can find the full listing here

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