Dwelling of the week: Massive, $5.875 million Rosedale residence has 3 houses in 1


Location: 25 Roxborough St. E.,

Yonge and Roxborough Sts.

Asking value: $5,875,000

Dimension: 3,954 sq. ft., plus 1,147 sq. ft. completed decrease stage

Lot: 40-by-136 toes, two-car indifferent storage, mutual drive

Taxes: $16,246 (2021)

Bedrooms: 5 plus 1

Bogs: 6

In the main suite, the library opens to the dining room and includes built-in bookshelves and a fireplace.

Within the coronary heart of Toronto’s prestigious Rosedale neighbourhood, this three-storey residence has three self-contained items. The residence might be used as a multi-generational residence, leased for rental revenue or transformed again right into a single-family dwelling.

“My household and I’ve lived on this home for 35 years. My late husband and I spent a lot time working from residence — every with our personal workplace and loads of locations to suppose and mirror. The upstairs unit has been renovated and is at present rented,” says home-owner Monika Stevenson, who occupies the principle ground suite.

“Our house is a part of a historic neighbourhood with tall timber, and only one block away from a subway cease. It’s surrounded by parks on all sides. A number of the greatest colleges are inside a brief strolling distance, as are a few of metropolis’s greatest cafes, eating places, meals retailers and specialty shops,” provides Stevenson.

The stately three-storey has a red brick facade with bonnet-style roof feature, a bow window and an interlocking brick walkway.

The house can be close to Yorkville, and has easy accessibility to Hwy. 401.

“All of Rosedale is heritage protected. The façades of the houses are protected, which creates a extra cohesive streetscape,” says itemizing agent Fran Bennett. “This residence has a heritage C ranking, which suggests inside adjustments are permitted.

“This grand Edwardian residence inbuilt 1905 has over 5,000 sq. toes of completed residing area throughout all ranges,” provides Bennett.

The kitchen in the main unit has a ceramic tile floor, a built-in eating counter and a pantry.

This stately residence has a crimson brick facade with bonnet roof function, a bow window, glass entry door, a tall chimney, and interlocking brick walkway.

Inside is a entrance lobby. The principle ground corridor has a double closet and three-piece lavatory.

A nook fire is a spotlight of the lounge that features double doorways, a hardwood ground, and the front-facing bow window.

Upstairs, the second suite’s airy kitchen has large windows and a centre island.

The eating room is appointed with a ceramic-tile ground and double doorways.

Options of the sunken household room embody a hearth, a skylight, a double garden-door walkout to a deck, a built-in bookshelf and ceramic tile ground.

Highlights of the kitchen embody a ceramic-tile ground, a built-in consuming counter, a pantry and built-in home equipment.

The main bedroom in the upper, second suite has windows, a wide closet and a fireplace.

The library has two built-in bookshelves, a hardwood ground, a hearth and two double doorways.

Within the main bed room are a walk-in closet, a bay window, a four-piece ensuite and a laundry room.

Upstairs, the second suite has a lounge with fire, a eating room, a kitchen with an island/breakfast bar, a sunroom, a bed room with a hearth, a laundry room, a deck, and five-piece lavatory. The third ground has three extra bedrooms and four-piece lavatory.

The backyard is accessed from the main floor unit and has a deck, lawn space and access to the detached garage.

The third, lower-level suite features a separate facet entrance, a lounge with fire, a eating room, a kitchen, a bed room plus a two- and a four-piece lavatory.

To take a look at this property please contact the listing brokers Fran Bennett, Paul Maranger and Christian Vermast, Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty Canada, Brokerage, 416-960-9995; www.paulandchristianassociates.com.

Dwelling of the Week is written by freelance contributor Allison Harness, a Toronto-based actual property author. Though we attempt to present probably the most up-to-date info obtainable, we can not assure options as listed. Please contact the realtor. To make a submission to Dwelling of the Week, e mail soldhome@rogers.com.


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