What these Toronto homes acquired: $1.54 million in East York, $2.44 million in Midtown’s Chaplin Estates


Location: 6 Stanhope Ave.,

O’Connor Dr. and Pape Ave.

Asking worth: $998,800

Promoting worth: $1,540,000

Earlier promoting worth: N/A

Dimension: about 928 sq. ft.

Lot: 34-by-100 ft, indifferent one automotive storage, non-public drive

Taxes: $4,362 (2021)

Bedrooms: 2 plus 1

Bogs: 2

Bought: January 20/22. Closed: March 22/22.

This indifferent bungalow bought for 154 per cent of the itemizing worth in six days available on the market.

6 Stanhope Ave.

“This house is on a quiet avenue in a family-friendly neighbourhood, perfect for first-time consumers, empty nesters or buyers. It options hardwood flooring all through the primary ground, an up to date kitchen and a completed basement, full with a separate entrance,” says itemizing agent Sue Mills.

The home is close to purchasing, eating places, colleges, East York Neighborhood Centre, public transit, and entry to the Don Valley Pkwy.

6 Stanhope Ave.

Most important ground: hardwood flooring; lounge with fire and crown moulding; eating room with giant window and crown moulding; kitchen with stainless home equipment; major bed room with window; second bed room with built-in cabinets and closet; four-piece toilet.

Completed basement: visitor bed room with broadloom and pot lights; rec room with broadloom, above grade window and pot lights; three-piece toilet; separate entrance.

Listing agent: Sue Mills, The Mills Team, Royal LePage Signature Realty, Brokerage, 416-443-0300; www.themillsteam.ca


Location: 37 Anderson Ave., Yonge St. and Eglinton Ave. W.

Asking worth: $2,438,000

Promoting worth: $2,438,000

Earlier promoting worth: $1,935,000 (2018)

Dimension: about 1,700 sq. ft.

Lot: 30-by-100 ft, no storage, mutual drive with one parking area

Taxes: $9,764 (2021)

Bedrooms: 3 plus 1

Bogs: 3

Bought: January 26/22. Closed: March 24/22.

Promoting for the complete itemizing worth in two days, this indifferent two-storey house has had a full renovation.

37 Anderson Ave.

“This house has hardwood flooring and ceiling audio system, a chef’s kitchen with a big pantry, and a luxurious toilet with stone partitions and a jet tub,” says itemizing agent Andrew Ipekian.

The home is close to purchasing, eating places, colleges, a library, North Toronto Memorial Neighborhood Centre, parks, and public transit.

37 Anderson Ave.

Most important ground: hardwood flooring; lounge with fire and bay window; eating room with French doorways and walkout to deck; kitchen with centre island and walkout to backyard; two-piece toilet.

Second ground: hardwood flooring; major bed room with walk-in closet and California shutters; second and third bedrooms every with double closet; workplace; four-piece toilet.

Completed basement: recreation room with moist bar, gasoline fire and built-ins; workplace with window; three-piece toilet.

37 Anderson Ave.

Listing agent: Andrew Ipekian, Keller Williams Referred Urban Realty, Brokerage, 416-572-1016; www.Ipekian.ca

What They Received is compiled by freelance contributor Allison Harness, a Toronto-based actual property author, from info that’s publicly accessible. Ship current houses gross sales to soldhome@rogers.com. Not all submissions can be utilized.


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