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Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house

Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
The main living space has hardwood floors and lots of light

ADDRESS: 80 Crescent Road, Unit 3

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Rosedale-Moore Park

AGENT: Eleanor Bohm and Evan Sage, Sage Real Estate Limited

PRICE: $849,000

THE PLACE: A two-bedroom penthouse in a South Rosedale mansion that recently went condo. Each floor in the house is now a separate unit, and there are plans for a green roof and other landscaping flourishes around the property.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: The building’s architectural pedigree will make the city’s bluebloods swoon. Eden Smith designed the house in 1896, and his fingerprints are on some of the city’s stateliest buildings: the arts and crafts-style homes in Wychwood Park, the Carnegie libraries and Upper Canada College.

BIG SELLING POINT: For someone who balks at the inhuman scale of forty-storey condo towers, this penthouse has the homey feel of, well, a house.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: While vaulted ceilings look charming in the living room and bedrooms, the awkward angles of the galley kitchen might feel a little cramped. Watch your head when rummaging through the cupboards.

BY THE NUMBERS: • $983,000 • 1786 square-feet • $640.45/month maintenance fees • 2 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • 1 patio • 1 gas fireplace

Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house
Condomonium: $849,000 for a Rosedale condo that’s actually the top floor of a house

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