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House of the Week: $2.2 million for a renovated home in Lorne Park

House of the Week: $2.2 million for a renovated home in Lorne Park

ADDRESS: 1650 Ruscombe Close

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Lorne Park, Mississauga

AGENT: Nataliya Kolydchak, Keller Williams Real Estate Associates, Brokerage

PRICE: $2,199,900

THE PLACE: This 1970s split-level in the popular Lorne Park neighbourhood recently underwent a major overhaul, including the addition of an entire new wing for the master suite.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: Practise your runway strut on the raised catwalk leading to the master suite. It gives a bird’s-eye view over the main floor, from the front foyer to the kitchen.

BIG SELLING POINT: Lorne Park has a reputation for being ritzy (it’s full of mega-mansions and even has its own Housewives reality series), but the area’s main draws are access to green space and top-rated schools.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: It will be tough to keep secrets in this house—the open-plan hardwood floors and raised catwalk create an environment ripe for eavesdropping.

BY THE NUMBERS: • $2,199,900 • $7,556 in property taxes (2011) • 4,105 square feet • 6 bathrooms • 4 bedrooms • 2-car garage • 2 laundry rooms • 3 skylights • 2 fireplaces (one gas, one wood-burning) • 1 glass-enclosed catwalk

1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close
1650 Ruscombe Close

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