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House of the Week: $1.4 million for a west-end semi with a bedroom by a guy who designed the Drake

House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue

Address: 26 Delaware Avenue
Neighbourhood: Palmerston-Little Italy Agent: Philip Thompson, Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage Price: $1,398,000

The Place: A block from Dufferin Grove Park, this turn-of-the-century semi belongs to Grid editor-in-chief Laas Turnbull and his family.

Bragging Rights: The third-floor master suite was designed by John Tong of +tongtong (whose resume includes the Drake Hotel and this pool house). It has an office, a wall of closets and a spa-like bathroom that opens onto a private terrace.

Big Selling Point: A fully-equipped basement apartment has a separate entrance and can be rented out for extra cash (or used as an in-law suite).

Possible Deal Breaker: Though the front of the house has a two-car parking pad, there’s no garage for storing whatever equipment you may need to maintain the backyard garden.

By The Numbers:

• $ 1,398, 000 • $5,337.82 in property taxes • 3,550 square feet • 4 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • 3 storeys • 2 fireplaces • 2-car parking • 1 basement apartment • 1 skylight

House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue
House of the Week: 26 Delaware Avenue

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