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House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park

House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
The Regency-inspired exterior was designed by Richard Wengle Architects. The house’s driveway and two-car garage are both heated. (What, yours aren’t?)

ADDRESS: 115 Rochester Avenue

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Bridle Path–Sunnybrook–York Mills

AGENT: Jennifer Stanley and Gordon Nye, Sotheby’s International Realty Canada, Brokerage

PRICE: $4,295,000

THE PLACE: A custom-built house masterminded by architect Richard Wengle, best known for his contemporary Trinity Bellwoods townhomes. Interiors are by Connie Braemer.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: From coffered ceilings to hand-scraped wood floors, every detail is carefully considered. The home was featured in Canadian House and Homes “Trends 2012,” and the large gourmet kitchen appeared in HGTV’s Top 10 episode “Kitchens That Cook!”

BIG SELLING POINT: This home has everything a family could possibly need: good-size bedrooms, large communal living areas and a swimming pool. It’s also located within walking distance of esteemed schools, Sunnybrook Hospital, York U’s Glendon campus and the Rosedale Golf Club.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: Fitting your existing furniture into this house may be a challenge as the current owners (with the help of Braemer) hand-selected every item specifically to fit in each room. Luckily, you know who to go to if you don’t feel up to the task.

BY THE NUMBERS: • $4,295,000 • $25,519.80 in property taxes • 6,578 square feet • 5 bathrooms • 5 bedrooms • 4 fireplaces • 2-car garage • 1 saltwater swimming pool

House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park
House of the Week: $4.3 million for a stately designer home in Lawrence Park

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