House of the Week: $2.25 million for an airy, renovated home in Rosedale-Moore Park
The Place: A red-brick Rosedale home that was completely renovated after being purchased by its current owner in 2010. Initially listed for $3.28 million by a previous realtor, this chic, well-located property has finally landed at an attractive price point after more than a year on the market.
Bragging Rights: The custom wine wall in the dining room has space for over 100 bottles—more than even the most zealous oenophile could hope to drink at one dinner party.
Big Selling Point: The airy master bedroom’s skylights, especially the one right over the bed, keep the room filled with light. Better to wake up with the sun than with your iPhone’s jarring clang-clang alarm.
Possible Deal Breaker: Light and airy though it may be, the 784-square-foot master bedroom and en suite are on the third floor. After a long day of work, you may need to steel yourself to make that hike—or start hitting the stairs at the gym a bit more often.
By the Numbers:
• $11,823 in property taxes (2013)
• 3000 square feet, approximately
• 100-bottle wine wall
• 4 bedrooms
• 5 washrooms
• 3 storeys
• 1 finished basement