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House of the Week: $2.4 million for an open-concept family home in St. Andrew-Windfields

House of the Week: $2.4 million for an open-concept family home in St. Andrew-Windfields

ADDRESS: 14 Fairmeadow Avenue

NEIGHBOURHOOD: St. Andrew-Windfields

AGENT: Barry Cohen, RE/Max Realtron Realty Inc., Brokerage

PRICE: $2,395,000

THE PLACE: A five-bedroom house with a contemporary look on one of York Mills’s winding, tree-lined streets.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: The basement has two living rooms, which means there’s plenty of space to set up a workshop for an obscure hobby of your choice.

BIG SELLING POINT: The open-concept living and dining area are perfect for hosting big parties. And, if the festivities become overwhelming, the main-level library offers a peaceful retreat.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: The variety of window shapes and sizes adds visual interest to the front façade, but could make buying window treatments a little complicated.

BY THE NUMBERS: • $2,395,000 • $14,000 in estimated property taxes • 5000+ square feet of living space • 5 bedrooms • 5 bathrooms • 2 storeys • 2-sided limestone fireplace • 2-car garage • 1 exercise room • 1 library/office • 1 in-ground pool • 1 hot tub

14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue
14 Fairmeadow Avenue

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