House of the Week: $2.5 million for a mazelike mini-mansion in North York
A newly built six-bedroom home that’s equal parts modern and rustic.
In 2016, the owner demolished the run-of-the-mill one-and-a-half-storey house that used to occupy this lot and built a new one in its place.
The entrance has a unique layout:
Here’s the kitchen and dining room:
There’s a gas fireplace in the living room:
There are four bedrooms at the top of these oak stairs, plus more seating space to the right:
Here’s the pseudo ground floor. There’s also an office and a balcony up here:
Here’s the master bedroom. There are custom barn doors throughout the house:
The ensuite has a giant soaker tub and another gas fireplace:
Plus a massive shower:
Here’s another bedroom:
There’s a huge stone deck and some green space out back:
The basement is set up as a potential separate apartment. It even has heated floors:
Big selling point
The open-concept main floor—with a combined kitchen, dining and living space—has funky custom light fixtures, high ceilings and luxury finishes. It’s perfect for hosting parties or for families who like spending time together.
This place has a lot of stairs, so older couples or anyone who’d rather save the elliptical workout for the gym should look elsewhere.
By the numbers
• $10,006.92 in property taxes
• 3,700 square feet
• 6 bedrooms
• 6 parking spaces
• 5 bathrooms
• 2 gas fireplaces
• 1 stone deck