Sale of the Week: The $4.1 million Bridle Path home that proves some neighbourhoods are still buyers’ markets
A stately tudor with a marble kitchen, Austrian crystal chandeliers and a mere nine bathrooms and ten parking spaces.
And the kitchen isn’t the only thing here that’s clad in marble. Here’s the foyer:
The living room has fancy crown moulding:
Here’s the dining room:
No Bridle Path mansion would complete without a wood-panelled library:
The family room:
There are five bedrooms on the second floor of the house, all accessible through this skylit landing:
All the bedrooms have en suite bathrooms.
The owners apparently didn’t want to stage all five bedrooms, so use your imagination here:
The master bedroom has a small reading nook:
And a massive sitting area:
Yup, that’s an impressive master ensuite:
The lower level is finished:
The basement dance studio is probably destined to be converted into a wine cellar:
There’s a sauna down here as well:
It’s a big house:
The sellers bought the property brand new in 1991. After living in the home for over 20 years, they decided to downsize and bought a condo downtown. Before putting the house on the market, they overhauled the bathrooms and the kitchen:
The buyers are a family who work in the area. They were looking for a larger home and a shorter commute.
The agent had a hard time getting offers near the asking price—a situation he says is common in the Bridle Path area, where high list prices scare off all but the wealthiest buyers. The property did manage to attract three offers, though. The sellers went with the highest, at $480,000 under asking.
By the numbers:
• $24,530.32 in property taxes (2015)
• 105.83 by 137-foot lot
• 17 days on the market
• 10 parking spaces
• 9 bathrooms
• 5 + 2 bedrooms