House of the Week: $2 million for a sprawling Humber Valley bungalow with a backyard waterfall
The place: A sprawling four-bedroom, five-bathroom bungalow with a Californian feel, complete with its own waterfall in the backyard.
The history: Built in 1957, this home has been updated continually over the years: the kitchen was renovated in 2002, and the lower level and master bathroom were both refurbished last year. Other, less sexy updates include a new furnace, a backflow preventer and a new washer and dryer.
Big selling point: The new master bathroom has a heated tile floor, a deep soaker tub, a rainfall shower head and double sinks. A frosted barn door admits light while maintaining privacy.
Possible deal breaker: Though the kitchen is relatively new—with custom-built cherry cabinets, black granite counters and top-of-the-line appliances—anyone seeking ultra-modern marble surfaces and open shelving may need to look elsewhere.
By the numbers:
• $10,487 in taxes (2015)
• 80-by-176 foot lot
• 4 bedrooms
• 5 bathrooms
• 2 gas fireplaces
• 2-car garage (plus room for 4 more cars in the courtyard driveway)
• 1 exercise room
• 1 sauna