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House of the Week: $2 million for a Yonge and Eglinton home with an impressive master bedroom

House of the Week: $2 million for a Yonge and Eglinton home with an impressive master bedroom

Address: 129 Imperial Street
Neighbourhood: Yonge and Eglinton Agent: Mike Donia, Re/Max Realty Specialists Inc., Brokerage Price: $1,974,000

The place: A four-bedroom home with a new, two-storey rear addition.

The history: Two years ago, the owners began what turned out to be $450,000 in renovations. They knocked out most of the main-floor walls to create an open living space, and extended the rear of the house, adding square footage that they used for a new kitchen on the main floor, and a new master bedroom and en suite bathroom on the second floor.

Big selling point: The location is hard to beat, especially for families: it backs onto Oriole Park and the Beltline Trail, and it’s near Upper Canada College and Forest Hill Public School. And it’s only three blocks from the Davisville subway station.

Possible deal breaker: The huge basement is unfinished, which means 1,200 square feet of relatively unused space. It’s already roughed-in for another bathroom, bar, and kitchen, though. (In the meantime? Plenty of storage space.)

By the numbers:

• $1,974,000 • $450,000 in renovations • $12,266.93 in taxes (2015) • 2489 square feet • 4 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • 3 fireplaces

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The living room has a leaded glass bay window and a fireplace.

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The owners knocked out many of the first-floor walls to create this modern, open living space.

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The dining area is next to the living room.

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Here’s the family room.

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The kitchen is in the newly built rear of the house. It’s all new, with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

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There are four bedrooms on the second floor of the house.

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Here’s a bedroom.

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Another bedroom, with pretty pink desk.

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And the third bedroom.

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The second-floor bathroom has a glass block wall.

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The master bedroom is in the rear addition. Its vaulted ceiling is 14 feet tall, and it has giant windows and a skylight.

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The master bedroom’s en suite bathroom has heated limestone floors, a whirlpool tub and a Turkish steam bath.

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The basement is unfinished.

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The backyard is big.

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The view from the rear.

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