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House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

By Liza Agrba| Photography by Imaginahome Inc.
House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

Address: 175 The Kingsway
Neighbourhood: The Kingsway Agent: Stephanie Teuta Haxhillari, RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage Price: $2,799,900 Previously sold for: $1,050,000, in 2016, prior to a rebuild

The place

A custom-built mini-mansion with a modern interior.

The history

This lot used to have a bungalow on it, which the owners completely demolished to build this luxury home from scratch. They designed the facade to match the look of other houses in the neighbourhood, but the sleek interior is anything but traditional.

The entry has a double door and porcelain tile:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

Here’s the den:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

The living area has an electric fireplace surrounded by custom millwork:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

The dining area is combined with the living area:

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House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

There are four bedrooms on the second floor. Here’s one of them:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

Here’s another:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

And another:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

And here’s the master bedroom:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

And the master ensuite:

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House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

The basement is finished, though it’s not up to much at the moment:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade
Big selling point

It’s a spick-and-span custom build with a swanky feel—particularly in the kitchen, which is huge and loaded with custom cabinetry and high-end appliances:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade
Possible deal breaker

The home is on a corner lot, so the backyard is technically a side yard. It’s still a good place to relax, with a wood deck, stone patio and privacy fencing:

House of the Week: $2.8 million for a newly built Kingsway mini-mansion with a traditional facade

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By the numbers

• $2,799,900 • 3,751 square feet • 1,500-square-foot basement • 6 parking spaces • 5 bathrooms • 4 bedrooms

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