House of the Week: $2.1 million for a Castle Frank home with a classic interior
A 112-year-old red-brick Edwardian, located just north of Bloor Street.
The current owners, an artist and a psychologist, moved from Montreal with their two young boys in 1980. They’ve maintained many of the home’s classic features, including a wood staircase with carved spindles, and the tile surrounding the living room fireplace. Now they’re moving into a condo.
The staircase still has its original woodwork:
The owners clearly have an eye for knick-knacks:
Here’s the dining room:
And the view from the rear:
Big selling point
There’s a large library on the second floor, with a bay window and wall-to-wall bookshelves:
Possible deal breaker
Three bedrooms may not be enough for some families, but there are spare rooms that could be converted into sleeping spaces if need be.
By the numbers
• $9,246.36 in taxes (2016)
• 2,564 square feet
• 30-by-100-foot lot
• 3 bedrooms
• 3 bathrooms
• 1 fireplace
• 1 parking spot