Sale of the Week: The house that shows what $3.1 million gets you in Lytton Park
The home was built three years ago, and it’s full of trendy design elements like floating staircases, Plexiglas railings and 15-foot floor-to-ceiling windows.
Here’s the foyer:
The living room, at the front of the house:
The dining area is continuous with the living room:
The breakfast area:
And here’s the family room:
There are four bedrooms on the second floor of the house. Here’s one of them:
And another, with its own balcony:
Here’s the master bedroom:
And the master ensuite:
The basement is finished, and it has a door that leads directly to the backyard:
And here is that backyard:
And the back of the house:
The house’s original builder ran into creditor trouble when construction was about 90 per cent complete. Another builder stepped in and finished the job, adding lacquered millwork throughout and bringing in high-end appliances.
The buyers, a family, instantly loved the house’s workmanship and open space, as well as its proximity to Yonge Street and Eglinton Station.
The property attracted plenty of attention, with 12 showings and an open house attended by more than 20 agents—a number the listing agent says is a rarity at this price point. The buyers made a preemptive offer $219,000 over asking.
By the numbers
• $6,267.44 in taxes (2016)
• About 2,500 square feet
• 108 per cent of list price
• 5 bathrooms
• 4 bedrooms
• 3 years old
• 2 parking spaces