Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts

Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts 75 Haddington Ave, Bedford Park, Toronto had multiple bidders, Sold for $2,000,000 in October, 2018

  75 Haddington Ave., Toronto Selling price: $2-million Previous selling prices: $1,289,000 (2013); $910,000 (2009) Realty Taxes: $8,849 (2017) Days on the market: 7   The home has a joined open eat-in kitchen and family room and finished maple hardwood floors.   On a residential street just east of Avenue Road, there were two properties listed in June. One seller sought $2-million, while the owner of this three-bedroom house on a 30-by-130-foot lot started under $1.4-million. Competition between 13 bidders drove the final price to $2-million within a week’s time.   Family room has a gas fireplace   In the Cricket Club

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Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts What an average priced Toronto house looked like in March, 2017

  The average price for a detached house in Toronto is $1,561,780, at least according to the latest Toronto Real Estate Board’s latest report. For that much money, you should be able to get a whole lot of house, right? Not always. While you won’t be able to buy a mansion for $1.5 million, you might be able to score a small home in a great neighbourhood, if you’re lucky. Or you could move an hour north and get yourself 40 acres of land in Georgina for the same price.   Here’s what an average price home looks like in

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Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts Don Mills home sold $1.15 million over listing price in 2017

  Fifty years ago, a young pair paid $27,000 for a modest home in Don Mills. That approximately 1,500 -square-foot mansion sold for $2.3 million, more than $1.15 million over the nearly $1.19 million list price on Wednesday. The home on Norden Cres. near Lawrence Ave. East and Don Mills Rd., received 31 offers following 175 showings over nine days. Two weekend “open house” occasions attracted another 75 onlookers, told Mr. Mansoor of Royal Lepage Signature Realty .” We foresaw it would be busy. We could not have predicted that outcome,” he said on Friday .” In comparison of that

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Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts Toronto house sells for more than $1M over asking in early 2017

  A house in Toronto lately sold for more than $1 million over asking price, as the average cost for dwellings sold in the Greater Toronto Area in last month skyrocketed by 20 per cent over the previous December, 2015. The split-level dwelling, located at 19 Talwood Dr. in the Lawrence Avenue East and Don Mills Road area, sold by Ecko Jay Realty Ltd Brokerage on Nov. 10, 2016 for $2,658, 000 after being listed at world prices of $1,488, 800.   The open-concept property offers “privacy galore” and” genuinely feels like being in the country, “in agreement with the

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Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts 68 Balmoral Ave., Toronto – Summerhill area house sold attracting 3 pre-emptive offers

  68 Balmoral Ave., Toronto   ASKING PRICE   $1,050,000 SELLING PRICE  $1,225,000 PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE  $465,000 (2001) TAXES  $6,130 (2016) DAYS ON THE MARKET   3 The Action: This two-storey row house sits on the south side of St. Michael’s Cemetery on a 15-by-107-foot lot. The prime Summerhill location prompted three pre-emptive offers earlier this year and the house sold for $175,000 over asking. What They Got: Various owners improved the comfort and cosmetics of this century-old, brick home, which provides open living and dining areas with hardwood floors and crown mouldings, as well as a classic eat-in kitchen with stainless

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Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts 218 Queens Quay W., Toronto – large condo with Harbourfront location sold

      218 Queens Quay W., No. 1602, Toronto ASKING PRICE $685,000 SELLING PRICE $730,000 TAXES $3,609 (2015) DAYS ON THE MARKET Three The Action: Last year, the Waterclub community had three 2-bedroom suites for sale simultaneously, so this upper-level version didn’t fare well for months sharing the spotlight. To give it a second chance, another agent relisted at the same price of $685,000, but suggested it be painted, better lit and professionally staged, which all played a part in two offers materializing within days. What They Got: A more-than-decade-old complex features three curved towers containing street-level shops and

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Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts 592 Manning Ave., Toronto – Sold Price $1,820,000

  592 MANNING AVE., TORONTO ASKING PRICE  $1,488,800 SELLING PRICE  $1,820,000 PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE  $908,888 (2014) TAXES  $5,281 (2015) DAYS ON THE MARKET  3 The Action: In mid-April, 2016, Little Italy had a small but steady stream of properties available, so this updated, semi-detached Victorian across from Harbord Collegiate Institute was staged in an extra effort to woo buyers. One shopper among the first 50 visitors quickly made a preemptive offer. Although challenged by three other bidders, the original offer emerged victorious, $331,200 over asking. What They Got: Built circa 1890, this 2 1/2-storey dwelling was recently gutted and remodelled in

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Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts 96 Castlewood Road, Toronto – $2-million Lytton Park home that proves the teardown business is alive and well

  LISTED AT  $2,049,000   SOLD FOR  $2,025,000   Address: 96 Castlewood Road Neighbourhood: Lytton Park   The property: This home, built from the ground up just over a year ago, has a custom-built kitchen, oak finishes and a basement with a walk-out to the backyard.   The history: After buying the property for $1,085,000 in 2014, the seller tore down the existing bungalow and built this place in its stead. His original intended buyer, a colleague’s brother, had a change of heart—so the house went on the open market. The fate: The buyers are a family who were drawn

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Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts 71 Hazelton Avenue, Toronto – $2.8-million Yorkville home where staging made a difference

  LISTED AT  $2,790,000   SOLD FOR  $2,800,000   Address: 71 Hazelton Avenue   Neighbourhood: Yorkville   The property:  A renovated Yorkville Victorian with high ceilings, original fireplaces and marble accents.   The history:  The property, built in 1895, was gutted by a previous owner in 2006. The owners had been renting out the house while they travelled abroad. They decided to sell so they could keep travelling without worry. The fate:  The buyers are a family from Kleinburg looking to move out of the suburbs and into the city. They loved the property’s proximity to Yorkville. Whole Foods is

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Category: Central Toronto Homes Sold Posts 166 Cottingham Street, Toronto – $1.9-million Summerhill home that sparked a bidding war

  LISTED AT  $1,699,000   SOLD FOR   $1,895,000   Address: 166 Cottingham Street   Neighbourhood: Summerhill The property: A newly renovated Summerhill semi on a quiet cul de sac.   The history: The sellers bought the property in 2012, then completely rebuilt the upper two storeys and revamped the kitchen with new marble surfaces and cabinets. Now they’re looking for a larger property in the same neighbourhood.   The fate: The buyer, a corporation looking to rent out the home, was attracted to the property’s location, its open interior, and the swanky backyard, which has new fencing and a built-in

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