Four-Bedroom Toronto Sold in Five Days for $ 615,000 Upon Request (PHOTOS)

Toronto homes with more space have been in high demand during the pandemic, and there is no better example of it than this High Park North four-bedroom.

The home, located at 47 Kennedy Park Road, hit the market this month for $ 1,485,000. It only sold five days later for $ 2,100,000- $ 615,000 over asking.

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The two-story house has lots of old-world charm with wood paneling and wainscoting throughout, a brick fireplace, decorative glass and large bay windows. But it’s the spacious layout and the whole five bathrooms that would probably have been a big draw for aspiring buyers.

toronto four-bedroom

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The home has a large living room, formal dining room, and the bedrooms are extremely spacious. There is also a finished basement with kitchen and bathroom, though wood-paneled walls and cement floors could certainly need a few modernizations. One drawback is that the home’s main kitchen is dated and relatively small, but this is a fairly common layout choice in older homes.

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toronto four-bedroom

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toronto four-bedroom

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And since outdoor areas have been in high demand over the past year and a half, the backyard of this home, even though it is relatively small and on a steep slope, would be a bonus.

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No matter who the buyers of this Toronto four-bedroom are, they have a great property on their hands, even if they had to pay top dollar for it.

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