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.
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.
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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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.
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.