Spectacular North Rosedale Home | 172 Roxborough Drive

January 8, 2021

Location, Location And Location. It is Simply One Of The Best Streets In North Rosedale And Offers the opportunity To Live Next To The Fabled Chorley Park. 172 Roxborough Drive Is on The “Park Avenue” Of Rosedale With Timeless Views. 

 

 

The interior of this house has been renovated & shows exceptionally well. The interior is bright & elegant. As you enter the home, the entrance hall boasts hardwood floors, frosted glass French doors, a coved ceiling, and a coat closet. The spacious dining room is well designed for formal entertaining. The living area offers several different spaces, each designed for relaxed living and entertaining. 

 

 

 

 

The kitchen is an eat-in & the double living room with high ceilings overlooking the park. The kitchen offers a walkout to the deck, Corian counters, halogen lights, and adjoining mudroom access.

 

 

The second floor enjoys 4 bedrooms. The expansive master features park vistas and a 6-piece ensuite. The second level features two additional bedrooms and a family room. The third-floor loft is currently used as an additional bedroom but is a perfect multipurpose room to fit the needs of any discerning buyer. Plumbing is also roughed in the third floor for the option to add an additional bathroom to create a luxurious guest suite. 

 

 

 

 

The lower level offers a laundry room and 2-piece bathroom, with plenty of storage available in the unfinished section.

 

 

This property is currently listed at $5,495,000. For more information, please contact James Warren and Christopher Killam at (416) 925-9191.

Toronto Real Estate Market Report

December’s Toronto and area residential marketplace exhausted all the superlatives that we would normally apply to a robust resale market. Not only was December’s housing market strong by historical standards, but it dramatically exceeded historic norms, performing more like a spring market than what we have come to expect of property sales during the holiday season. It’s almost as if the holiday season didn’t exist, and unfortunately, because of the restrictions imposed by the effects of Covid-19, normal retail shopping was non-existent. Deprived of retail shopping, it appears that buyers focused their attention on housing instead.
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