101 Richview Ave, Forest Hill, Toronto Sold $4.95 million


101 Richview Ave, Toronto


101 Richview Ave, Forest Hill, Toronto Sold $4.95 million

This beautiful stone home in Forest Hill is newer than most in the area and sits on a large lot with plenty of greenery


Address: 101 Richview Ave, Toronto (Bathurst Street and Burton Road)

Asking price: $4.95 million

Sold for: $4.85 million

Taxes: $28,817 (2018)

Parking: 4

Garage: 4

Bedrooms: 4+1

Bathrooms: 6

Square footage: Over 5,000 SF

Days on the market: 2


Listing Broker: Harvey Kalles Real Estate and Royal LePage Real Estate Services 



A large corner lot in Forest Hill south doesn’t come along often, so it was no surprise that this property was quickly snatched up in two (2) days.


“The 90×128-foot property, which is rare for this part of the village, is definitely a premium lot,” said the listing agent.


The stone home is newer than most in the area and is big and bright. It has high ceilings and a two-storey atrium. Potential buyers were also drawn by the large lot size, the four-car garage and the circular driveway.


Although the property offers an opportunity to move in as is or to build new, the 1986 home will likely be “substantially renovated to bring the décor and esthetics to current day,” said the listing agent. “It’s likely to be renovated as the original house has high ceilings, many unique features and a very spacious layout. There are few new builds on Richview.”


Large principal rooms, great for entertaining, are the best interior feature. Outside, the pool and large lot with mature trees impressed potential buyers.



The four-bedroom, six-bathroom home appealed to young families in search of a large home because it offers over 5,000 sq. ft. of living space.


It sold quickly to buyers looking for a special property in Forest Hill, the listing agent said, adding the home has “good bones.”


The stately home features double doors and closets in the foyer, a fireplace in the living room and built-in shelves in the dining room. The main-floor sunken family room has a cosy gas fireplace, which is great when it’s chilly outside. The eat-in kitchen has a centre island and a walkout to the patio. It’s the perfect place to chill and the sitting area offers a view of the pool.


The master suite has a wall-to-wall closet, a gas fireplace and a six-piece, en-suite bathroom.


Lower-level features include a recreation room, a four-piece, en-suite bathroom and a bedroom.


The attached garage is an extra bonus, which is especially appreciated in winter.


Forest Hill Village, Upper Canada College, Bishop Strachan School, public transit and parks are all nearby.



Source: National Post




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