20 Lawnhurst Blvd, Forest Hill, Toronto Sold $3.175 million

 

20 Lawnhurst Blvd, Toronto

 

20 Lawnhurst Blvd, Forest Hill, Toronto Sold $3.175 million

This stately home in upper Forest Hill Village is beautiful inside… It was snapped up after only three days on the market.

 

Address: 20 Lawnhurst Blvd. Toronto (Eglinton Avenue West and Bathurst Street)

Asking price: $2.995 million

Sold for: $3.175 million

Taxes: $11,633 (2018)

Parking: 2

Garage: 2

Bedrooms: 4+1

Bathrooms: 4

Square footage: 3,100 SF

Days on the market: 3

 

Listing Broker: Forest Hill Real Estate 

 

 

“There were a couple of homes in the area that have been sitting on the market, but generally, if it’s a good house, it will sell. Because the Forest Hill area is in very high demand and the inventory sells. This is an exceptional property,” said the listing agent.

 

“People were drawn to the area — upper Forest Hill Village — and the great curb appeal, The house was totally renovated about 10 years ago. The project was flawlessly executed by Harvey Wise. The absolutely stunning interior… has a design that is sophisticated and timeless. It looks as if it could have been done last week,” the listing agent said.

 

“The kitchen was the major renovation, the listing agent said. It was gutted to the studs and was extended and reconfigured.”

 

“A gorgeous Statuario marble island has seating for five. Other features include a double pantry in dark wood that anchors the otherwise all-white design. There’s a full-size wine fridge and a sunny breakfast nook with a custom L-shaped bench. It’s an expansive, elegant kitchen,” the listing said.

 

“The home offers classic, sophisticated details, such as wainscoting, custom marble floors, recessed lighting and beautiful fixtures in the dining room and kitchen.”

 

“Everyone that walked into this house simply fell in love with so many features, from the kitchen to the breathtaking fireplace and the terrace to the mud room with its second front entrance off to the side with direct access to garage,” the listing agent said.

 

“Even though it’s large (3,100 sq. ft. plus 1,426 sq. ft. on the lower level), the house appealed to couples downsizing from really large homes and who aren’t ready for condo living. Families were also among the potential buyers,” the listing agent said.

 

The 1960s house rests on a lot that’s 110 feet wide and 52 feet deep with a walled and gated front garden. There is also a terrace with a gazebo and hot tub. All of which means there are plenty of options in terms of entertaining.”

 

 

Source: National Post

 

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