House of the Week: $3 million for a regal Rosedale mansion on one of Toronto’s most distinguished blocks

Toronto Life’s House of the Week: a $3 Million Rosedale mansion. Built in 1926, it has 6 bedrooms and five bathrooms.

ADDRESS: 11 Drumsnab Road

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Rosedale-Moore Park

PRICE: $2,995,000

THE PLACE: A three-storey 1926 Dutch Tudor in ritzy Rosedale.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: Exclusivity. The semi-private road with cobblestone edges and coach lamps is the closest thing you can find to a gated community in Toronto.

BIG SELLING POINT: This home oozes curb appeal—three impressive storeys, an original cedar shake roof (with copper treatments), a circular red-brick awning and impeccable landscaping.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: The family room is cozy (check out the leaded glass windows and original oak flooring)—but it could do with a modern update.

• $2,995,000
• 85 years old
• 70 feet of frontage
• 6 bedrooms
• 5 bathrooms
• 2 fireplaces
• 1 exercise room
• 1 semi-private road

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Author: SHAWN VENASSE - Sales Representative (Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Brokerage)

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