Here’s your chance to own a heritage property in Cabbagetown once lived in by Walter Huston. Although the home has been fully renovated, they kept some of the original touches like the front door with stained glass. Five bedrooms, but only two bathrooms. ADDRESS: 328 Wellesley Street East NEIGHBOURHOOD: Cabbagetown-South St. Jamestown PRICE: $1,195,000 THE […]Read More House of the Week: $1.2 million for a Cabbagetown townhouse with a Hollywood pedigree
From suburban mansions to modern city homes, Toronto Life publishes one of Toronto’s best listings every week. Here are their favourites from 2012: Whether you’re in the market for a house or not, ogling other people’s homes (and judging other people’s decor) is rollicking good fun. That’s why we scour the city each week for […]Read More Year in Review: the 10 best homes from House of the Week
Toronto Life’s latest House of the Week, a Yorkville townhouse in a building that used to be a church, but you’d never know it. 4300 square feet, includes a wine cellar that will hold 5400 bottles. Three bedrooms, four baths and you can’t beat the location… ADDRESS: 12 MacPherson Avenue, Townhouse 5 NEIGHBOURHOOD: Yorkville PRICE: […]Read More House of the Week: $3.5 million for a Summerhill townhouse that used to be a church
It’s always interesting to see what’s available at a certain price point across the country, especially coming from a Toronto perspective. In Winnipeg, you get a 2200 square foot detached home – and in Vancouver, it will buy a house roughly have the size. Click here for the Globe articleRead More Home Buying: What’s on the market for $500,000?
Here’s Toronto Life’s Home of the Week – right at College and Ossington, a 3 bedroom, 4 bathroom renovated home with a triathlon pool and a basement apartment. ADDRESS: 14 Delaware Avenue NEIGHBOURHOOD: Palmerston-Little Italy PRICE: $1,349,000 THE PLACE: This recently upgraded three-bedroom home has a one-bedroom basement apartment. It’s also a block from Dufferin […]Read More House of the Week: $1.3 million for a Dufferin Grove home with its own triathlon pool
The banks have two pieces of good news for Canadian homeowners — real estate prices are expected to cool, not crash, and home ownership is becoming slightly more affordable. Canada’s housing market is losing some of its “exuberance,” but fears of a bubble are over inflated, unless there is the unlikely situation where jobless rates […]Read More Canada’s real estate market to cool, not crash