Unveiling a timeless residence, this article takes us through a meticulously remodelled 1906 home nestled in Toronto’s prestigious Rosedale neighbourhood, listed at C$5.35 million.
The six-bedroom, five-bathroom abode combines historic charm and modern elegance.
Cailey Heaps, co-founder of Heaps Estrin, emphasizes the rare availability of renovated homes in Rosedale, making this a unique offering. The home’s main allure is its tranquil setting despite its central location, providing an idyllic escape within the city’s heart. The thoughtful redesign includes a well-appointed kitchen, multiple family-friendly living spaces, and a serene west-facing garden, complete with a hidden sports court.
In the words of Cailey Heaps, “The turnover rate in Rosedale is very low, and what’s coming to market is mostly unrenovated homes”. She further adores how the house “feels very tucked away”, a sentiment echoed through the garden views from the oversized foyer.
Heaps also praises the functionality and coziness of the kitchen, stating it’s “a very well-designed, functional family kitchen,” highlighting the owner’s passion for cooking reflected through the high-end appliances. The elegance extends outdoors, where the sellers have masterfully landscaped the garden, adding a sitting area with a fire pit and a dining area for cherished gatherings.
Delve deeper into the charm and thoughtful details of this Rosedale home [here].
For a more comprehensive look, including insights from Cailey Heaps, explore the full Mansion Global article [here].