Address: 5 Allan Park Rd. (Royal York Road and Bloor Street West)
Ask price: $ 2,949,000
For sale for: $ 2,887,500
Fees: $ 12,796 (2018)
Bedrooms: 4 + 1
Market time: Seven days
"Our team's customers are the merchants. They wanted to stay in the community for the big schools and travel to work," said Paul Nusca's list. "They fell in love with today's ending and the size of their home for the growing family."
The brick-stone house, with four bedrooms, five bathrooms and two laundry rooms, has a 50 x 140-foot crann that supports the Mimico Creek.
"The retailer is a craftsman and it is obvious in this home with regard to detail. Everything is ready," he says. "It's the best thing in the kitchen that looks over the big backpack and the shore. Sliding doors are inserted into the garden Let's make the best idea of this scene.
Current millwork is shown throughout, and includes double double roofing machines and double steel in coffee fitting. Has a hard floor. There is a large marble center in the white kitchen and stainless steel appliances.
Providing comfort for the whole family, all bedrooms have an en suite suite restaurant. There is also a walker jacket in the main room and a view of the shore. Flat roofs warmly welcome the other bedrooms.
The low level includes a leisure room and a nanny room.
There are four clear domestic fire alarms, two laundry rooms, light-pots and warm teak.
"The house was recorded on and off with a variety of sales dealers. With our team to deal with the strategic changes and the real estate of the house quickly and for its highest price Achievement in the community, "said Nusca. He bought for 98 percent of the price he wanted.
The co-registration of Ashleigh Pyne says that the place helped. "It's so close to the subway, middle and some new restaurants and shops throughout Bloor Street West that this community is useful for young families and work professionals."
Breach of Registration: LePage Real Estate Services (Paul Nusca and Ashleigh Pyne)