If you’ve ever wanted to feel like you’re living in a beautiful French home, look no further than this Parisian-inspired Toronto condo that just hit the market.
This townhouse condo has a gorgeous formal dining room, wainscoting, and five (yes, five) bathrooms throughout it. The only catch is that it’s going to cost you $2.1 million.
Located at 217 Roslin Avenue, near Lawrence and Yonge, the condo sits on a quiet cul-de-sac and backs onto a ravine, giving plenty of privacy and more of a secluded nature feel for whoever lives there.
Inside, the open-concept layout and abundance of windows give a bright, airy feel. The kitchen, located on the second floor, is outfitted with a big island, space for a dining area, and a large family-sized fridge.
The kitchen also has one very cool feature: a dumbwaiter that connects to a bar area downstairs, making entertaining (when it’s safe to do so) even easier since you won’t have to worry about carrying food and drinks up and down the stairs.
The centrepiece of the condo is the formal dining room, with its crown moulding, dramatic dark walls, and statement light fixture. You would never have trouble impressing your guests with a dinner in this room.
“This ‘Parisian-inspired’ home makes use of bold colours and simple decor to let the property shine,” said Zoocasa agent Emma Pace.
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To keep things cozy, the condo’s four bedrooms are all carpeted, and one even opens up to a small balcony overlooking the street.
And closet space is definitely not in short supply in this condo, with plenty of storage room like in the walk-in closet below.
Although $2.1 million may seem like a steep price tag, Pace says that the condo is priced fairly for the area, which has many great qualities.
“It is priced to sell at or below the listed price and is not structured for a bidding war similar to what we are seeing with some of the lower-priced listings in the neighbourhood,” she said.
“This property is located in top tier school districts with a ravine lot setting: to purchase a property with a combination of both items is quite rare. Both of these elements are highly desirable individually, and often result in great resale value and market appreciation.”
And of course, the biggest wow factor of the house is its five bathrooms, three of which are full bathrooms with showers.
Even a large family living here would never have to wait to use one, which is always an added bonus.