Toronto Beaches home sells in one day for $415,000 over asking

Jun 15 2021, 12:49 pm

The Beaches is a highly desirable Toronto neighbourhood, and new buyers are willing to pay way over the asking price to live there.

A four-bedroom home at 38 Elmer Avenue hit the market this month with an asking price of $1,599,900. The Toronto Beaches home sold the very next day for $2,015,000 — a whopping $415,100 over asking.

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For that price, the house has just about everything you’d want a $2 million home to have. There are high ceilings with exposed reclaimed wood beams, an open kitchen with a large island and wine fridge, four bathrooms (including a five-piece primary bathroom), and a large backyard with a deck.

toronto beaches over asking

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It also has a finished basement with its own bathroom, so there’s even more livable space.

toronto beaches over asking

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Perhaps one of the coolest features, is the tiling in one of the bathrooms covered in different graffiti prints.

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toronto beaches over asking

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The house is just south of Kingston Road, so it’s close to amenities along the main roads while being just a short trip south to Woodbine Beach.

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According to Zolo MLS data, the property last sold in 2012 for $1,199,000, meaning the sellers turned a sizeable profit in less than 10 years.

Laura HanrahanLaura Hanrahan

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