Whether you have a child or just want to pretend you’re still a child, this Toronto house that just hit the market needs to be on your radar.
Located at 29 Queensdale Avenue, it’s got everything a kid could ever want: a rock climbing wall, a hidden loft in one of the bedrooms, and a good-sized backyard to play in. And the sellers are asking $999,000 for it.
The rock climbing wall is located down in the finished basement, which can act as a playroom, too. It’s perfect for those winter days when it’s too cold to go outside but you’re in need of space to let your kids get their energy out.
And upstairs in one of the house’s three bedrooms is the cozy loft, perfect for filling with throw pillows and snuggling up with a good book.
There are also plenty of exciting features for the adults too, like a big open kitchen with wood countertops, two modern bathrooms, a sunny living room, and a master bedroom with a Juliet balcony.
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The East York location also makes this Toronto house very desirable, says Zoocasa agent Chloe Ng.
“This property is conveniently located and is tucked away on a smaller street so the owners don’t have to worry about noise level,” Ng said. “This home is perfect for a small family who is eager for the convenience of a short commute to downtown core — given the proximity of this property to a subway station — but also enjoys living in a less dense area, slightly away from the bustle of the downtown core.”
Anyone who’s interested in snagging this home for themselves will likely have to be prepared to go over the asking price.
“Since inventory for this type of property is so low, prospective buyers can expect a bidding war at this list price,” Ng said. “In the area, since the start of the year most properties have sold over asking, and are generally sold within a week of being listed.”
But even with a higher price tag, can you really put a price on the joy of getting to rock climb in your own house?