Buying a house in Toronto these days pretty much guarantees that you’re going to be paying over the asking price, but how about more than half a million dollars over?
The buyers of a home in the Scarborough neighbourhood of West Hill just paid that and then some. The house, located at 124 Manse Road, hit the market on July 2 with an asking price of $1,299,999. It sold just two days later for $1,851,777 — $551,778 over asking.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom house spans roughly 3,000 to 3,500 sq ft, according to the listing. And for that price, the buyers are getting a modern, open-concept home with a huge kitchen and plenty of living space.
Interestingly, this house was listed as having not one, but two, primary bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.
And down in the basement is a self-contained in-law suite with its own kitchen and even its own entrance.
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And as nice as the inside of this house is, the backyard just might be the most attractive feature. With that lush green lawn and a large deck, the new buyer definitely won’t ever feel a shortage of outdoor space.
Even if it did come at a high price, this house seems like a great Toronto find.