This Toronto house just sold for $1.1 million over the asking price

Jun 29 2021, 9:04 am

It’s not unusual for a Toronto home to be sold over asking, but how about $1.1 million over?

A house in Toronto’s Rosedale neighbourhood did just that. Located at 65 Rowanwood Avenue, the house hit the market on June 23 with an asking price of $5,895,000. It sold just five days later for $7,000,000 — $1,105,000 over asking.

As one would hope, for that price, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home is very luxurious.

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It has a massive kitchen with a huge eat-in island, and even the smallest bedrooms are still huge by Toronto standards. The bathrooms, though, are really the main attraction. They’re spa-like with huge showers, and if that’s not convincing enough, one has a luxurious stand-alone tub in front of a Juliette balcony.

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If the new homeowner has an endless shoe collection, they’ll have no problem storing it in any one of the multiple walk-in closets.

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Of course, with a house this expensive, there’s going to be some great outdoor space. The backyard looks like it could be part of a private countryside villa, with a vine-covered trellis, perfectly manicured shrubs, and a spacious patio.

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The only part of the house in need of some upgrades is the basement laundry room, which looks like an actual laundromat with its vintage checkered floors and fluorescent lights.

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Just steps away from Yonge Street, the property has plenty of great food and entertainment options in the surrounding area.

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