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House of the Week: $830,000 for a newly built laneway house near Christie Pits

House of the Week: 2 Miles Place
Address: 2 Miles Place
Neighbourhood: Dovercourt-Wallace-Emerson-Junction
Agent: George B Niblock, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Brokerage
Price: $829,000

The Place: A modern, two-bedroom home located in between garages in an alley near Christie Pits.

Bragging Rights: Laneway homes are the hidden gems of Toronto real estate. Tucked away from the main street, they’re often the passion projects of architecture and home buffs—or, in this case, actor Jeff Pangman.

Big Selling Point: After some back and forth with the city, the original home was completely rebuilt with new walls and a new foundation. (The original 1919 structure turned out to be rotten.) An extra level allowed for more windows and a sweet rooftop terrace.

Possible Deal Breaker: What this house has in cool factor, it lacks in parking, which is limited to the street.

By The Numbers:
• $829,000
• $3,430 in property taxes (2013)
• 3 storeys
• 2 bedrooms
• 2 bathrooms
• 1 rooftop terrace
• 1 hardwood accented vaulted ceiling
• 0 parking spots

  • http://www.blewmagazine.com/ Sybrandt Heighton

    There’s quite a few design flaws with this place and missed opportunities. It’s to bad because a bit more careful thought would have really made this place amazing

  • disqus_Ge66ya39yo

    Kind of ironic that a lane way house surrounded by garages only has parking on the street.

  • thominto

    Not crazy about the hardwood ceiling – but would’ve been better if it didn’t exactly match the floors.

  • iArch

    Such as…

 

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