The Place: An updated Cabbabgetown Victorian with an airy interior.
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The Place: A block from Dufferin Grove Park, this turn-of-the-century semi belongs to Grid editor-in-chief Laas Turnbull and his family.
The Place: A newly renovated home with sturdy bones—it was built in 1911—and major curb appeal, in North Rosedale.
The Place: With a tiered design inspired by traditional rice terraces, this contemporary, three-bedroom home is perched on a corner overlooking the treetops of Kay Gardner Beltline Park.
The Place: A 1920s brick house updated with Gothic elements—like an actual turret—borrowed from the design of the nearby Bishop Strachan School. Some of the windows have been customized with pointed arches, for extra Gothic appeal.
Address: 28 Twyford Rd.
Agent: Pauline Saliba, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Brokerage
The Place: A red-brick Rosedale home that was completely renovated after being purchased by its current owner in 2010. Initially listed for $3.28 million by a previous realtor, this chic, well-located property has finally landed at an attractive price point after more than a year on the market.