337 SPADINA RD., TORONTO
- ASKING PRICE $1,195,000
- SELLING PRICE $1,190,000
- PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $691,588 (1999)
- TAXES $8,429 (2011)
- DAYS ON THE MARKET 67
- LISTING AGENT Elli Davis, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd
Situated across the street from Sir Winston Churchill Park and down the street from St. Clair West subway station, this four-storey executive townhouse was initially listed for over $1.2-million. After visits from roughly 40 shoppers and a price reduction to $1,195,000, it ultimately sold for $1,190,000.
What They Got
In a row of 12-year-old townhouses, this roughly 3,000-square-foot residence has a fairly standard plan with three bedrooms, four bathrooms and several entertaining areas indoors and out, plus nine-foot ceilings with pot lights throughout, an elevator and access to a double garage off the lower-level recreation room.
At street level, there is a foyer and library with limestone floors.
Hardwood floors flow throughout the second level where there is a dining room with decorative wainscoting and under valance lighting, and a central kitchen with stainless steel appliances, including a gas stove, and granite counters overlooking a sunken living room with a gas fireplace and terrace doors.
Sleeping quarters consist of two bedrooms on the third floor, along with a laundry room, and a sky-lit master suite on the fourth floor with his-and-her closets, a five-piece bathroom and a wide deck.
The property was also outfitted with central vacuum, sound and security systems.
The Agent’s Take
“Three thirty-seven Spadina was beautifully located in Forest Hill near Spadina and St. Clair,” says agent Elli Davis. “You can walk to Forest Hill Village, Winston Churchill Park, St. Clair [West] subway, Loblaws and the Joe store.”
This townhouse also had many modern comforts and conveniences buyers wanted. “Features include four levels, an elevator and double garage attached,” says Ms. Davis. “It’s perfect for downsizers or someone who doesn’t want the maintenance of a home, but doesn’t want a condo either.”
Posted in Globe and Mail, Mar. 22, 2012