October 10th, 2012
Published in The Globe and Mail, 5 October 2012
150 Heath Street West 1204
- Asking price: $1,375,000
- Selling price: $1.3-million
- Taxes: $10,673 (2012)
- Days on the market: 16
- Listing Agent: Elli Davis, Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd.
(Sold: Forest Hill Condo Overlooking UCC
June 19th, 2012
St Lawrence Market Hall From Bird’s perspective
This premium farmers market is comfortably nestled in the heart of Toronto, offering truly great foods and delicious specialties. The St. Lawrence Market has been in operation since 1803 and has undergone some major renovations over the course of the years.
(St. Lawrence Market Photo Essay
April 11th, 2012
55 Delisle Avenue 505
There were about two dozen showings for this two-bedroom-plus-den corner suite situated in a brick mid-rise around the corner from popular restaurants, shops and subway at Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue. With little turnover in the roughly six-year-old building, two contenders negotiated offers and the property was sold within days.
(Two Contenders For Large Yonge Street Condo
April 10th, 2012
61 St. Clair Avenue West 807
On a stretch of St. Clair Avenue West between Yonge Street and Avenue Road, this two-bedroom corner suite at Granite Place welcomed 25 potential buyers, from young professionals to downsizing homeowners.
(Older Toronto Condo Delivers Space Bonus
March 27th, 2012
Done Deal 337 Spadina Road
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.
(A Tiny Price Cut Moves a Big Casa Loma Home
March 26th, 2012
Done Deal – 1 Bedford Rd. NO 2101
In a new luxury high-rise on Bloor Street, just across from Varsity Stadium by the Royal Ontario Museum, this two-bedroom plus den suite was initially listed for $1,795,000 and later reduced to $1,750,000. Nine serious buyers had private tours before one signed a deal.
(Nine Visitors to One Bedford, One Buyer
March 23rd, 2012
44 Wells Hill Avenue
In a residential pocket between the St. Clair West subway station and the historic Casa Loma landmark, fierce bidding wars have broken out over the last few properties listed for sale, including this detached, brick residence.
Four buyers out of 26 who booked private showings later submitted strong offers.
(Four Bidders Vie For Casa Loma Home
January 12th, 2012
39 Wells hill ave
Residential properties in the Casa Loma area rarely come on the market, so it was a good bet there’d be some interest in this three-storey home. But to ensure a quick sale, the home was listed with a price under $1-million.
(Casa Loma Area Home Goes $425,000 Over Asking
September 30th, 2011
Distinctive Women Magazine featured Elli in their latest issue of their Profiles of Distinction! This publication spotlights business women from a range of industries with their inspirational stories of success. It was made available in Friday’s edition of the Globe and Mail.
(Distinctive Women Magazine
September 26th, 2011
Done Deal 58A Oriole Road,
In 2003, a builder constructed four semi-detached, brick and stone houses, including this one on a 20-by-173-foot lot. This property combines a variety of luxuries, such as ten-foot ceilings on the main floor, five bathrooms.
(Globe & Mail Done Deals
September 23rd, 2011
Done Deal 41 Elderwood Drive,
Within two years this roughly 70-year-old centre-hall residence underwent an extensive makeover, evident from the sight of the new grey stucco façade, windows and red entry door to its manicured gardens.
(Forest Hill Home Made Over Inside and Out
July 7th, 2011
What an interesting and funny wooden fence! This Photo of the Day was captured by the photographer Bonnie Lynn inside the green and beautiful Bedford Park neighborhood.
(Fun inside the Bedford Park
July 4th, 2011
Despite the fact that the Allebnby Theatre is situated far away from the also called Allenby Neighborhood it is worth to see and visit. Thanks to the photographer Josip Mravicic we can enjoy the incredible view of the night lightning theater.
(The Allenby Theater
June 24th, 2011
The Bedford Park subway stairs became an great inspiration for the photographer Dan Iggers, who decided to capture the breathtaking atmosphere inside the Lawrence Station.
June 21st, 2011
A landmark building in the Deer Park neighbourhood is being converted from a commercial office building to luxury condos. The Imperial Oil building at St. Clair Avenue West and Avenue Road will soon to be home to multi-million dollar suites, but is disclosing some very interesting secrets of its past during conversion. Lindsay Forsey of the National Post uncovers them in this feature.
April 22nd, 2011
What a beautiful Photo of the Day! The photographer Senning Luk has nicely captured the ephemeral sunset in the Annex Neighbourhood.
(Sunset in the Annex
February 16th, 2011
What a fabulous Photo of the Day! It looks like there is a fairytale gate inside the Lawrence Park Neighbourhood. Visit the St. Lawrence Park and you will see the magic going on. Thank you Aschton Pal for this amazing photo.
(Visit the St. Lawrence Park
February 13th, 2011
Amazing sunset captured in Leaside, one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Toronto. This Photo of the Day was taken by the keen photographer Richard Wilson.
February 4th, 2011
The house at 37 High Point Rd. in the Bridle Path is an enviable real estate investment for many at going-rate of $23-million. This home which has been featured on HGTV’s “Mansions” is the brainchild of developer Paul Miklas. One of the features of this home is that it is so huge that people drive by often to see it. Kent James, owner of Crystal Clear Maids drives through the Bridle Path on a regular basis and is impressed to find out the specs of the mansion.
(37 High Point Rd. – “Just Imagine” This Being “Just Reality”
February 3rd, 2011
Winter in Leaside. This stunning photo of the day was taken by the talented James Carter in February, 2008. Some things do not change over time: fresh snowfalls will always give the city a magical feeling!
(Winter in Leaside