Property of the Week: $1.5 Million Mid-Century Inspired Home

It has pops of colour, original hardwood and Jonathan Adler light fixtures.



 

Where it is

1610 Scotland Street S.W. in Scarboro.

The history

Originally built in 1929, this four bedroom was renovated in 2012 which included an addition to the back of the home.

What to love

1610 is a mix of old and new. It's original dark hardwood floors contrast nicely with the updated marble flooring in the entryway and kitchen and the original wood burning fireplace in the living room creates a cozy retreat. It also has a fully-finished walkout basement. 

What to consider

Its location in Scarboro means 1610 is within walking distance of 17 Avenue and is a quick commute to the downtown core.

The stats

2,577 square feet plus a fully finished basement
4 bedrooms
5 bathrooms
3 fireplaces
Soaker tub and steam shower
Double car garage. 

Listed for $1,500,000 with realtor Jeff Jackson.

The sunny living room has original hardwood and an original wood burning fireplace.

 

There are light fixtures by Modernica and Jonathan Adler throughout including in the main floor office. 

 

The modern kitchen has an 8 x 8 foot granite island, marble floors and a chrome light fixture by Tom Dixon.

 

The great room has a gas fireplace and is open to the kitchen. 

 

The master bedroom has a Juliette balcony and a gas fireplace. 

 

The master bath has a steam shower and soaker tub. 

 

The walkout basement opens onto a large backyard which includes a double car garage.

 

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