Property of the Week: $1.3 Million Inner City Bungalow

It has vaulted ceilings, oak floors and granite countertops.



 

Where it is

2424 Sandhurst Avenue S.W. in Scarboro

The renovation

Originally built in 1956, 2424 has been extensively renovated. Updates include new windows and doors, new high-efficiency furnaces and hot water tank and new air conditioning. The four-bedroom also has heated stone flooring in the bathrooms, oak hardwood throughout and more.

What to love

2424 has vaulted ceilings in the open-concept living/dining/kitchen space and abundant natural light. The kitchen has granite counters and stainless steel appliances. The fully-finished basement has a wall-to-wall built-in wet bar.

What to consider

The bungalow is located in Upper Scarboro and is close to river pathways, the CTrain and downtown. 

The stats

1,920 square feet not including a fully-finished basement
4 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
Vaulted ceilings
Oak hardwood
Heated stone floors
Built-in wet bar

Listed for $1,389,000 with realtor Ron Garneau.

 

It has a large and welcoming front porch.

 

The main living area has vaulted ceilings and lots of natural light. 

 

It has oak hardwood throughout including in the dining area.

 

The kitchen has granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a large island with a breakfast bar.

 

Three bedrooms are on the main level, including the master. 

 

The bathrooms have heated stone floors, including in the showers.

 

It has a built-in wet bar in the basement. 

 

The landscaped yard includes a deck and patio area. 

 

It has a double-car heated garage, garden shed and underground sprinkler system. 

 

 

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