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Rare opportunity to own this historic residence situated in the heart of prestigious North Rosedale! An immaculately-refined and contemporary renovation of this century-old Edwardian home successfully aimed to retain the home’s historic charm while creating contemporary environments and conveniences within; sophisticated and inviting rooms are ideal for entertaining and extremely comfortable family living. With excellent private and public schools within walking distance, fantastic ravine walks, and a short commute to the city centre this home is ideal for an urbane family.

With over 8700 square feet including lower level and a generous 68’ lot, this 6+1 bedroom, 7 bathroom home features great entertaining spaces, a luxurious master retreat with sitting area and walk-in closet, eat-in chef’s kitchen with a breakfast/family area with wall-to-wall windows, butler’s pantry, wine cellar, two family rooms, mud-room, five fireplaces, second floor library with wet bar and many additional urbane comforts.

Attention to detail is evident with none other than the finest of details such as Herringbone Oak floors, leaded glass pane doors, Calcutta d’Oro counters, marble bathrooms throughout, built-in speakers and sound system, Limestone flooring, detailed plaster ceiling molding and much more! The tranquil garden is a private oasis professionally landscaped with stone terrace, covered porch with mature trees, and dramatic outdoor lighting both front and back.  Additional highlights include a detached 2-car garage, parking for four extra cars, three private balconies, a spacious finished basement with oversized recreation/exercise room, potential nanny suite, spa bathroom and ample storage rooms.  Perfect for the family that wants it all!

List Price: $5,395,000

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