This magnificent heritage home is one of Toronto’s most prestigious addresses.
It was built in 1901 with traditional red brick, stone, and wood detailing. The details maintain the striking Queen Anne Revival styling done by the prolific Toronto architect C. J. Gibson. It was thoughtfully restored from 2017-2021. The home rests on a 43-by-106-foot corner property.
“It is a rare offering in Toronto’s Historic Yorkville,” says listing agent Jay Egan of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Toronto Realty. “Very seldom do properties of this size — that are completely renovated/restored — become available. The king of Lowther is one of the finest examples of Heritage revitalization in the city.”
The Victorian exterior and remodeled interior are up to today’s standards. “Shumacher designs intentionally designed the interior to reflect its heritage with a seamless, well-thought-out modern décor,” says Egan.
Features include 6,800-plus square feet, six bedrooms, seven baths, two kitchens, a media room, and a nanny suite.
The home also includes a glass wine cellar, gas fireplaces, spa-style baths and a private patio with built-in grill.
The home is listed for $12.995 million and is perfect for “a family looking for a magnificent and rare downtown estate in the heart of the most sought-after locations in Toronto,” says Egan.
For more information contact, Jay Egan, 416.504.6133, firstname.lastname@example.org, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Toronto Realty
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