Relisted in September with The Julie Kinnear Team at a reduced price and a revamped interior appearance, this home got an offer within one week.
This two-storey house with a garage has unusual quirks, but buyers weren't dissuaded. It sold before the agent's open house early June.
There were other multiple-unit houses in the neighbourhood, but they were more residential. This was slightly different because the zoning was different,
The non- typical attributes of this 2-storey duplex had visitors fawning over the building, including one who handed in a solid pre-emptive offer over $1M.
At the north end of the Annex, near the Tarragon Theatre, one of the only properties summer shoppers could tour was this detached residence across from Cawthra Playground.
It was really well priced because it’s on a busier street, but comparable houses were not detached – usually they were semi-detached – and not as renovated.
When opening day arrived, there were about 40 showings and three pre-emptive offers.
Mid-April, a house hunter attempted to buy this semi-detached, three-storey Victorian before the open house, but their pre-emptive offer was quickly challenged and defeated by several other bidders.
The appetite for Roncesvalles Village residences is high, especially for original Victorians, so nearly 100 buyers booked private showings or attended the open house for this 2-1/2-storey house near Sorauren Park.
This two-bedroom-plus-den suite was largely courted by buyers downsizing from homes in Rosedale, Summerhill and the Annex.
When a “Coming Soon” popped up on the lawn of this three-storey house. one of the first visitors made a $302,000 over-asking bid to secure it.
Rentals properties with basement suites are very popular. So having two apartments on the main and second floor would be super easy to rent out.
This semi-detached house drew two competing bids by the end of its first day on the market.
The Bentley condominiums total 84 units, but just one was on the market this fall, this one-bedroom-plus-den suite. Only nine visitors completed tours before the sellers were presented with two competing offers.
Along the north side of Sorauren Park, Sorauren Lofts has roughly half a dozen loft ownership opportunities annually.
Located a block from Fairfield Park, this custom home was one of only a few properties available in the area, so potential buyers were quick to schedule private showings.
When opening day did arrive there were about 40 showings and three pre-emptive offers.
Buyers hoping to live in Roncesvalles closely watch for available properties, such ast this updated, 2-storey row house.
In April, the real estate scene in Davisville Village was quite varied with some sellers accepting bully offers and others waiting for any bids at all.
There was hardly time for showings of this semi-detached house and an even shorter period for those visitors to make offers to match or outdo one buyer’s bully offer.
Roncesvalles is a popular community where many new homeowners paid large premiums in intense bidding wars last year, including the new owners of this two-storey residence at the end of a trio of brick homes.
Late last year, midtown residences were snapped up almost as soon as they hit the market. Such was the case with this four-bedroom house with a parking pad.
A house in Toronto at this price is a rare find. The property is on the small side, meaning some buyers may view it as a condo alternative.
With a high number of buyers circling available homes in East York last fall, about 30 potential buyers gravitated toward this more than century-old residence.
This semi-detached Victorian was among few with modern modifications, so it banked a healthy number of showings and multiple offers.
The popularity of the Leaside community often translates into quick sales, and this home was no exception. Two buyers fought for this custom-built residence after a few days of market exposure before Thanksgiving weekend.
A small number of units were up for sale at Bayview Place in Willowdale, but the sellers of this three-bedroom suite only had to open their door to 20 buyers to find one who negotiated an offer.
Within a 15-minute walk of schools, subway, services and Kingsway shops, this contemporary, custom-built residence gathered four offers at various times, but one deal finally stuck for $1.48-million.
In the Swansea community west of High Park, this detached residence was a popular spot with large crowds attending the open houses and arranging private showings this spring. The foyer’s heated slate floors warmed the feet – and hearts – of many buyers, including several who registered offers and one who added $152,000 to the list price.
Just a short stroll south of a subway station, shops and restaurants on Bloor Street, this brick Tudor residence was jammed with buyers, including 150 guests during the weekend open house.The last day of March, three offers were presented to the seller, who chose one $86,660 over the $869,900 list price.
As one of the only church conversions in High Park, Abbey Lofts had just a handful of units for sale in the past few years. So this two-bedroom-plus-den corner unit had an offer on day one and was purchased by the second day in early February.
Our Fabulous listing at 55 Stewart #501 was featured as the Globe and Mail's - "House of the Week!" Full 3/4 page spread in their Friday Real Estate Section!
Bidding wars are a common phenomenon to acquire houses near High Park, where this detached, 21/2-storey house was subject to 60 showings before a handful of visitors drafted competing offers.
Just a few minutes away from Casa Loma and Dupont station, Madison Avenue Lofts offered buyers a variety of hard and soft lofts for sale. Some units need a great deal of time to find the right buyer, but this one-bedroom-plus-den suite scored two offers simultaneously.
Nearly three dozen buyers scheduled private showings for this three-storey residence just a block east of High Park, while several dropped by public open houses. Like other properties nearby, this one sold in a fierce bidding war between two buyers.
This detached home is more architecturally modern than the majority of residences in Bloor West Village, yet it welcomed a steady flow of traffic and a solid deal within weeks of listing.
Near the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Lawrence Park, this detached bungalow received a solid offer the second time on the market under the direction of a different agent – Julie Kinnear – who staged the interiors and adjusted the price to under $1.9-million.
A family room addition with a walkout to a deck, flagstone patio and gated garden increased interior living space to 2,130 square feet, including the open dining space and living room with a wood-burning fireplace.
In an area of St. James Town undergoing revitalization, a two-year-old condominium community offered several units for sale late this summer, including some sold by the builder and others by residents.