This detached, 2-1/2-storey house was built as a single-family home about 80 years ago, but the sellers rented out its upper floors.
This roughly 80-year-old house on a quiet, dead-end street falls into the former category with changes made to its décor, mechanics and layout.
This stacked 1,080-square-foot condominium townhouse in the trendy King West Village is memorable for its prime location and layout.
This 2½-storey house has two advantages over neighbouring properties: private parking and no attached neighbours.
This one-bedroom corner suite is sought after for its prime location in the popular King West Village
This three-bedroom, two-storey brick house just south of Dundas Street certainly fits the bill for a growing family with young children.
The West End's Junction neighbourhood has become a gold mine for cute, affordable houses in vibrant but often overlooked commercial areas.
This one-bedroom loft was a hot commodity with its convenient downtown address in Kensington Market and rare two-storey plan.
87 Durie St. Given that this bungalow is a good candidate for renovation, you wouldn't expect it to sell at a premium of $90,100.
This semi-detached Victorian sparked a bidding war, and finally sold for $146,000 more than the asking price.
This modernized 1,200-square-foot detached, two-storey house located in the Kingston Road-Woodbine Avenue area was a great deal.
Located in one of the oldest sections of the city, among the many Victorian homes, this two-storey, freehold townhouse in Cabbagetown is practically new!
This one-bedroom condominium located right downtown has a pleasing design scheme and showed like a model suite.
62 Lynngrove AveEven selling at $42,000 over the asking price, this 1-1/2-storey, brick bungalow was a relatively affordable entry to the upscale Kingsway area, where most houses are worth more than a million dollars.
145 Sorauren Ave.After being outbid on properties in the High Park and Roncesvalles areas, Julie Kinnear's client acquired this 2 1/2-storey, semi-detached house by offering $35,100 more than the asking price.
The Julie Kinnear Team is back in the Globe and Mail with the sale of a three rental property in Leslieville with a nice premium of $22,000.
230 King St. East, No. 412On the fourth floor of a stylish new condominium building, this 700-square-foot suite has everything from a downtown address in the hip Sherbourne and King neighbourhood to modern amenities and finishes!
245 Dalesford Rd., No. 514Julie Kinnear arranges a deal on a 990-square-foot unit located at 245 Dalesford Road.
957 St. Clarens Ave.Julie Kinnear is back with a great deal on this semi-detached home at 957 St. Clarens Ave. in the Globe and Mail...
230 King Street East #306The Julie Kinnear Team is back in the Globe and Mail again for a lovely condo at King and Sherbourne at 230 King Street East in the Globe and Mail. Thanks for all your support!
The Julie Kinnear Team is in The Globe & Mail again for the sale of a three story 90 year old brick home on Delaware Avenue near Dufferin Grove.
499 Willard Ave.The Julie Kinnear team arranged a great deal on this early 1920s beautiful house.
The Julie Kinnear Team is in The Globe & Mail again for the sale of a four-year-old home on Jackson Pl.
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For professionals, young couples or families looking for, this semi-detached, three-storey residence in Riverdale would fit the bill.
The 928-square-foot loft spans the length of the five-storey, 15-unit building, and its two bedrooms are at opposite ends.
The 800-square-foot home sold quickly, given its price and location in Bloor West Village near schools, shops, parks and public transit.
This former farmhouse appealed to viewers because of its traditional look and affordable price, according to agent Julie Kinnear.
Julie's in The Globe & Mail again for her sale of a refinished two storey semi at 39 Lola Road in Chaplin Estates.