A mid century gem, 1960, is waiting for your mindful upgrades where many original features are still intact-this 5 level 5 bedroom home is one of a kind, architecturally designed for a perfect balance between form & function. The low slung roofline, possibly the most defining feature of MCM, conveys a clear message of retro charm along with eye catching accents of texture with granite stone exterior & interior. Located in the walkable (and historic) residential neighbourhood of Mount Pleasant, the house appears perched above the beautiful historical Public Gardens and only a stroll into the city’s 2200 acre Rockwood Park where extensive trail system, golf course, lakes, caves & hills makes it very easy to enjoy the great outdoors years round. Striking layout with vaulted ceilings, clerestory windows & light hardwood floors reflects the clean lines seen throughout all principal rooms with gorgeous views. 3 wood burning fireplaces found in great room, home office & recreation room speak of the casual, comfortable lifestyle the era projected.With 4 generous bedrooms, each with their own personality; a pink sink vanity, a secret closet in the wall of closets, the principal suite with original tile bathroom period exquisite! All other bathroom tile & fixtures stunning with almost translucent sinks are a piece of artwork. Lower walk out level can provide a guest suite; walk out to stone patio and up to greenhouse 20×13 for the gardener in the family. Second building lot included – keep for yourself or sell!
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