Rosedale Georgian home covered in custom walnut millwork fetches $4 million


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House of the Week – $4 million for a Rosedale Georgian with custom walnut millwork

The 2,300 square foot property comes with cathedral ceilings and heated floors. It also has automated lights, a backyard sanctuary, and cathedral ceilings.

Neighbourhood: Rosedale
Price: $4,049,000
Size:2,318 square feet
Bedrooms: 3+1
Bathrooms: 4
Parking spaces: 1
Real estate agent: Rick Ostroff

The place 

A detached house with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, located in Rosedale across from Ramsden Park. The house has cathedral ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass, custom walnut cabinets and automated lights. It also comes with an integrated sound system. It’s within walking distance of both Yorkville and the shops in Summerhill. Bayview and DVP are within easy driving distance for motorists. 

The History

The owners of the brownstone-inspired house purchased it in 2006. They have renovated it several time over the years while keeping the exterior and bones relatively intact. In 2022, the owners added heated floors and custom millwork to this brownstone-inspired home.

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The tour

The house is the largest in a dead-end road. 

The Victorian sits directly across the street from Ramsden Park.

The foyer has a star-patterned mosaic floor, and there’s a powder room hidden in the wall on the right. 

That's a powder room on the right, not a closet.

Here’s that powder room, with moody decor, completed as part of the 2022 renovation. 

The powder has moody vibes for days.

The new walnut wardrobe is revealed when you move into the open concept space.

The fornt hall closet is walnut.

The living room features cathedral ceilings, floor-to–ceiling windows, and a large open concept. The fireplace is the original, but it was converted to gas from wood a long time back.

Cathedral ceilings and central fireplace define the living area.

Another angle of the space shows more walnut millwork that adds warmth and texture to the contemporary decor. The floors are heated.

The floors here are heated.

The dining area is located down the hall. Note the floating buffet and floor-to-ceiling windows.

More custom millwork in the dining room.

The kitchen is next door, with quartz counters and a backsplash. 

The counters and backsplash in the kitchen are quartz.

Even the Sub-Zero refrigerator is panelled with walnut.

Even the fridges are lined in beautiful walnut.

The kitchen cabinets with under-mount lighting. 

Here’s a view of the living area from the second-floor landing. 

Another view of the living area from the second-floor landing.

The main bedroom is equipped with built-in closets, night tables and dressers. The Juliet balcony overlooks Ramsden Park. 

That Juliet balcony overlooks Ramsden Park.

This former bedroom, with its ribbed panelling, was converted into a home office and den. It also features a floating media system. 

The feature wall in the office is is made from ribbed panels.

Another view of a built-in office desk. 

The moody office.

The basement is finished with a fireplace and includes a bathroom, bedroom and a bathroom (the latter two are not shown).

The basement is finished and has another fireplace.

Outside, the backyard faces south and is filled with natural light. It also features a pergola covered deck, a patio made of interlocking stone and manicured garden. 

In the backyard: a pergola covered deck, an interlocking stone patio and greenery.

One last view of the back of the house. 

One final view of the rear of the home.

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