50 RAMBLEWOOD DR., TORONTO
ASKING PRICE $550,000
SELLING PRICE $615,500
PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $485,000 (2005)
TAXES $4,187 (2012)
DAYS ON THE MARKET 10
LISTING AGENT Heather Lemieux, Royal LePage Connect Realty
The Action: Many buyers believed this brick-and-stone house was drastically underpriced in the mid-$500,000s until they saw the old-fashioned finishings and extreme water damage inside. Yet, there was a busy agents open house and nearly 70 showings, which produced several bids on the offer date.
What They Got: In 1981, this centre-hall residence was built with a traditional four-bedroom plan. It was also built with an attached double garage, in-ground pool and shed on the fully fenced 65-by-108-foot lot.
Beyond the double-door entryway is a foyer with decorative wainscoting, a circular staircase and French doors to a den and a combined living and dining area with hardwood floors.
Across the rear is an eat-in kitchen and sunken family room with a wood-burning fireplace and patio door.
A walk-in closet and largest of four bathrooms with a whirlpool tub are highlights in the master suite upstairs.
The Agent’s Take: “The location is excellent in the Centennial/West Rouge area, which is the only area in the city of Toronto that’s surrounded on three sides by water and has no high-rises,” agent Heather Lemieux said. “We’ve got the waterfront trails and GO train on the Lakeshore line … and that street is mature and tree lined.”
Though this home was not renovated like others, which can fetch upward of $800,000, it had other benefits.
“There was a lot of interest in the property because of the prince point,” Ms. Lemieux added.
“The back was very nice because it was all kitchen and sunken family room.”
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