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Some standout Toronto residences sold in 2013

281 Mutual St., unit 2801 in the Radio City towers – the condos near Jarvis and Carlton Streets – has a rich history. Beyond being a part of the rebuild of Toronto’s old CBC Radio studios, it was also home to one of Canada’s most famous publicists, Gino Empry. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

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21 Boswell Ave., Toronto. This Yorkville home designed by Lynn Appleby has hosted parties for 45 - with an orchestra in the loft. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

Tomasz Majchercyk

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28 Country Lane, Toronto. You can have your pool and eat in it too at the Windfields Estate home. The owners commissioned the home complete with a pool shallow enough at one end that they could put a table in the water and eat their lunch while soaking their feet. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

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1575 Dundas St. W., Toronto. An architect and an artist/filmmaker, spent about a year renovating this former metal fabricating workshop to fit their live/work needs. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

Naomi Finlay

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267 Indian Rd., Toronto. Photgraphs of the inglenook at this classic Eden Smith-designed home now grace the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

Steven Evans

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16 Vesta Dr., Toronto. Builder Sina Sadedin says he was obsessed with detail when building this Forest Hill home, but that detail defines luxury. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

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61 Astley Ave., Toronto. The Toronto home of Stephan Moccio who helped pen the mega-hit Wrecking Ball for Miley Cyrus. Mr. Moccio is moving to LA. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

Mitch Fain

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25 Rathnelly Ave., Toronto. The former owner of this renovated home in the so-called Republic of Rathnelly went on to become dean of architecture at the University of Waterloo. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

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240 Sterling Rd., Toronto. The home of artist Kent Monkman, this urban oasis has a lush roof garden as its crowning glory. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

Tomasz Majcherczyk

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2 Wellesley Place. Built in1899 for an owner of Toronto’s first knitting mill this home near Jarvis and Wellesley is one of the few grand old Toronto mansions left. SEE THE ASKING PRICE HERE

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