From the brick-clad exterior to the third level primary suite and everything in between, the Victorian home at 2 Laurier Ave. is a stunner.
This designated heritage property was built back in 1889. The current owners initially bought the 2,768 square foot home for just over $1 million. In 2020, they invested nearly $1.7 million into rebuilding the home with endless luxuries. All their work has earned this four-level town home a listing price of $3.099 million.
This home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and one parking spot. It lives in a quiet pocket of the Cabbagetown neighbourhood and within walking distance to the subway.
A floral wallpaper and patterned floor tile make for a playful entryway.
A stain glass window brings a pop of colour to the dining room. This home was designed with replicated period trim and white oak flooring.
Wainscotting is another design element you’ll notice throughout the main level, including the staircase.
Gold embellishments and marble countertops give the kitchen an opulent feel. The two-tone cabinetry is also an elegant design choice.
The living room is defined with a coffered ceiling, fireplace and built-in shelving. A gridded glass door provides access to the backyard.
A set of steps bring you down to the finished patio, complete with hanging lights to set the vibe at night.
The third level is dedicated to the primary bedroom. It features a fireplace and private balcony.
No need to fight over bathroom time with your spouse. The luxe ensuite comes with a double shower and double sinks.
There’s also plenty of closet space.
On the second level, there are three more bedrooms.
This one has its own balcony.
A brick wall adds some character to the finished lower level. The stylish recreation room features pot lighting and bar area.
2 Laurier Ave. is listed with Lirad Kligman and Svetlana Kligman of Forest Hill Real Estate Inc.