Home of the Week: $4.25 million for a restored home with a massive backyard deck in Rosedale

Located on one of the most desirable streets in Rosedale, 61 Roxborough Dr. has been listed for $4.249 million. The house is a rare find and hasn’t been on the market since 1976. Its owners have maintained it well over the years, with a wooden design giving it a more traditional feel.

This family home has been elegantly renovated and restored. It comes with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a finished lower level. Plus, it’s nestled in greenery and backs onto a ravine.

A solid oak front door leads into the foyer, which is designed with French tile and gumwood wainscotting. You can find a custom designed stain glass window alongside the staircase.

Marble detailing on the fireplace stands out in the living room.

Original hardwood floors span throughout the first level. Bay windows in the dining room overlook the rear garden.

Three antique pendant lights hang over the kitchen island. The space is eclectically designed with a tin ceiling, exposed brick backsplash and new appliances.


It shares the space with a sunroom, which provides more space for casual dining.

The sunroom leads to a massive upper patio. It’s built with Ipe wood and bordered by a high glass railing.

A cathedral ceiling and skylight dramatically opens up the master bedroom.

The seven-piece ensuite bathroom is uniquely designed with a gridded pattern. It comes with a soaker tub, walk-in shower and double sinks.

There’s more living space in the lower level. The recreation room has floor-to-ceiling bay windows, exposed brick and a wood fireplace.

Sliding doors provide access to the rear garden, which has a stone pathway and gated access.

61 Roxborough Dr. is listed with James Strathy Warren and Christopher Killam of Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited.

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