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A Rare Offering In Casa Loma | 67 Lyndhurst Avenue

Posted by on February 7, 2018
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Built in Casa Loma in 1929, this beautiful centre hall home represents the best of this charming neighbourhood. Set in a treasured, treed enclave, it is just minutes to the subway and downtown. Much of the character of the home has been beautifully preserved, and there is a 4-storey addition with an elevator that was added in 1993.
There is double door entry with leaded glass. The living room offers a spacious room to enjoy time with guests, while the dining room is perfect for entertaining formal dinner parties. There is also a beautiful library with beveled French doors, custom shelving and a picture window that allows for natural light. There is a main floor room overlooking the garden.

The second floor features the master bedroom with a walk-in closet / dressing room and a 5-piece ensuite bathroom with an adjoining Ante-Room. It also has a kitchenette as well and has elevator access. It could be used as a self-contained suite.

The second floor also has two other bedrooms. One of the bedrooms has triple closets, a dressing room and a 3-piece ensuite bathroom. The third bedroom has a double closet, plus a tandem room. There is also a 5-piece bathroom on the second floor as well.
The third floor of the home has elevator access and could be a self-contained suite. It has a living room, dining room and family room. The master bedroom has a 3-piece ensuite, dressing room and a walk-in closet. There is also another bedroom with a 4-piece ensuite.
The basement of the home offers a recreation room with a fireplace, office area and wet bar. There is also a craft room, laundry room and a 2-piece bathroom.
This impressive and rare offering is perfect for families, and families who require extra space for in-laws or a nanny. With its original detailing and five fireplaces, this majestic 15-room home is a perfect opportunity.
This home is currently listed at $3,395,000. For more information on this property, please contact Betsy MacDonald.
Source: Chestnut Park Blog