The house at 137 Alcorn Ave. has come a long way since it was first built in 1920. The two-storey home was originally designed by Toronto architect J.W. Siddall, who can be credited for designing the first Holy Blossom Temple and revamped St. Lawrence Market in 1901.
Now, the two bedroom and four bathroom home has been modernized while still retaining its traditional charm. It lives on a quiet cul-de-sac in Summerhill and is listed for $3.15 million.
Just off the entryway is the formal living room, where large windows brighten up the space and wooden beams add some dimension and character.
The area shares the space with an elegant dining room.
Doors from the dining area open to this enclosed patio.
The kitchen has a hidden fridge and integrated appliances, along with a small island.
Tucked in the corner is a cosy seating area.
Beside it, another set of double doors lead to the backyard where a wooden deck provides ample space for outdoor entertaining.
Marble walls make a statement in the powder room.
The family room and master bedrooms can be found upstairs.
Here’s a look at the spacious family room.
There’s also a nook for a home office with wall-to-wall windows.
The master bedroom has plenty of natural light:
Three sets of double doors open to a Juliet balcony off of the spacious master bedroom.
It also has an ensuite bathroom with a luxe walk-in shower.
A long hallway of closets provides a lot of room for storage space.
More living space is provided downstairs in the finished lower level, which has walk-out access to the backyard.
A third bedroom and bathroom can also be found downstairs.
The renovated home at 137 Alcorn Ave. is on the market with John Richard Fortney of Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd.