The brick build at 390 Brunswick Ave. is one of the first homes ever built in the Annex, but you would never tell judging by its modern interior. The old Victorian was completed in 1891 by architect E.J. Lennox and has since been meticulously renovated.
Standing three storeys high, this 3,600-square-foot home has six bedrooms and five bathrooms. It also comes with a wine cellar and lush backyard. This listing is currently on the market for $4.295 million, thanks in part to the transformative reno by architect Robert Moskovic.
The front door leads you into the bright foyer with high ceilings and staircase access.
There’s a large living room with an arch shaped window next to the foyer.
A brick wall stands out in this two-piece powder room.
Multiple windows draw light into the dining area.
The fully renovated kitchen is designed with sleek white cabinetry and a marble breakfast bar.
It shares the space with a casual dining area which boasts built-in shelving, a skylight and access to the backyard.
Right next to the kitchen is this cosy sunroom. There’s a nook for a desk, as well as bench seating.
The family room is located on the second level. It has floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and a fireplace in the corner.
A stain glass window adds a nice touch to the zen master bedroom.
A double floating vanity in the ensuite bathroom separates the glass shower and bathtub.
Another bedroom on this level is currently being used as a home office.
There are three additional bedrooms on the third level. This loft-styled bedroom has a set of double doors that opening out onto a balcony.
It also has a spiral staircase leading to this hangout area with a brick wall and skylight.
The upper bedrooms share this luxurious bathroom, complete with a skylight and soaker bathtub.
This cave-like spot is a great place to store wine.
The earthy backyard has an enclosed area for outdoor dining.
There’s a ton of greenery and space for additional seating.
390 Brunswick Ave. is listed with Jordan Grosman and Dorian Rodrigues of PSR Brokerage.