62 Woodlawn

Home of the Week: A Summerhill estate with a two-storey coach house for just under $8 million

A $7.995 million mansion is up for grabs at 62 Woodlawn Ave. W. in Summerhill. Designed by architect Peter Kellner, the 9,500-square-foot property exudes luxury from the indoor pool to the elevator. Not only does 62 Woodlawn Ave. have six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, but there’s also a two-storey coach house on the grounds.

The entire main floor has 10-foot ceilings, including the foyer.

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Built-in shelving units take over an entire wall in the music room.

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The formal living room is classic and elegant, with a fireplace as the focal point.

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The dining room is right next to it, and has more than enough space to fit a table for twelve.

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The family room comes with built-in bookshelves and another fireplace.

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Natural light floods the kitchen thanks to the room’s bay windows and patio walk-out.

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The large kitchen island provides lots of counter space and room for barstool seating.

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The informal dining space, or breakfast nook is illuminated by the floor-to-ceiling windows and skylight.

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One of the bedrooms is currently done up as a nursery.

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This additional seating area could also work as a home theatre.

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The master bedroom is illuminated by pot lighting and several windows.

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The five-piece en suite connects the master to another sitting area.

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Plus, the mansion has its own indoor pool, which also has plenty of space for surrounding furniture.

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Nestled in greenery at the rear of the property is the coach house.

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The curved glass windows add a ton of light and character inside and out.

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There are also a number of gardens around the property.

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62 Woodlawn Ave. W. is currently listed with Maggie Lind of Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited.