A semi-detached Victorian located in one of the city’s designated heritage conservation districts has hit the market in Toronto. The address 76 Willcocks St. was built in 1880 in Harbord Village and still retains much of its historical charm after the owners invested a casual $400,000 into modern upgrades.
There are three bedrooms and three bathrooms inside this three-storey build. With 2,500 square feet of living space, this chic period home has earned a listing price of $2.595 million.
Step into the foyer where you’ll find the home’s original staircase and preserved trim work throughout.
An original 19th century cast iron fireplace stands out inside the living room, with bay windows brightening up the space.
This open concept room is combined with the formal dining area.
There’s a powder room with marble flooring on this level.
The elegantly designed kitchen features custom cabinets and marble countertops. It comes equipped with Miele appliances and floor-to-ceiling windows leading to the intimate garden terrace.
The brick outdoor patio makes for a low maintenance backyard garden.
Two bedrooms are located on the home’s second level. This one has bay windows and pot lighting.
There’s space for a desk next to the window in this bedroom.
These bedrooms share a five-piece bathroom, which is designed with a double vanity and freestanding bathtub.
The entire third level is dedicated to the master bedroom. It’s large enough to fit a king size bed and opens to a private terrace.
This 175-square-foot terrace has a north exposure and lots of room for comfy lounge furniture.
Here is a look at the master ensuite:
Dual skylights add a dramatic effect to the oversized walk-in marble shower.
The bedroom also comes with a custom designed wall-to-wall closet.
There is also room for a fourth bedroom downstairs.
76 Willcocks St. is listed with Brittany Poole and Erin Ashby of Chestnut Park Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage.