While many homes in Toronto are described as “unique,” they have nothing on this converted 1,000-square-foot auto repair shop in Toronto’s Woodbine Corridor that just hit the market for 1,199. $ 000.
The building was built almost 100 years ago and originally served as a neighborhood auto repair shop before a later owner took over with major renovation projects in mind.
The end result is nothing short of amazing, and in place of the old building is now a masterfully converted industrial-chic bungalow that is a rare find in the city.
You will find a bright and welcoming space where future owners can relax after a long day, especially in the spacious 50-foot landscaped backyard where ambient lighting and built-in gas fireplace create a relaxing ambience.
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Comprised of 1,027 square feet of living space, the one bedroom and one bath home is in keeping with the existing raw style, where rustic finishes like an incredible custom metal barn door, ceilings 12 foot tall with a skylight and steel beams create an industrial vibe that always feels right at home.
Despite the openness of the house, comfortable living spaces have been created throughout, including the living room with a two-sided fireplace visible in the bedroom.
The open concept kitchen that overlooks the backyard features sleek wood cabinetry, further adding to the industrial feel of the space, while the dining area is located nearby.
- Address: 150 wild wood crescent
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms : 1
- Car park: Included in the adjoining garage
- Cut: 1,027.76 sq. Ft.
- Lot size: 50.00 x 108 feet
- Price: $ 1,199,000
- Taxes: $ 5,259 / year
- Listed By: Re / max Hallmark Realty Ltd., Brokerage
After a long day, future owners can retire to their rooms and relax in the spacious double-sided bathtub.
But don’t worry about getting cold during cold Toronto winters, as the home remains cozy and warm thanks to the heated concrete floors.
Of course, no old auto repair shop is complete without a garage, which is hidden behind the house’s interior sliding metal barn door.
From its open plan floor plan to its private backyard oasis, the 150 Wildwood Crescent will be a special buy for anyone lucky enough to catch it. If you want to make this rare gem your own, you can visit the house below.
When Ainsley isn’t writing about real estate, local developments, and the beautiful homes she would have liked to live in, you can usually find her exploring Toronto, cooking, exercising at home, or hanging out with her cat, Jerry Seinfeld.
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