The place: A modern box with four bedrooms and five bathrooms, all set atop a 130-foot-long lot.
The history: The house was designed by Lorne Rose, an architecture firm known for a more traditional style of mini-mansion. The interior has 3,700 square feet of living space.
Big selling point: The lower-level recreation room, which comes with radiant floor heating, a wet bar (complete with a wine fridge and dishwasher), a gas fireplace, lots of open shelving and a walkout to the backyard, would make a great mancave/womancave/childcave.
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Source: Toronto Life, 1/20/2016