The place: A recently renovated heritage property, originally built in 1884.
The history: Architect Ian MacDonald gave this Victorian a new interior design that lets in lots of light. Also, many of the old dividing walls are gone, so the ground floor has a modern flow.
Big selling point: The leafy outdoor dining terrace and huge angled bay window in the main dining room make for two great eating spaces, and the kitchen is equipped with dual Miele ovens and a giant centre island. It’s a perfect setup for home cooks (or, for wealthier buyers, maybe the perfect workspace for a paid personal chef).
To see more information and pictures please go to: http://torontolife.com/real-estate/houses/toronto-house-for-sale-48-boswell-avenue/
Source: Toronto Life, 10/7/2015