The place: A four-bedroom home on a street with only ten houses, all of which share a view of the northwestern edge of High Park.
The history: The home, like most of the others on the tiny street, is in the Arts and Crafts style. The homeowner, Norma Gigone of Norma G Designs, did the interior design with Nick Alcaro of Total Home Décor. Among the updates: a laundry room in what used to be a ground-floor closet and a wine cellar in the basement. The kitchen was redone in 2008.
Big selling point: The backyard, which looks a little like a fancy rooftop lounge at a King Street restaurant, is the work of yet another designer: Charles Gane, a principal at Core Architects. It has an eight-seat dining table, a four-seat bar, a fireplace, a barbecue, a stainless steel sink—and, oh yeah, a television.
For more information and pictures please go to: http://torontolife.com/real-estate/houses/toronto-house-for-sale-16-wendigo-way/
Source: Toronto Life, 11/4/2015