The Place: A four-bedroom, four-bathroom newly renovated Yorvkille row house with some serious architectural cred.
The History: Built in 1984, the home was designed by Barton Myers, a prolific architect whose work includes the revamped Royal Conservatory of Music, Wolf House and Ivan Reitman’s production offices in Los Angeles. A 15-month renovation in 2013 by Batay Csorba Architects added a four-storey glass façade in the rear, a new kitchen, new bathrooms and an elevator.
Big Selling Point: The 960-square-foot master suite spans the entire length of the house. It has his and her walk-in closets, a rain-head shower that could easily fit two (or six, if it’s a party), a balcony in the bathroom and a 10-foot-wide row of floor-to-ceiling windows in the bedroom.
For more info: http://www.torontolife.com/informer/toronto-real-estate/2015/07/15/house-of-the-week-114-hazelton-avenue/
Source: Toronto Life, 7/15/2015