209 Oakmount Road hit the market with Sotheby’s Nigel Eldenham with a list price of $999,000 – just 15% above it’s asking price in 2010. That’s mostly notable since the average price of real estate in Toronto increased around 15% just last year. That might make this property a rare deal in an otherwise heated market. At the very least it might be worth putting on your shortlist.
The original Douglas fir millwork throughout may be a pro or a con, depending on how much you can appreciate that…uh…old school look? A recently renovated kitchen that’s fully kitted, and large marble-tiled dining room make it a sweet place to have your friends over. The best part is the giant backyard, but with High Park just a few minutes away, you might never to use it. Onto the most important part, the photos.