It’s the cheapest detached house in Toronto right now

Of all the single-detached homes still under $1 million in Toronto, this one isn’t half bad. Yes, praise.

And while it was technically listed at over $1 million last year, they have since decided to lower the price to $899,000.

And for that price, this four-bedroom, three-bathroom home has plenty going for it.

The kitchen.

First of all, the kitchen is brand new. The gleaming marble floors, brand new stainless steel appliances and subway tile backsplash are a welcome change from the usual dated kitchens you see in these homes.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

One of the recently renovated bathrooms.

The bathrooms have also been recently refurbished and there is new laminate flooring on the upper floors.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The living room.

The ground floor is fairly standard with the living room leading to the dining room and then to the kitchen.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

Room.

It is certainly not the largest of houses. Bedrooms and main rooms are rather small.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

A den.

But there is room – there is a small den at the front of the house.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The fourth bedroom.

And the fourth bedroom on the ground floor with an attached bathroom and an exit to the backyard could easily be converted into an office as they did in the staging.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The loft space.

There is also a loft or really an attic that you can probably stand in which would be a great playroom for the kids.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The basement.

The only sketchy part of the house is the basement.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The kitchen in the basement.

It’s a collage of beige tiles with a small kitchen that looks like a fire hazard if we’re being honest.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The bathroom in the basement with exposed pipes.

And the listing clearly states that the sellers “do not guarantee basement renovation status”…so uh…be careful of that.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The master bedroom.

The house is well located, especially when the Crosstown LRT is operational.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

A view from the back of the house.

There’s plenty of outdoor space too, although it’s completely bricked in, so if you want a lawn you’ve got some work to do.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The deck with a ramp makes the house accessible.

There is also a large patio.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The detached garage.

The house also has a detached garage, which, for times like this week when Toronto saw 55 centimeters, makes not having to brush your car or climb out of a snowdrift a luxury.

1965 Keele Street Toronto

The dining room.

So with all of that in mind, this house definitely won’t last long.

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