Situated on South Riverdale’s most desirable street, this rare E.J. Lennox Edwardian home is a spectacular meeting of old and new. Original features and exposed brick accent the contemporary open floorplan and flow making this showstopping space adaptable to any lifestyle.
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Situated on South Riverdale’s most desirable street, this rare E.J. Lennox Edwardian home is a spectacular meeting of old and new. Original features and exposed brick accent the contemporary open floorplan and flow making this showstopping space adaptable to any lifestyle. Large windows and skylights fill the home with natural light and the open staircase leads to a spacious split bedroom plan with two bedrooms and a stunning bathroom that’s all brick and magic. Partly finished basement/rec room with ample storage and shower rough-in. Private fenced backyard made for entertaining and parking from the lane. Located in one of Toronto’s iconic neighbourhoods and literally steps to everything good.
Situated on a quiet street, 17 Tiverton Ave is part of the Riverdale Heritage Conservation District. While the property does not have Heritage designation, it benefits in being part of an area aimed at protecting and restoring heritage character and fabric. Tiverton Avenue features two semi-detached homes with capped dormers built by E.J. Lennox, one of Toronto’s most prominent architects, best known for Old City Hall and Casa Loma. The Lennox homes at 15 – 17 and 19 – 21 Tiverton Ave remain as examples of important Edwardian architecture in Toronto.
Original features include a number of doors, door knobs, stained glass transom window and solid double brick construction. Smart home features include Ring Doorbell, Nest Learning Thermostat and heated radiant floors in the bathroom. Updated mechanicals include the electrical system, furnace and air conditioner, and tankless water heater.
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