As Toronto's real estate market continues to adjust, one of the city's most famed homes has taken a substantial hit.
After four months on the market, an unsual abode at 118 Sorauren Avenue sold last week for $2,375,000. When the property last changed hands in November 2021, it fetched $2.8M. It was put back on the market just six months later, although the $2.85M price tag failed to attract a sale.
Coupled with "Sorauren 116," the properties appear from a distance as a single unit, their pitched roofs and triangular features melding together. Upon closer inspection, a distinct gap between the two Roncesvalles homes is revealed.
Billed as an "architectural masterpiece," 118 Sorauren Avenue combines industrial elements with modern flair - hardwood floors, exposed brick, wooden beams, and black steel accents can be found throughout. Despite its svelte appearance, the three-storey abode spans more than 2,000 sq. ft.
- Address: 118 Sorauren Avenue
- Bedrooms: 3+1
- Bathrooms: 4
- Size: 2,000-2,500 sq. ft
- Price: $2,375,000
- Listed by:Union Capital Realty
Thirty-foot cathedral ceilings and large industrial windows create an airy feel throughout the open-concept main level. The dining area flows effortlessly into the living room, which features a water vapour fireplace. The kitchen, with its panelled appliances, marble breakfast bar, and floating shelves, lies beyond, gazing onto the fenced-in backyard.
The second level houses two bedrooms -- one has a roomy built-in closet, while the other overlooks the front garden. The primary suite sprawls across the entirety of the third floor, with a glass catwalk connecting the sleeping area to the sun-soaked five-piece ensuite. It offers a plethora of closets and a private balcony, too.
Despite the recent price cut, 118 Sorauren Avenue maintains its position as one of the most striking homes on one Toronto's most sought-after streets.