(All photos courtesy of Marco Chiappetta via Sotheby’s International Realty Canada)
Over the years we've seen some interesting properties here at Storeys. From a seductive loft to a lavish boathouse, there's no shortage of quirky Toronto listings. The latest is none other than 1 Bond Ave.
The funky property, which was designed by architect Zak Ghanim in the late 90s, went on the market in September. Like most homes, 1 Bond Ave. has changed over the years, going from deep blue and yellow hues to softer shades of blue and white.
Built within the traditional suburban layout in Don Mills, the property definitely stands out, but it doesn't stand alone. A sister site sits just next door. Despite being slightly smaller, 3 Bond Ave is equally an attraction.
With its Disneyland vibes, this house is begging for a new owner that is just as fun and creative as it is.
Take a look inside...