While Summerhill is one of our favourite Toronto neighbourhoods, we’re not too sure about 34 Shaftesbury Avenue.
Granted, its proximity to the subway station is fantastic and the dual parking spaces are hard to come by in this ‘hood – there’s just something unappealing about the broken up layout of this place that even the powers of staging can’t fix.
A much calmer, more serene room. We love those back doors, by the way.
Much easier on the eyes.
The unstaged photo makes the interior window so obvious. Definitely not a design choice we would make, but the extra light is likely a bonus.
We’re not fans of the blank, blue accent wall in this one – staging fail. Perhaps its the lighting??
Well… At least there’s lots of natural light in the space!
It’s been on the market for 3 weeks now at $1,895,000, which seems fair given the neighbourhood and the fact that it’s about 2,700 square feet. It might just be the time of year, but we’re betting that there will be a price drop in the near future (despite the stager’s best efforts).