508 Delaware, Toronto

The SAGE Agent Listings Featured on Toronto Life in 2017

2017 proved to be a strong year for SAGE Agents – and Toronto Life seems to agree. Our team was featured in 11 Toronto Life posts in 2017.

Congratulations to our agents who got that Toronto Life love – great work!

Here are the SAGE-repped listings in 2017 on Toronto Life:

House of the Week Features

1. The sweet $1.25-million renovated, detached home with an open floor plan and enclosed basement

This Listing also made it on the Toronto Life “Most Popular Houses of the Week in 2017”!
The Agent: 
Alice Kent
The Home: An older home with a modern floor plan, unique with a coveted 2-car garage and a self-contained unit, perfect for renting.

12 Manchester Toronto

12 Manchester Avenue, Toronto

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2. The $1.39-million Beaches home with 30 foot ceilings

The Agents: Aleks and Amir
The Home: Tasteful designer finishes combined with the exposed brick and modern details makes this home “show home” status worthy.

44 Rainsford Road Toronto

44 Rainsford Road, Toronto

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3. The $1.6-million Wychwood pad with some serious design cred

The Agents: Alex Brott & Heather Hadden of Brott Hadden
The Home: Originally built in 1923 as a storefront, the home evolved into a triplex…then a duplex…before becoming the single-family home it is today. Owned by Drage General Store co-founder Carlo Colacci and his wife Laura sources unique furniture pieces for the Drake Hotel, which explains the distinct and immaculate décor.

508 Delaware, Toronto

508 Delaware Avenue, Toronto

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4. The $800,000 super-skinny row house in Corktown

This Listing also made it on the Toronto Life “Most Popular Houses of the Week in 2017”!
The Agents:
Alex Brott & Heather Hadden of Brott Hadden
The Home: The history! One of Toronto’s few residential laneways, the home is called the “Republic of Percy” and has a very tight-knit community. Full of exposed joists, beams and bricks, giving it bounds of that old-charm character.

8 Percy Street, Toronto

8 Percy Street, Toronto

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5. The $1.2-million compact home with a refinished interior in Wallace-Emerson

The Agents: The BREL Team
The Home: The amazing remodelling of a 1900’s build. The combination of the old bones with design with today’s lifestyle in mind makes for a stunning space with an interesting mix of the old and new (check out the master bathroom).

25 Hallam Street, Toronto

25 Hallam Street, Toronto

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Sale of the Week Features

1. The $1.7-million ex-bungalow that shows the economics of flipping a house on Bloor West

This Listing also made it on the Toronto Life “Most Popular Sales of the Week in 2017”! 
The Agents:
 Pavlena Brown and Kathy Essery
The Home: This bungalow-turned 5 bedroom home sold in 7 days for over $450k over asking.

878 Windermere Avenue Toronto

878 Windermere Avenue, Toronto

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2. The Junction semi that sold for $550,000 over asking

This Listing also made it on the Toronto Life “Most Popular Sales of the Week in 2017”! 
The Agents:
 Pavlena Brown and Kathy Essery
The Home: The result of multiple extensions, this 2,000 sqft gorgeous semi in The Junction only lasted 7 days on the MLS and had 19 offers.

432 Indiana Grove, Toronto

423 Indian Grove, Toronto

Src: Pavlena Brown and Kathy Essery 

3. The $1.45-million Victorian with cotemporary upgrades and exposed brick

The Agents: Pavlena Brown and Kathy Essery
The Home: 120 years old, a large, open living space with exposed brick and a completely finished basement perfectly suited for a growing family.

50 Gwynne Avenue, Toronto

50 Gwynne Avenue, Toronto

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4. The $1.3-million West End triplex that shows how renovations can pay off

The Agents: Pavlena Brown and Kathy Essery
The Home: Previously divided into three apartments, the sellers invested in renovating the space back into a unified living space, resulting in a significant increase in value after only a few years.

81 Sheridan Avenue Toronto

81 Sheridan Avenue Toronto

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Condo of the Week Features

1. The $400,000 condo that offered more space and design for the price tag

The Agent: Kori Marin of Fox Marin
The Home: The price of $400,000 would normally be unheard of for the space, the upgrades and the neighborhood – made possible because of the unique ownership structure of the building.

2603 Bathurst Street Unit 407

2603 Bathurst Street Unit 407

Src: www.foxmarin.ca

2. The $5-million, you-won’t-believe-it’s a condo in the heart of Yorkville

The Agents: Alex Brott & Heather Hadden of Brott Hadden
The Home: The wide layout gives this condo the feel of a single family. One of the most exclusive addresses in Yorkville, rumour has it that Mark Whalburg was one of the first buyers in this luxury building.

36 Hazelton, Toronto

36 Hazelton, Toronto

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