$1,199,900 for a historic Georgian-style home in the centre of the city
Address: 260 Sydenham Street
Neighbourhood: Old Noirth
Agent: Joan Ball, Sales Representative, Royal LePage Triland Realty, Brokerage
Prestigious Old North Georgian-style two-storey home designed by noted architect William Murray for John Lindsay in 1928.
This stucco home features portico entrance with fluted Corinthian columns, which are echoed on the living room fireplace, extra wide soffits, arched dormer and balcony posts with urn trim. A tremendously generous foyer welcomes you into a centre hall plan with inverted tray ceiling in both the living room and the dining room. There’s a main-floor sunroom, updated kitchen with butler’s pantry, private den with access to the rear yard and separate laundry porch. All windows have been replaced in keeping with the original design. An expansive backyard features several outdoor areas and features. There’s a partially finished basement and in-law suite potential. The property was designated as a Historic Place by the City of London in 1991.
Big Selling Point
Exceptionally presented, this home is a rare find in the heart of London, particularly given the sizeable rear yard.
By the Numbers
- Built in 1928
- 2,842 square feet
- 5 bedrooms
- 4 bathrooms
- 76- by 158-foot lot
- 1 attached garage
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