O riginally built in 1922 as a Cardinal’s residence, this stone masterpiece is 8,600 square feet (+ 2,700 in lower level) of pure luxury. 15 Oakley Place is a show-stopping and contemporary home artfully curated by Julie Charbonneau Design. Recently undergoing a multi-million-dollar renovation, this castle-like property was taken from beautiful to exquisite.
This prestigious North Toronto neighbourhood is a hidden gem located in a quiet residential cul-de-sac of gracious homes and soaring trees. With easy access to highways, this property is readily accessible without the congestion of being in the heart of downtown. Featuring 0.85 acres with stone patios and an incredible covered dining terrace overlooking the 40-foot-long inground pool, this home is completely turnkey.
Christian Vermast, Paul Maranger and Liz Johnston, the real estate agents selling this spectacular home, explained that the greatest hidden gem is the beautifully finished triple garage with cabinetry and epoxy coated floor. In addition, above the garage holds a strikingly designed home office and boardroom, which could very well be deemed as one of the nicest home offices in Toronto.
Another favourite feature of this home is the mechanical room, where you are able to see the quality of workmanship behind the drywall. Much like a ship, all systems such as plumbing and electrical lines are exposed, instantly presenting that no expense was spared while renovating this home.
“The first reaction both of us had when we walked through this stunning home was a combination of awe, excitement and wonder. The look of the gorgeous and historic exterior continues as you enter the home and is mixed with modern personality and finishes.” - Liz Johnston, Paul Maranger & Christian Vermast, Real Estate Agents
Employing a multi-faceted campaign to target both local and international buyers, Paul, Christian & Liz are advertising on various social channels, targeted on-line ads, video marketing, and a suite of digital media. With a powerful marketing plan in place, they are looking for a buyer who will appreciate the true perfection of this home.
Jason Stacey is the Managing Editor for Luxury Listed and forever on the lookout for a story worth reading.