After undergoing a top-to-bottom makeover both inside and out, this Queen Village home is debuting its new look by hitting the market, asking just under $700,000.
The 1,650-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath home looks pretty much brand new, even from the exterior. The brick facade was transformed by moving the door from the center to the side. There is also a new cornice and corbels.
Behind the yellow front door, one finds a brand new staircase as the home’s centerpiece. A blocky wooden staircase was replaced with a custom floating steel staircase with pine treads.
Beyond the staircase on the first floor is the new kitchen, which replaced what was previously another living area with a fireplace. This transformation is all the more impressive knowing that the former kitchen used to be oddly located directly to the left of the front door, tucked away in a tiny galley room.
The master suite, with its impressive spa-like bathroom, takes up the entire third floor of the home. Even its private terrace underwent a bit of TLC.
Overall, the makeover really seems to have opened up the home, which looks pretty short and squat from the outside. Take a tour of the rest of the new-and-improved home below, which is asking $669,900.
- 332 Monroe Street [Leo Aksman, Plumer & Associates Inc.]