This 4-bedroom greystone at 1944 W. Farragut in the Bowmanville neighborhood of Lincoln Square has been on the market since May 2011.
The listing indicates it was formerly a two flat that was converted into a single family home.
The house has 3 fireplaces, crown molding and a box ceiling in the living and dining room.
Four of the six bedrooms are on the second level, with the remaining two in the lower level where there is also a recreation room.
The rear of the house has also been updated to have a wall of windows, which the listing indicates is from the basement to the second floor.
There are also $23,000 in custom window treatments included with the house.
It has an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a large island and stone counter tops.
The house is on a 125×29 lot, has a 2-car garage and 2 decks, including one on the roof of the house and one on the roof of the garage.
Originally listed in May 2011 for $1.349 million, it has been reduced $100,000 in that time.
It is currently the most expensive single family home on the market in the immediate neighborhood.
Can a single family home command this price in this neighborhood?
Mary Foley at Conlon has the listing. See the pictures here.
You can also see a video presentation here.
1944 W. Farragut: 6 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, 4500 square feet, 2 car garage
- Sold in March 1995 for $168,000
- Sold in December 2001 for $417,000
- Originally listed in May 2011 for $1.349 million
- Currently listed at $1.249 million
- Taxes of $9800
- Central Air
- 3 fireplaces
- Bedroom #1: 14×23 (second floor)
- Bedroom #2: 11×13 (second floor)
- Bedroom #3: 13×13 (second floor)
- Bedroom #4: 9×7 (second floor)
- Bedroom #5: 13×13 (lower level)
- Bedroom #6: 12×11 (lower level)
- Family room: 23×15 (main level)
- Recreation room: 21×23 (lower level)