Property #2 | Francis
Address: Mississauga ON Canada
Bedrooms: 5 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 7 Bath
Garage: 2 car garage
Pets Allowed: Yes
The house was built in 1938 as the home of W.M. Magwood, one of the first mayors of the York region (later to be annexed into Toronto). The area dates back to the 1600s, when the Seneca tribe lived here in a village known as Teiaiagon, near the Humber River. It’s now one of the city’s most charming little pockets.
The Baby Point Club provides a focal point that helps make life in the Baby Point area what some describe as like living in a small village in the heart of the city. Unlike most community clubs, the Baby Point Club is private, owned by its members and pays taxes on the Club’s property. The Club’s tennis courts, lawn bowling greens and clubhouse signal that this is a unique neighbourhood. It says that this is a distinct community, where people live and play together. That’s just what the Club is – and does. “It acts as a catalyst to bring people together.”
The home’s great appeal comes from the way it is nestled into its hillside setting. An old stone wall and a majestic tree add to the beauty at the front. At the rear, the architect tried to have as little impact as possible on the ravine, which slopes down to Humber River parkland below. A stone terrace sits on the edge of the precipice. “With that view over the Humber River, facing the setting sun, there are just not very many properties like this,” – Peter Higgins, Architect
The living room features hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace, beautiful chandeliers, and French doors to the formal dining room. Furnished with a spacious couch and 2 wing chairs.
The dining room features dark & rich hardwood floors, gas fireplace, and a vista to the yard/ravine. The beautiful wooden table rests underneath a chandelier and provides seating for 8.
Equipped with a custom terrazzo counter/backsplash, hardwood floors, butcher block counter, stool seating for 2, stainless steel high-end appliances, breakfast bar, prep sink and laundry shoot access.
Features an open concept sunken room, slate floor, beamed ceiling, French door walk-out to yard and patio as well as a vista to the yard/ravine. Furnished with a wooden table with seating for 6.
Furnished with 2 spacious couches and a club chair with an ottoman. This lovely room boasts a built-in bookcase, hardwood floor and a wood burning fireplace.
With an original working ceramic fireplace, a servant delivery passage for dining, and hardwood floors.
Features heated slate floors, built-in cabinets & bench, with a walk-out to the side flagstone patio.
With a pocket door entry, French doors to a rooftop deck and hot tub, and hardwood floors. The study is furnished with a couch, desk and chair.
Featuring Marmoleum floors, original working wood-burning fireplace, built-in benches, and above grade windows.
Furnished with a spacious couch, projector screen and blackout window screens.
Equipped with refined cabinets, with bar fridge and laundry shoot collection bin.
Storage cupboards and built-in shelves and a folding table.
BEDROOMS | BATHROOMS
Bathroom 1 – Powder Room
Bathroom 2 – Powder Room
Bedroom 1 – King (Primary) with ensuite, gas fireplace, and walk-out to rooftop deck & hot tub
Bathroom 3 – 5-piece primary ensuite with double vanity, stand-alone shower and free standing soaker tub
Bedroom 2 – Queen
Bedroom 3 – King with ensuite
Bathroom 4 – 3-piece ensuite with stand-alone shower
Bedroom 4 – Queen
Bathroom 5 – 4-piece bath with shower/tub combo
Bedroom 5 – Queen with ensuite
Bathroom 6 – 3-piece ensuite with stand-alone shower
Bathroom 7 – Powder Room
A never-ending history lesson
INCLUSIONS / EXCLUSIONS
This house is equipped with satellite, wifi, air conditioning and a generator
This house participates in Jayne’s White Linen Program
Heated attached 2-car parking/storage