This $2.25 million luxury home used to be a garage.

This lot in East York used to be a dilapidated garage. Now, it’s being turned into a luxury home that can house a family.

Sitting at 951b Greenwood Ave., the derelict, single-door garage caused a stir when it hit the market for $600,000 in 2019 and eventually sold for $700,000 in 2021.

951b Greenwood Ave.  is being renovated into a three-bedroom luxury home.
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Now, the lot is being turned into a three-bedroom, three-bathroom home fit with an electric vehicle charger, a home bar and wine storage unit.

This $2.25 million luxury home in East York will have three bathrooms.

Marco Chiappetta, the home’s real estate agent, said the home is built to maximize the area, with about 2,500 square feet of space including a basement.

This $2.25-million luxury home has eight-foot sliding glass doors.

“I haven’t seen something that, as this, has taken full advantage of the lot that it’s on,” Chiappetta said.

This $2.25 million luxury home is nestled in Toronto's East York.

“It’s an incredibly unique concept. There’s very little like it throughout the GTA,” he said.

How much will this brand new luxury home cost? It’s listed for $2.25 million.

This luxury home has two stores and features a car port.

With eight-foot-tall windows peeking from wood paneled sides and a flat roof, Chiappetta said the house’s modern architecture reminded him of homes in warmer climes.

“It’s heavily influenced off the modern homes in Southern California and the Côte d’Azur in southern France and the Costa del Sol in Spain,” Chiappetta said.

951b Greenwood Avenue will have white oak hardwood floors throughout.

Inside the home, white oak hardwood floors will contrast dark marble slabs paneling the walls. A steel and white oak staircase will feature glass railings leading up to the second floor.

The kitchen will feature a long marble island, custom cabinetry and wood-panelled appliances. The bathrooms will feature heated floors and white marble walls.

Construction on the luxury home is set to be finished in late summer.

With files from Dorcas Marfo and Ande Fraske-Bornyk.

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