SOLD.There are a few pictures in the virtual tour for this marvellous new listing that were shot at twilight from an angle slightly below the house. They give the impression, I think, of a house set into a near-desert of dry tussock grass and a glittering litter of moon rock.
SOLD. Back in the early 1980s I lived for a year on Bagot St, right down near City Park. I’d only been in Canada a year or so and now I’d started a film degree at the university. It was all quite lovely but also a bit disorienting.
I wandered up Charles St to meet with a client. We sat around her kitchen table, signed some paperwork, then talked about business, but not exclusively. Our conversation pushed into areas beyond what was strictly necessary...
A few years back, an artist I like very much promised me a nice painting when I sold his house. I did my job and this week that work finally showed up at my place. Peace has been brokered more quickly between warring nations.
SOLD. I like Lyndhurst and don’t get out that way often enough. I like the really old bridge and Lyndhurst Creek (which flows into Lower Beverley Lake and which reminds me of the streams I fished as a kid
SOLD. This pretty-as-a-picture one and half storey stucco home on Macdonnell St above Earl dates to the roaring twenties. The decades have mellowed the house but they have also been kind. We should all be so lucky.
SOLD. The marvelous views from this seventh floor condominium in the Harbour Place building are of Ontario St, with the city spilling very prettily to the left and the waters of Confederation Basin to the right.