Located in the popular Leslieville area of Toronto, this house was the first farmhouse on the street owned by the Leslie Family back in the 1890’s. The exterior part of the home was left relatively untouched due to its charming and appealing quality. The interior part of the house was completely re-done from top to bottom with only one room being spared. The house features new wiring, hi-energy efficient radiant heating system with ductless AC units, gas water boiler, radiant floor heating in basement and a custom kitchen with built in stainless steel appliances. The main floor showcased beautiful waffle ceilings with LED lighting that provided warmth and ambiance to the room. Older properties could come with unforeseen circumstances that could delay a project. During the renovation, one section of the house was standing on two piers which coincidentally added a month to the project. The issue was rectified with a 6’ underpin on the backside of the house. The property was sold to a young family looking for some rental income; since the house included a roughed in apartment in the basement, this was exactly what they were looking for.