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MoneyWould you pay $2 million to live at the end of someone else’s backyard?

13:01  15 april  2019
13:01  15 april  2019 Source:   thestar.com

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Would you pay $2 million to live at the end of someone else’s backyard?© Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited Roger Travassos, a real estate agent representing the house on Clendenan Ave., said privacy is what makes it most attractive.

It’s described as “a modern coach house” on the listing that asks would-be homeowners to pay $1.9 million to live in a home nestled behind a row of houses in the Junction.

In a city tight on both space and privacy, there’s growing interest in coach house-style homes — free-standing houses behind another person’s property, says Roger Travassos, a real estate agent representing the house on Clendenan Ave.

He said while it isn’t a “common” occurrence for these types of units to be sold as separate properties in Toronto, he is noticing it more often. “It’s definitely something that people are talking about more,” he said.

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Would you pay $2 million to live at the end of someone else’s backyard?© Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited This “modern coach house” is tucked behind houses on Clendenan Ave. and is listed for nearly $2 million.

Amid a housing crisis, Toronto has already warmed to backyard living with council last summer passing regulations to allow laneway suites, often converted garages backing onto laneways that can be turned into self-contained rental apartments, in some areas of the city. But whereas laneway suites cannot be sold off as a separate property, the house in behind Clendenan Ave. can, as Travassos said it’s on its own lot.

“The advantage in this house is really simple: it’s private,” Travassos said. “You see so many new modern homes in Toronto and it’s difficult because modern homes have lots of windows and generally a lot of exposure. So, you’re on the front of the street and you don’t really have much privacy.”

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The square, grey, three-bedroom house has a wood-burning fireplace and sauna. The natural light from the skylights gleans off of bright, white decor. The showstopper is the 23-foot glass wall that looks onto a garden, since most homes in Toronto face brick walls, Travassos said.

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“It just basically looks out into wilderness,” he said. “There’s no brick wall, it’s just trees and you’re looking out into the backyard.”

A communal driveway leads to the house, but both properties can be individually accessed and no one has to enter someone else’s property to get home, according to Travassos.

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While he said he has received a lot of interest in the property, there has been some confusion around the concept of a coach house.

“It’s been funny because some people are interested because it’s a coach house, and then some people say that it would be great if it was up at the front of the street,” he said.

According to the City of Toronto’s city planning division, the unit is not technically a coach house because it is located on a separate lot, despite being behind street-facing homes.

The Clendenan Ave. house “is a relative anomaly because it is a separate lot that had an old house on it,” said Ellen Leesti, a City of Toronto spokesperson. “No land division approval was needed. This house is not a truly a coach house.”

Leesti said the city permits laneway suites in the old city of Toronto and East York only if the property is next to a public lane. Dwellings in coach houses, which are ancillary buildings as the city defines them, that are not connected to a laneway are currently not permitted.

However, Leesti said the city has directed the planning department to review allowing secondary suites on properties without laneways, and to report back in the fourth quarter of 2019.

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In the nearby High Park neighbourhood, a “century coach house” is listed for nearly $3.6 million. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom unit, which sits on its own lot at the rear of an Indian Grove property, overlooks a garden terrace with a waterfall fountain.

Graham W. Connaughton, the real estate agent representing the house, said the garden view to the south and the upscale design justifies the price, despite the house being at the end of a backyard.

“I wouldn’t view it that way because the way you’re looking at it is from the drive and I would prefer to look at it from the south-facing part, which leads out to a series of gardens,” he said. “It is the quintessential park-like setting at that point.”

As housing markets have heated up across the country, other urban cities are considering similar policies. The City of Vancouver implemented a laneway housing program in 2009 to add more rental and housing options. In 2016, the City of Ottawa introduced a coach house program to allow free-standing units to be built in the back of residential lots.

In February, Toronto’s city planning department launched a review to assess whether its new laneway policy should be expanded to the rest of the city.

Stefanie Marotta is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @StefanieMarotta

Claire Floody is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @claire_floody

Would you pay $2 million to live at the end of someone else’s backyard?© Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited The City of Toronto says the house is on its own property and is not an ancillary building.

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