The agent that sold it a few years ago asked what is I was going to do there as it had been designed by Brian Gluckstein , a very talented Toronto designer for upper price point homes.
When I arrived I was taken on a tour of the property-
- underground parking for 20 with heated floors, hand selected marble floors throughout
- wine cellar for 3500 wine bottles
- walk in sub zero freezers
- 25 foot fountain off the rear terrace
- stunning kitchen, media room, opulent bathrooms,
- master bedroom with ladies and gentlemens sitting areas
I could go on, but you get the picture. I have seen prestigious homes with some of the more desirable ammenities but this home has them all and then some.
At this price point of home the next buyer will definitely be looking on line. The list of eligible buyers is slim in this price point. What could I do to stage this home and market it for sale?
What could I do to make the listing photos do their job- get a buyer to put this listing on their "must see list".
They definitely didn't need rental furniture, props or artwork.
This home is a good example of showing that staging will always provide what buyers are looking for when buying their next home. Highlighting the focal point of each room and showing how you would live in the home.
After packing the extra items away, moving accessories and artwork around- this is what 180 Fenyrose in Woodbridge looked like when I was done.