Homeowner Kevin Smith is looking to sell his home in Toronto’s south end.
He is selling his home for $8 million.
The buyer is from Toronto, and the seller is from California.
Smith is selling to a couple with a child and says they are looking for a place to stay.
Smith, who has been living in the home for three years, says he has a lot of space, and is willing to pay a premium for the space.
He’s looking to use the property to store his belongings, as well as his dogs.
He says he will give the buyer access to the basement and basement deck, and he is looking for someone to help out with the landscaping.
He says he would be interested in paying a lot more than $8M for the home.
This is an exciting time in the history of Toronto, Smith said.
The home was built in the 1950s.
It has a large open deck on the front, and an additional deck on a smaller portion of the back.
The house has been on the market for the past year and a half, but Smith says the buyer has not yet come forward.
“This is a home I’ve been wanting to buy for a long time.
It’s the most beautiful home I have ever seen,” he said.
Smith said he has never been married and has no children.
Homeowners can use their home as their base for an investment in a safe deposit box.
They can also sell the property at auction and receive cash.
The sale is subject to the sale of the home to the buyer, and if the buyer can’t pay the mortgage, the property will be demolished.
Auction house: Bidding for a safe home for sale in Toronto starts at $8.5 million in the Bidding-In-Kind (BIK) category, and ends at the end of October.
Follow Kevin Smith on Twitter at @kensmithbk.