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What/Where: Spacious 50x140 square foot house at 252 Beech Ave. in the Beach.
Looks Good, Right? This renovated house listed at $2,860,000 in the Beach neighbourhood seems like it has everything with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, large backyard oasis with pool and parking for five cars. The house is located in a great neighbourhood, close to the water, schools, shops and restaurants.
The Catch: Neighbours must love cats.
[Photo via NP]
There is a cat hoarder living on the street.
This past week, a home on Beech Avenue gained media attention after dozens of felines, garbage and feces were removed from the house. Neighbours had issued several complaints about the cat hoarding home owner before city officials arrived to remove more than 35 cats that were roaming on the property. One neighbour built a six foot fence to block their neighbour. Getting back to the house at 252 Beech Avenue. Technically, there is nothing wrong with the house. It's a nice looking home; far enough away from the cat hoarder but unfortunately, probably still close enough to smell the stench.
· Cat Hoarder, Beach Edition [Curbed TO, previously]
· Toronto couple builds six foot fence from cat hoarding neighbour [NP]
· Cat hoarder in the Beach [The Star]
· Controversial Toronto homes in the Beach [Huffington]