Just steps to the Danforth, it's a quick stroll to the subway, fantastic restaurants, shops, banks, and grocery. This is the picture perfect starter home or spellbinding condo alternative you've been searching for. Your prince-charming-home has arrived.
Residents of the east end can enjoy the colourful array of fruit markets, bakeries, coffee shops, clothing and accessory stores, and Toronto's best selection of Greek restaurants on the Danforth. Just to the north, Stan Wadlow Park offers tranquility in the city with picnic areas, nature trails, and several creeks. There are also baseball diamonds, batting cages, and outdoor swimming pools. The adjacent East York Memorial Arena provides recreational and league hockey programs as well as public skating.
Transit. 208 Coleridge Avenue is just a ten minute walk to Woodbine Station, which runs along Line 2 and connects to Line 1 at Bloor and Yonge. Proximity to a subway station means that downtown Toronto is just a few stops away. The 91 Woodbine bus runs north and south along Woodbine Avenue. The 70 O'Connor bus runs east and west along O'Connor Drive, and is also just a ten minute walk away.
Public Schools. Gledhill Junior Public School (GR. JK-06), 2 Gledhill Avenue. D. A. Morrison Middle School (GR. 06-08), 271 Gledhill Avenue. East York Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 650 Cosburn Avenue. Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute (GR. 09-12), 800 Greenwood Avenue.
Catholic Schools. St. Brigid Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 50 Woodmount Avenue. St. Agatha Catholic School (French Immersion GR. 01-08), 49 Cathedral Bluffs Drive. St. John Catholic School (Extended French GR. 05-08), 780 Kingston Road. Notre Dame High School (GR. 09-12), 12 Malvern Avenue. Senator O'Connor College School (GR. 09-12), 60 Rowena Drive. St. Patrick Catholic Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 49 Felstead Avenue.