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231 Ashdale Avenue

231 Ashdale Avenue, Greenwood-Coxwell

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231 Ashdale Avenue

Character abounds at 231 Ashdale Avenue

Old world charm from a bygone era. If you are looking for a home as unique as you are - this is it!

Character abounds with original century old pine floors mixed with charming exposed brick walls and wood strappings. The main floor features a versatile and formal front dining room or sitting room anchored by a warm and inviting living room. A delightful eat-in kitchen features stunning heritage century old tin ceiling panels and a much coveted gas range. Walk out to your own private oversized deck and a lush, beautifully landscaped backyard outdoor oasis, ready to enjoy this summer.

The unfinished basement complete with a separate entrance is the perfect blank slate for additional space or easy conversion into an income or in-law suite.

By the Numbers

Offered at 799,000.00
Taxes 3,127.64 (2019)
Lot size 11.83 x 121.83 feet
3 bedrooms
1x4 (second) bathroom

About the Home

Attached, 2-storey
Basement with separate entrance
Forced air, gas heating

More to Know

Includes fridge, gas stove, range hood, all electric light fixtures and ceiling fans, all window coverings, gas burner and equipment, washer, dryer, hot water tank (rental)

231 Ashdale Avenue

Welcome home

Room Dimensions
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainDining roomWood floor, separate room, overlooks front yard
MainLiving roomWood floor, window, ceiling fan
MainKitchenTile floor, built-in appliances, eat-in kitchen
2ndMaster bedroomBroadloom, bay window, overlooks front yard
2ndSecond bedroomWood floor, window, closet
2ndThird bedroomWood floor, window, overlooks back yard

231 Ashdale Avenue

Meet the neighbours

Nature enthusiasts will further love the home's proximity to Ashbridges Bay and Woodbine Beach, which are only a 12 minute walk away. The beautiful 3 mile boardwalk and Martin Goodman Trail can also be accessed in this area.

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The neighbourhood.

If you can't get enough of the city but also value the great outdoors, then this neighbourhood is for you. Surrounded by lush Greenwood Park, Woodbine Park, and Moncur Park, this location is teeming with an abundance of green space and family-friendly attractions. Greenwood Park boasts 6.2 hectares of park space with two ball diamonds, a multipurpose sports field, a dog off-leash area, a community garden, a splash pad and a children's playground, and Greenwood Park Outdoor Pool. This park also features the city's first covered outdoor artificial ice rink.

Nature enthusiasts will further love the home's proximity to Ashbridges Bay and Woodbine Beach, which are only a 12-minute walk away. The beautiful 3 mile boardwalk and Martin Goodman Trail can also be accessed in this area.

231 Ashdale Avenue is just a few blocks from Danforth Avenue, with its myriad of specialty shops, eclectic restaurants, and small and big box stores. This area is best known for the Taste of the Danforth, an annual community event that draws thousands of people to the Danforth.

Rich in amenities, most errands can be accomplished on foot. 231 Ashdale Avenue is also close to schools and transit.

Transit.

231 Ashdale Avenue boasts an excellent transit score, and is serviced by several streetcar and bus routes, including 506 Carlton and 501 Queen streetcars, and 22 Coxwell, 31 Greenwood, 502 Downtowner, 503 Kingston Road buses. The 501 Queen and 22 Coxwell routes conveniently offer overnight service as well. Greenwood Station is a leisurely 20-minute walk away.

Public Schools Catchment.

Roden Public School (GR. JK-08), 151 Hiawatha Road.
Monarch Park Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 1 Hanson Street.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

St. Joseph Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 176 Leslie Street.
St Patrick Secondary (GR. 09-12), 49 Felstead Avenue.

Tell Me More About 231 Ashdale Avenue

Edward Wang
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

Address

311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

Phone

416 588 8248 office
416 588 5784 direct

E-mail

[email protected]

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31 Unity Road

31 Unity Road, Greenwood-Coxwell

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31 Unity Road

Find your Unity

Welcome to this spacious 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom family home sprawling across three levels above grade, plus a finished basement. This home has been recently updated, including its functional kitchen that now boasts quartz countertops, and stainless steel and integrated appliances. Luxurious, soft hued hardwood floors can be found throughout.

The main floor features a bright and open concept layout. The generous sunken sun-filled living room has a walkout to a private, fenced backyard. Pot lights abound and open floating staircase promotes a bright and airy décor. The second floor is comprised of two family-sized bedrooms and a brand new renovated spa-like bathroom with double vanity. The third floor master retreat enjoys an oversized bedroom space, and a separate cozy sitting area or den with skylight, perfect for a home office or a place to read a good book and unwind at the end of a busy day. The classic designer bathroom features marble vanity countertops, marble mosaic floors, and timeless subway tiles.

The finished basement hosts a versatile family room, ideal for a home theatre, kids play area, or hobby cave. A convenient 2-piece powder room rounds off this quintessential family home.

By the Numbers

Offered at 899,000.00
Taxes 3,736.26 (2019)
Lot size 15 x 80 feet
3 bedrooms
1x5 (second), 1x4 (third), 1x2 (lower) bathrooms
2 parking spots

About the Home

Semi-detached, 3-storey
Finished basement
Forced air, gas heating
Central air

More to Know

Stainless steel fridge, stove, range hood/microwave, built-in dishwasher, washer, dryer, all electric light fixtures & ceiling fan, all window coverings, central vacuum (as is), floating entertainment shelf in basement, TV wall mount (TV excluded), gas burner and equipment, broadloom where laid.

31 Unity Road

Welcome home

Room Dimensions
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room12.43 x 12.46 ftHardwood floor, walk-out to yard, sunken room
MainDining room8.63 x 9.91 ftHardwood floor, bay window, open concept
MainKitchen11.81 x 11.78 ftModern kitchen, pot lights, stainless steel appliances
2ndSecond bedroom12.37 x 10.59 ftDouble closet, hardwood floor, bay window
2ndThird bedroom12.37 x 8.95 ftDouble closet, hardwood floor, overlooks backyard
3rdMaster bedroom12.43 x 12.43 ftHardwood floor, ceiling fan, 4-piece bath
3rdOffice10.17 x 13.48 ftOpen concept, skylight, double closet
LowerFamily room11.91 x 17.42 ftGas fireplace, 2 piece bath, hardwood floor
LowerLaundry8.04 x 9.81 ft

31 Unity Road

Meet the neighbours

If you can't get enough of the city but also value the great outdoors, then this neighbourhood is for you. Surrounded by lush Monarch Park, Feldstead Avenue Park & Playground, and the community-driven Rail Garden.

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If you can't get enough of the city but also value the great outdoors, then this neighbourhood is for you. Surrounded by lush Monarch Park, Feldstead Avenue Park & Playground, and the community-driven Rail Garden. Monarch Park boasts an outdoor swimming pool, off-leash dog area, skating rink, and more. Woodbine Beach is only a ten-minute car ride away.

31 Unity Road is just steps to Danforth Avenue, with its myriad of specialty shops, eclectic restaurants, and small and big box stores. This area is best known for the Taste of the Danforth, an annual community event that draws thousands of people to the Danforth.

Rich in amenities, most errands can be accomplished on foot. 31 Unity Road is also close to schools and transit.

Transit.

31 Unity Road boasts an excellent transit score, and is a convenient walking distance to Greenwood Subway, which runs along Line 2. Nearby streetcars include the 506 Carlton and 306 Carlton. Accessible buses include the 31 Greenwood and 22 Coxwell, as well as overnight buses 300 Bloor-Danforth and 322 Coxwell.

Public Schools Catchment.

Earl Haig Public School (GR. JK-08), 15 Earl Haig Avenue.
Monarch Park Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 1 Hanson Street.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

St. Joseph Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 176 Leslie Street.
St Patrick Secondary (GR. 09-12), 49 Felstead Avenue.

Tell Me More About 31 Unity Road

Edward Wang
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

Address

311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

Phone

416 588 8248 office
416 588 5784 direct

E-mail

[email protected]

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225 Leslie Street

225 Leslie Street, Leslieville

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225 Leslie Street

Bliss doesn't get better than this

Modern character home in the heart of Leslieville!

This recently updated home has been completely transformed with thoroughly modern finishes while still remaining character-filled, and is brimming with the charm of a by-gone era. The bright and open concept living/dining room greets you as you enter this warm and inviting home. Quality engineered hardwood floors, masterfully restored exposed brick walls, and plenty of pot lights are just some of the home’s timeless yet contemporary touches. The modern chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances, an abundance of cupboard space, and stylish quartz countertop will surely bring out your inner chef.

The second floor features a generously sized master bedroom plus two additional family-sized bedrooms. This space is perfect for couple or young growing family.

The finished basement with two separate walkouts, full three piece bathroom, a family/media room plus a versatile den/guestroom makes the perfect in-law or nanny suite. Your summer entertaining will be a cinch with your outdoor oasis. Walk out from the kitchen, through the convenient mudroom, and enjoy the tranquil and recently updated backyard.

By the Numbers

Offered at 899,000.00
Taxes 3,536.46 (2019)
Lot size 14.79 x 100 feet
3+1 bedrooms
1x4, 1x3 bathrooms

About the Home

Townhouse, 2-storey
Finished basement with walk-out
Forced air, gas heating
Central air

More to Know

Includes stainless steel fridge, range hood/microwave, gas range, dishwasher; all electric light fixtures and ceiling fans, all window coverings, washer and dryer, gas burner and equipment, central air conditioner. Hot water tank rental.

225 Leslie Street

Welcome home

Room Dimensions
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room15.24 x 12.86 ftWood floor, open concept, pot lights
MainDining room11.81 x 9.84 ftWood floor, open concept, window
MainKitchen14.10 x 9.25 ftWood floor, modern kitchen, quartz countertop
2ndMaster bedroom10.76 x 12.79 ftWood floor, closet, west view
2ndSecond bedroom11.48 x 7.38 ftWood floor, window, closet
2ndThird bedroom8.07 x 9.77 ftWood floor, overlooks backyard, window
BasementFamily room19.45 x 12.33 ftBroadloom, 3-piece bath, window
BasementDen14.60 x 9.35 ftBroadloom, separate room, walk-out to yard

225 Leslie Street

Meet the neighbours

At once trendy, hip and urban, and yet ultra indie and eco-conscious, this east end area of Toronto is eclectic, stylish, and diverse. With out-of-the-box, original stores setting up camp here, Leslieville has quickly become one of the hottest neighbourhoods of the city.

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The neighbourhood.

You're unique. Sophisticated. Whimsical. And always on the lookout for excitement. Shouldn't your neighbourhood reflect your style? Welcome to Leslieville. At once trendy, hip and urban, and yet ultra indie and eco-conscious, this east end area of Toronto is eclectic, stylish, and diverse. With out-of-the-box, original stores setting up camp here, Leslieville has quickly become one of the hottest neighbourhoods of the city. And yet it retains its tight-knit community vibe with local shops and restaurants that strive to embrace the distinctiveness and history that defines Leslieville.

225 Leslie Street is just steps to Greenwood Park, which boasts an ice rink, swimming pool, playground, and dog park, art galleries, yoga studios, top restaurants, charming coffee shops, and many breweries. Adjacent neighbourhoods include East Chinatown, the Danforth, and Riverdale. It’s also a 10 minute run to the beach!

Transit.

225 Leslie Street has an excellent transit score, with most trips easily done via transit. The neighbourhood is serviced by the 506 Carlton streetcar, the 505 Dundas streetcar, and the 24-hour 501 Queen streetcar. These streetcar lines connect to Line 1 on the Toronto subway system. Local bus lines include 83 Jones, 31 Greenwood, 502 Downtowner, and 503 Kingston Road.

Public Schools Catchment.

Leslieville Junior Public School (GR. JK-06), 254 Leslie Street.
Duke of Connaught Junior and Senior Public School (GR. JK-08), 70 Woodfield Road.
Riverdale Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 1094 Gerrard Street East.
Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute (GR. 09-12), 800 Greenwood Avenue.
Rosedale Heights School of the Arts (GR. 09-12), 711 Bloor Street East.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

St. Joseph Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 176 Leslie Street.
St Patrick Secondary (GR. 09-12), 49 Felstead Avenue.

Tell Me More About 225 Leslie Street

Edward Wang
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

Chris Wannamaker
Sales Representative with Royal LePage Connect Realty

Address

311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

Phone

416 588 8248 office

E-mail

[email protected]
[email protected]

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243 Downsview Park Boulevard

243 Downsview Park Boulevard, Downsview

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This is your chance to live on the Park

Right across the street from one of the largest and most dynamic urban parks in Toronto, this is your chance to live life on the Park!

Welcome to this spacious 4 bedroom plus den townhome with nearly 2400 square feet of living space. This end unit flaunts an abundance of windows and feels like a semi-detached home!

The main floor is spacious, with a sun-filled open concept living/dining room soaking up ample natural light. Designer chef’s kitchen with oversized island and walk out to a private outdoor terrace is perfect for entertaining and summer BBQs. This floor also includes an oversized coat closet and convenient two piece powder room.

Sleeping quarters on the second floor include three spacious family sized bedrooms that share a four piece bathroom. With an oversized master bedroom, huge walk through closets, and a spa-like ensuite bathroom, the third floor retreat will make you feel like royalty. An adaptable separate den can be easily converted to an office or fifth bedroom.

The finished basement boasts a versatile family room, powder room, and walk out to the private double car garage. Usher in the spring season on the magnificent rooftop terrace with views of beautiful Downsview Park! It doesn’t get more perfect than this.

By the Numbers

Offered at 899,000.00
Taxes 4,425.42 (2019)
POTL fee 127.21
(includes snow removal, shuttle bus to subway)
2000-2500 square feet

About the Home

Townhouse, 3-storey
4+1 bedroom
1x5, 1x4, and 2x2 bathrooms
Built-in garage (2)
Forced air / gas, central air
0-5 years old

More to Know

Includes fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave/hood range, centre island, washer and dryer, electric fireplace, all electrical light fixtures, broadloom where laid
Rental how water tank and HVAC

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Room Dimensions
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving roomOpen concept, overlooks park, window
MainDining roomLaminate floor, open concept, combined with living room
MainKitchenCentre island, modern kitchen, walk-out to deck
2nd FloorSecond bedroomBroadloom, double closet, window
2nd FloorThird bedroomBroadloom, closet, window
2nd FloorFourth bedroomBroadloom, closet, overlooks park
3rd FloorMaster bedroomEnsuite bath, walk-in closet, overlooks park
3rd FloorDenSeparate room, window, laminate floor
LowerFamily roomLaminate floor, 2 piece bath, walk-out to garage

The 'Hood

Residents in this neighbourhood can always enjoy the beautiful Downsview Park with both indoor and outdoor attractions, events, and recreation activities offered year round.

The neighbourhood.

243 Downsview Park Boulevard is uniquely located across the street from Downsview Park, a dynamic and innovative urban park that aspires to be the cornerstone of its community as it continues to transform and blossom. Residents in this neighbourhood can always enjoy the beautiful park with both indoor and outdoor attractions, events, and recreation activities offered year round.

Downsview Park integrates forests, ponds, trails, active and passive play areas, sports fields, and gardens. Stay active with the Downsview Park Sports Centre, which includes a seasonal dome for fall/winter leagues, or take in a show at The Festival Terrace, a 13.6-acre (5.5-hectare) great lawn that serves as an events space for concerts and events. At the southwest corner of the Park, The Orchard is home to approximately 400 apple trees of various varieties including Gala, Jona Gold, Idared, Spartan, Spy and Asian Pear.

Cultural festivals, concerts, fundraisers, a farmer's market, and numerous educational programs that promote sustainability and growth are just some of the amazing things happening right across the street.

Public Schools Catchment.

Downsview Public School (GR. JK-05), 2829 Keele Street.
Pierre Laporte Middle School (GR. 06-08), 1270 Wilson Avenue.
Downsview Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 7 Hawksdale Road.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

St. Jerome Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 111 Sharpecroft Boulevard.
Madonna Catholic Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 20 Dubray Avenue.

Tell Me More About 243 Downsview Park Boulevard

Edward Wang
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

Address

311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

Phone

416 588 8248 office
416 588 5784 direct

E-mail

[email protected]

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77 Constance Street

77 Constance Avenue, Roncesvalles

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Your forever home awaits

Circa 1912, 77 Constance Street is a character-filled stately home is just a stone's throw from High Park! This oversized four bedroom family home boasts many recent updates, including a spacious upgraded kitchen with a new and highly desirable open concept design. The formal living room features a gas fireplace and gorgeous hardwood floors, while the spacious dining room is bright with its own pretty bay window. The versatile breakfast nook overlooking the verdant back yard offers a walk-out to the large deck.

There are four generous bedrooms on the second floor, plus a three-piece bath. The kitchen off the master bedroom is a great opportunity for your dream master bedroom ensuite bath conversion. A finished basement with separate entrance and additional four-piece bath is the ideal entertainment / games room, or potential in-law suite...with this much space, the possibilities are endless. There is ample parking via rare private drive and detached double car garage. Don't miss out on this quintessential High Park family home.

By the Numbers

Offered at 1,899,000.00
Taxes 6,216.18 (2018)
Lot size 32 x 120 feet
Detached garage
Private drive

About the Home

Detached, 2-storey
4 bedrooms
1x3 (second), 1x4 (basement) bathrooms
Finished basement with separate entrance

More to Know

Radiant / gas heating
A/C wall unit
Includes two fridges, two stoves, dishwasher, range hood, all electric light fixtures, all window coverings, wall air conditioning unit, hot water tank (rental)

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The Rooms
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room16.73 x 11.48 ftHardwood floor, overlooks garden, gas fireplace
MainDining room16.73 x 11.48 ftHardwood floor, bay window, formal room
MainKitchen11.48 x 11.48 ftCeramic floor, family size kitchen, breakfast bar
MainBreakfast13.12 x 8.20 ftHardwood floor, fireplace, walk-out to garden
2ndMaster bedroom13.45 x 11.15 ftBay window, hardwood floor, double closet
2ndSecond bedroom12.79 x 10.17 ftHardwood floor, overlooks back yard, walk-in closet
2ndThird bedroom9.51 x 8.53 ftHardwood floor, overlooks back yard, east view
2ndFourth bedroom13.45 x 10.50 ftHardwood floor, closet, west view
2ndKitchen13.12 x 8.20 ftOverlooks back yard, window, east view
BasementMedia/EntertainmentLaminate floor, fireplace, 4-piece bath

The 'Hood

The topography of the High Park neighbourhood features gently rolling hills, winding streets, and towering oak trees that enchant and delight all those who live here.

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The neighbourhood.

The High Park neighbourhood contains a wealth of history. As a result, this established west Toronto neighbourhood is undisputedly one of the most sought-after areas in the city. The topography of the High Park neighbourhood features gently rolling hills, winding streets, and towering oak trees that enchant and delight all those who live here.

Large homes on dense leafy streets surround the largest and most interesting green space in the city: High Park. This well-known park stretches right down to Sunnyside Beach on Lake Ontario, and includes a zoo and its annual Shakespeare in the Park. The Bloor West Village strip is the spine that links historically proud communities such as High Park, Swansea and Runnymede. It is dotted with all the accoutrements of the modern urban village (gourmet food shops, bakeries, book shops, clothiers) and turn-of-the-century architecture.

77 Constance Street is also within walking distance to Roncesvalles Village to its east. Roncesvalles Village still finds a way for authentic Polish butchers, bakeries and restaurants to thrive among a destination-worthy set of restaurants, boutiques and indie coffee houses. Mix in popular pubs like The Local, second-run flicks at the Revue Cinema, great barbecue at Barque, and late night drinks at Cider House or Round the Horn and you've got yourself a neighbourhood that's no longer one of Toronto's best kept secrets.

Transit.

77 Constance Street has a perfect transit score of 100. It is about two blocks away from the 504 Roncesvalles streetcar, which connects to Dundas West Station (with its own GO Train and UP airport shuttle stations), St. Andrew Station, King Station, and Broadview Station. It is also about two blocks south from the 506 College streetcar, and five minutes away from the 505 Dundas streetcar.

Public Schools Catchment.

Howard Junior Public School (GR. JK-06), 30 Marmaduke Street.
Fern Avenue Junior and Senior Public School (GR. JK-08), 128 Fern Avenue.
Parkdale Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 209 Jameson Avenue.
Western Technical-Commercial School (GR. 09-12), 125 Evelyn Crescent.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School (GR. JK-08, Extended French GR. 05-08), 116 Fermanagh Avenue.
James Culnan Catholic School (French Immersion GR. JK-06), 605 Willard Avenue.
St. Cecilia Catholic School (French Immersion GR. 07-08), 355 Annette Street.
Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School and Regional Arts Centre (GR. 09-12), 1515 Bloor Street West.
St. Mary Catholic Academy (GR. 09-12), 66 Dufferin Park Avenue.

Tell Me More About 77 Constance Street

Edward Wang
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

Address

311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

Phone

416 588 8248 office
416 588 5784 direct

E-mail

[email protected]

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65 Eastwood Avenue

65 Eastwood Avenue, Birchcliffe-Cliffside

SOLD FOR 108% OVER ASKING

65 Eastwood Avenue

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No detail spared

Welcome to this remarkably renovated custom home sitting on a substantial 30 x 131 foot lot. Prepare to be inspired by the impeccable finishes and design from top to bottom – no detail overlooked, no final touch spared. The bright, open concept main floor features soaring ten foot ceilings and beautifully laid white oak flooring. The custom chef's kitchen boasts a massive kitchen island with marble countertops, top-of-the-line appliances like the Sub-Zero fridge, Porter & Charles gas range, and Bosch dishwasher, and much-admired herringbone patterned hardwood floors. The cozy family room with fireplace has a walk-out to the private back yard.

A stunning staircase with custom glass railings leads to the second floor, with towering Cathedral ceilings on the landing. Pamper yourself in the impressive master bedroom with huge walk-in closet and show-stopping master ensuite bath. Two generous and versatile bedrooms, plus additional bathroom, can also be found on this floor.

Thoughtful planning extends to the finished basement with bonus family/recreation room and additional room for a fourth bedroom. The lush, landscaped back yard with deck makes outdoor entertaining a breeze. Live in year-round comfort with dual heating and cooling systems.

65 Eastwood Avenue sits on an idyllic, family-friendly street in the delightful Birchcliffe-Cliffside neighbourhood. This is it, this is the home you've been waiting for...don't miss out on this incomparable opportunity.

By the Numbers

Offered at 1,190,000.00
Taxes 3,441.96 (2019)
Lot size 30 x 131.77 feet
2000-25000 sq ft
Built-in garage + private drive

About the Home

Detached, 2-storey
3+2 bedrooms
1x5 (second), 1x5 (second), 1x2 (main), 1x3 (lower) bathrooms
Finished basement

More to Know

Forced air / gas heating
Central air
Includes stainless steel fridge, gas range, dishwasher; kitchen island, washer and dryer, fireplace, all electrical light fixtures

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The Rooms
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
GroundLiving room26.99 x 14.01 ftHardwood floor, open concept, combined with dining room
GroundDining room26.99 x 14.01 ftHardwood floor, open concept, combined with living room
GroundKitchen15.32 x 9.32 ftHardwood floor, modern kitchen, centre island
GroundFamily room15.32 x 14.01 ftHardwood floor, fireplace, walk-out to garden
GroundDen9.74 x 8.99 ftHardwood floor, separate room, picture window
2ndMaster bedroom15.74 x 15.68 ftHardwood floor, walk-in closet, ensuite bath
2ndSecond bedroom11.68 x 10.00 ftHardwood floor, double closet, picture window
2ndThird bedroom10.00 x 9.51 ftHardwood floor, double closet, picture window
BasementRecreation room13.32 x 12.66 ftLaminate floor, pot lights
BasementBedroom14.33 x 8.99 ftLaminate floor, pot lights

The 'Hood

Local schools and green spaces like Heritage Hills Park, Kingsbridge Common, and McKechnie Woods make this neighbourhood popular with young and growing families.

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The neighbourhood.

The idyllic Birchcliffe-Cliffside area is an established, family-oriented neighbourhood flanked by local parks and the dramatic backdrop of the Scarborough Bluffs and Lake Ontario. Many of the early settlers of the area were cottagers, who were inspired to name the area "Birch Cliff" because of the birch trees that lined the crest of the Bluffs. By the early 1900s, the area became a permanent year-round residence for many.

Birchcliffe is a tight-knit community with many day-to-day amenities found along Kingston Road and Danforth Avenue, which are both just a 5-minute walk from 65 Eastwood Avenue. Specialty retail and services, including art galleries, dance and music studios, doggie daycare, children's play centre, community markets, and artisanal restaurants can be found west of the prestigious Toronto Hunt Club.

This neighbourhood is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, with a number of parks within walking distance, in addition to the Birchmount Community Centre, with an indoor pool and programs for people of all ages. Bibliophiles will want to apply for a card at the local Taylor Memorial Branch Toronto Public Library, which also offers children's programming.

Annual community events include the Robbie International Soccer Tournament and various community parades, fairs, and art workshops.

Transit.

65 Eastwood Avenue has good transit which means many nearby public transportation options. These include several bus lines like 20 Cliffside, 12 Kingston Road, and 69 Warden South, which all connect to several subway stations on Line 1. The Danforth GO Station is only 15 minutes away with the 135 Gerrard bus.

Public Schools Catchment.

Birch Cliff Public School (GR. JK-08), 1650 Kingston Road.
Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 3663 Danforth Avenue.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 101 Birchmount Road.
Blessed Cardinal Newman (GR. 09-12), 100 Brimley Road South.
ÉSC Père-Philippe-Lamarche (GR. 07-12), 2850 Eglinton Avenue East.

Tell Me More About 65 Eastwood Avenue

Edward Wang
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

Address

311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

Phone

416 588 8248 office
416 588 5784 direct

E-mail

[email protected]

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242 Brock Avenue

242 Brock Avenue, Little Portugal

SOLD FOR 123% OF LIST PRICE IN 3 DAYS

242 Brock Avenue

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Stunning Victorian in Brockville Village

Circa 1880, this stunning Victorian home has been renovated to the highest level of modern comforts while maintaining the unparalleled character of yesteryear. This handsomely charming row house is sure to impress: from the detailed exterior brickwork from a bygone era to the preserved stained glass window accents, 242 Brock Avenue is a unique property waiting for a unique buyer.

Featuring custom railings, soaring 10 foot ceilings, and oversized crown moulding and trim, the main floor's desirable open concept layout promotes a bright and airy decor. This perfect space is further enhanced by the family sized chef's kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The sunny adjacent office / den provides a walk-out to the back yard.

The inviting master bedroom on the second floor boasts built-in closet space and hardwood floors, while the other two bedrooms present flexible space and a walk-out to the private second floor deck. The nicely finished basement with laminate flooring and potlights makes for a great recreation space or media room.

Steps to all amenities including schools, parks, transit, and trendy new restaurants and specialty shops, 242 Brock Avenue boasts a 95 walk score. Don't miss out!

By the Numbers

Offered at 899,000.00
Taxes 3,424.03 (2017)
Lot size 16 x 91 feet
1918 sq ft
Detached garage with 1 parking space

About the Home

Attached, 2-storey
3 bedrooms
1x3 (second), 1x4 (main)
Finished basement
Forced air / gas heating
Central air

More to Know

Includes stainless steel fridge, stove, range hood / microwave, built-in dishwasher, washer, dryer, all electrical light fixtures, all window coverings, Jacuzzi tub (as is), gas burner and equipment, central air conditioning, hot water tank (owned), PAX wardrobe system

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The Rooms
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room26.57 x 10.82 ftHardwood floor, combined with dining room, pot lights
MainDining room26.57 x 10.82 ftHardwood floor, combined with living room, crown moulding
MainKitchen14.43 x 10.82 ftHardwood floor, modern kitchen, stainless steel appliances
MainDen6.89 x 10.50 ftHardwood floor, walk-out to deck, window
2ndMaster bedroom10.82 x 15.42 ftHardwood floor, closet, west view
2ndSecond bedroom11.48 x 9.51 ftHardwood floor, closet, window
2ndThird bedroom7.87 x 10.82 ftHardwood floor, walk-out to deck, east view
BasementRecreation room23.62 x 14.76 ftLaminate floor, window, 4-piece bath

The 'Hood

The area, which was once a genuine village in the 1800s, has come a long way. Its tree-lined streets and Victorian townhomes have attracted a mix of young professionals, burgeoning families, and emerging artists who appreciate the neighbourhood's local haunts, varied history, and lively community feel.

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The neighbourhood.

Brockton Village is a bustling residential pocket just west of Little Portugal with a mix of restaurants and shop dotting College St. and Dundas West. The area, which was once a genuine village in the 1800s, has come a long way. Its tree-lined streets and Victorian townhomes have attracted a mix of young professionals, burgeoning families, and emerging artists who appreciate the neighbourhood's local haunts, varied history, and lively community feel.

Brockton Village's main shopping districts are on Dundas Street West and on College Street. These two shopping areas contain an eclectic mix of funky eateries, established staples, and trendy stores. It's not uncommon to find an espresso bar, bike shop, and botanical garden shop in the same block. Dufferin Mall, south of Bloor Street, includes large chain department stores, grocery, and over 100 retail outlets.

The annual Big On Bloor street festival held in July is a popular community event that celebrates local artists, musicians, and local restaurants. This festival includes an art fair, music festival, and parade with entertainment for the whole family. The McCormick Recreation Centre, at Dufferin Street and Dundas Street West, has a gymnasium, an exercise room, a games room, and an indoor pool. The playground adjacent to the centre has a wading pool and a baseball diamond. Dufferin Grove Park has a myriad of sports facilities including tennis courts, a basketball court, a playing field, and an artificial ice rink, and also offers arts and nature programs.

Transit.

242 Brock Avenue boasts a Transit Score of 99, and is conveniently located two blocks south of Dundas West, with the 505 Dundas streetcar stop right at the corner. The streetcar easily connects to the Line 1 subway system at St. Patrick Station, or the Line 2 subway system at Dundas West station. The 29 Dufferin bus and the 47 Lansdowne bus are also short distances away.

Public Schools Catchment.

Shirley Street Junior Public School (GR. JK-06), 38 Shirley Street.
Alexander Muir/Gladstone Ave Junior and Senior Public School (GR. JK-08), 108 Gladstone Avenue.
Bloor Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 1141 Bloor Street West.
Western Technical-Commercial School (GR. 09-12), 125 Evelyn Crescent.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

St. Helen Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 1196 College Street.
St. Cecilia Catholic School (French Immersion GR. JK-08), 355 Annette Street.
St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School (Extended French GR. 05-08), 116 Fermanagh Avenue.
Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 1515 Bloor Street West.
St Mary Catholic Academy (GR. 09-12), 66 Dufferin Park Avenue.

Tell Me More About 242 Brock Avenue

Edward Wang
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

Address

311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

Phone

416 588 8248 office
416 588 5784 direct

E-mail

[email protected]

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22 Greendale Avenue

22 Greendale Avenue, Rockcliffe-Smythe

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Stylish, bright and airy living awaits

Looking for the perfect turn-key condo alternative? You've found it in this spacious three bedroom bungalow in the picturesque Rockcliffe-Smythe neighbourhood. Extensively renovated and upgraded throughout, 22 Greendale Avenue is a stylish, bright and airy home with a huge rear addition.

The idyllic covered porch with solid brick arches provides tremendous curb appeal. The open concept living area features large dazzling windows and modern laminate flooring throughout. A beautifully renovated kitchen is the pièce de résistance: timeless kitchen cabinetry is harmoniously paired with contemporary white quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. The main floor also includes three versatile family-sized bedrooms, convenient main floor laundry, and an updated four piece bath.

The full, finished basement with separate entrance includes a family/recreation room and two additional bedrooms. With its semi-roughed in plumbing for a kitchen and bathroom, this space makes for an easy in-law or nanny suite conversion.

Enjoy the outdoor space year-round with a private, fenced-in backyard flanked by lush mature trees. This spacious oasis is the perfect spot to unwind or showcase your flourishing green thumb.

Renovations & Upgrades

  • newer roof
  • newer water heater (2 years)
  • newer A/C unit (3 years)
  • updated electrical
  • completely new kitchen on main floor including custom kitchen cabinets with soft close doors and stone counter top
  • new stainless steel appliances
  • updated bathroom on main floor
  • basement renovated with new drywall, kitchen and bathroom are semi-roughed in
  • new front porch aluminum railing
  • new laminate flooring throughout the house, including basement
  • plumbing installed for stacked washer and dryer on main floor
  • easy basement apartment conversion
  • By the Numbers

    Offered at 650,000.00
    Taxes 2,373.51 (2016)
    Lot size 27.25 x 92 feet
    Main floor 1016 sq ft
    Lower floor 1052 sq ft

    About the Home

    Detached, bungalow
    3+2 bedrooms
    1x4 (main), 1x4 (basement)
    Finished basement with separate entrance
    Forced air / gas heating
    Central air

    More to Know

    Includes stainless steel fridge, stove, dishwasher, range hood; stacked washer and dryer, all electrical light fixtures, fridge in basement, dryer in basement

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    The Rooms
    LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
    MainLiving room10.82 x 11.48 ftLaminate floor, open concept, overlooks dining room
    MainDining room22.96 x 11.48 ftLaminate floor, combined with kitchen, open concept
    MainKitchen22.96 x 11.48 ftLaminate floor, stone counter, stainless steel appliances
    MainMaster bedroom10.82 x 10.50 ftLaminate floor, window
    MainSecond bedroom10.82 x 11.15 ftLaminate floor, window, closet
    MainThird bedroom7.87 x 10.50 ftLaminate floor, window, overlooks back yard
    BasementRecreation room16.73 x 19.35 ftLaminate floor, window, pot lights
    BasementFourth bedroom10.17 x 10.82 ftLaminate floor, window
    BasementFifth bedroom12.46 x 10.17 ftLaminate floor, window
    BasementDen11.51 x 8.46 ftLaminate floor

    The 'Hood

    "Greenery isn't just Pantone's color of the year for 2017, it's the main event in Toronto's Rockcliffe Smythe." (Airbnb.com)

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    The neighbourhood.

    Once home to working class factions post-World War II, Rockcliffe-Smythe still retains its humble charms while growing exponentially in popularity. Within the past ten years, the area has enjoyed a revival with the new Stockyards shopping mall and the hot Junction restaurant and bar strip nearby. Surrounded by large parks, conservation areas, schools, community centres, and the city's best golf courses, this neighbourhood is a draw for young families and young professionals alike.

    Transit.

    22 Greendale Avenue is steps to two bus lines: the 71 Runnymede and the 161 Rogers Road. Both buses connect to subway stations on Line 1.

    Expected to be completed in 2021, the multi-billion dollar Crosstown project is a light rail transit (LRT) line that will run across Eglinton Avenue between Mount Dennis (Weston Road) and Kennedy Station. This 19-kilometre corridor will include a 10-kilometre underground portion, between Keele Street and Laird Drive. The Crosstown will have up to 25 stations and stops. It will link to 54 bus routes, three subway stations and various GO Transit lines.

    Mount Dennis Station will be the western terminal station of the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, located at the intersection of Weston Road and Eglinton Avenue West.

    Public Schools Catchment.

    Dennis Avenue Community School (GR. JK-05), 17 Dennis Avenue.
    Rockcliffe Middle School (GR. 06-08), 400 Rockcliffe Boulevard.
    York Memorial Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 2690 Eglinton Avenue West.
    George Harvey Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 1700 Keele Street.

    Catholic Schools Catchment.

    Our Lady of Victory Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 70 Guestville Avenue.
    James Culnan Catholic School (French Immersion GR. 01-05), 605 Willard Avenue.
    All Saints Catholic School (Extended French, GR. 06-08), 1435 Royal York Road.
    Blessed Archbishop Romero Catholic Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 99 Humber Boulevard.
    Loretto College School (GR. 09-12), 151 Rosemount Avenue.

    Tell Me More About 22 Greendale Avenue

    Edward Wang
    Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

    Address

    311 Roncesvalles Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

    Phone

    416 588 8248 office
    416 588 5784 direct

    E-mail

    [email protected]

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    1081 Queen Street West

    1081 Queen Street West, Beaconsfield

    JUST SOLD

    1081 Queen Street West

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    Convergence of Queen & cool

    Welcome to this unique and rare opportunity to own a piece of history right in the heart of rapidly gentrifying area of West Queen West. Live in the centre of Toronto’s art scene, just few doors down from the legendary Great Hall.

    An architect’s own residence, this home has a perfect blend of style, comfort, location and artistic eccentricity. This is not your run-of-the-mill house. It’s a unique opportunity for those looking for that something truly special.

    This spacious 3-bedroom, 3-storey home features a desirable open concept centre hall floor plan and a large eat-in kitchen on the main floor. A large family room resides on the second floor, as well as a walk-out to a huge private terrace – your own retreat in the city. The third floor boasts two spacious bedrooms and a 2-piece powder room.

    The stylishly finished basement with a separate entrance has been transformed to a funky and cozy apartment, perfect for urban dwellers or young professionals.

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    The 'Hood

    Beaconsfield has always been popular with members of Toronto's arts community, who have gradually migrated to this area because of its grassroots appeal.

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    The neighbourhood.

    Beaconsfield, and the more recent "West Queen West" neighbourhood, has always been popular with members of Toronto's arts community, who have gradually migrated to this area because of its grassroots appeal. Most homes in Beaconsfield are circa 1880-1890, with stately and magnificent Victorian homes standing tall on tree-lined streets.

    Queen Street West is an eclectic mix of clothing boutiques, arts and crafts stores, and stylish restaurants; the colourful Dundas Street West strip is a mix of Portuguese restaurants, fresh fruit and vegetable markets, and mouth watering bakeries. Ossington Avenue has become a foodie destination with its high-end and five star restaurants.

    Beaconsfield is also family-friendly, with The McCormick Recreation Centre at 66 Sheridan Avenue, and the Trinity Community Recreation Centre at 155 Crawford Street. Both have an indoor pool, a gymnasium, a weight room, and a games room. McCormick also has an indoor skating rink and a tot park and a wading pool.

    Transit.

    1081 Queen Street West is easily accessible by transit, especially with the 501 Queen streetcar right outside your door. This route also runs overnight. The 504 King streetcar is also a short walk away. For quick access to Line 1, the 63 Ossington bus and 29 Dufferin bus are viable options.

    Public Schools Catchment.

    Givins/Shaw Junior Public School (GR. JK-06), 49 Givins Street.
    Alexander Muir/Gladstone Ave Junior and Senior Public School (GR. JK-08), 108 Gladstone Avenue.
    Parkdale Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 209 Jameson Avenue.

    Catholic Schools Catchment.

    Pope Francis Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 319 Ossington Avenue.
    Mary Mother of God School (GR. JK-12), 1515 Queen Street West.

    Tell Me More About 1081 Queen Street West

    Edward Wang
    Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

    Address

    311 Roncesvalles Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

    Phone

    416 588 8248 office
    416 588 5784 direct

    E-mail

    [email protected]

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    5404 Heritage Hills Boulevard, Mississauga

    SOLD IN UNDER ONE WEEK

    5404 Heritage Hills Boulevard

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    Unbeatable value and location

    Welcome to 5404 Heritage Hills Boulevard, a spacious family home boasting nearly 3700 square feet of welcoming living space (2578 square feet above grade with a finished basement). Located in an idyllic family neighbourhood in Mississauga, this detached property is just off Hurontario and minutes to Square One and City Centre. Boasting four bedrooms and three full baths, plus a main floor powder room, this house is ideal for a family with lots of room to grow.

    The main floor features bright and substantial principal rooms with hardwood floors and cozy touches like bay windows and fireplace. The kitchen with stainless steel appliances and neutral decor hosts a sunny breakfast nook and walk-out to the private back yard with deck.

    The oversized master bedroom retreat includes a walk-in closet and an ensuite bathroom that is a blank canvas just waiting to be filled in. The versatile finished basement makes a great recreation & media room, office, or home gym. This is the amazing value you've been waiting for.

    By the Numbers

    Offered at 949,000.00
    Taxes 5,397.88 (2018)
    Lot size 40.12 x 118.11 feet
    2578 sq ft + 1117 sq ft below grade
    Attached garage (2)

    About the Home

    Detached, 2-storey
    4 bedrooms
    1x5 (second), 1x4 (second), 1x4 (lower), 1x2 (main) bathrooms
    Finished basement

    More to Know

    Forced air / gas heating
    Central air
    Include stainless steel fridge, stove, range hood, dishwasher; washer and dryer, all electrical light fixtures

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    The Rooms
    LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
    GroundLiving room18.37 x 11.15 ftHardwood floor, separate room, bay window
    GroundFamily room17.06 x 10.17 ftCeramic floor, eat-in kitchen, walk-out to deck
    GroundBreakfast11.81 x 8.20 ftCeramic floor, eat-in kitchen, walk-out to deck
    GroundKitchen15.09 x 8.86 ftCeramic floor, cetnre island, pantry
    GroundDining room14.43 x 10.82 ftHardwood floor, separate room, bay window
    2ndMaster bedroom18.04 x 18.04 ftHardwood floor, walk-in closet, sunken room
    2ndSecond bedroom13.78 x 10.17 ftHardwood floor, closet, window
    2ndThird bedroom13.78 x 9.84 ftHardwood floor, closet, window
    2ndFourth bedroom13.78 x 9.84 ftHardwood floor, closet, window

    The 'Hood

    Local schools and green spaces like Heritage Hills Park, Kingsbridge Common, and McKechnie Woods make this neighbourhood popular with young and growing families.

    The neighbourhood.

    5404 Heritage Hills Boulevard is nestled on a quiet, tree-lined street that belies its proximity to the hub of Hurontario Street and Highway 403. Local schools and green spaces like Heritage Hills Park, Kingsbridge Common, and McKechnie Woods make this neighbourhood popular with young and growing families. The area also features a slew of grocery and dining options that are easily accessible on foot.

    5404 Heritage Hills Boulevard is also just a ten minute car ride (or twenty minute bus ride) to Square One Shopping Centre.

    Transit.

    5404 Heritage Hills Boulevard has a good transit score, with several bus lines servicing the area: 10 Bristol-Britannia (which runs from Meadowvale Town Centre to Square One-City Centre), 66 McLaughlin (which runs from Sheridan College to Square One-City Centre), and 315 Rick Hansen-City Centre (which connects to Square One-City Centre).

    Public Schools Catchment.

    Cooksville Creek Public School (GR. JK-05), 5100 Salishan Circle.
    Fairwind Senior Public School (GR. 06-08), 5235 Fairwind Drive.
    Rick Hansen Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 1150 Dream Crest Road.

    Catholic Schools Catchment.

    St. Hilary Elementary School (GR. JK-08), 5070 Fairwind Drive.
    St. Francis Xavier Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 50 Bristol Road West.

    Tell Me More About 5404 Heritage Hills Boulevard

    Edward Wang
    Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty

    Address

    311 Roncesvalles Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6

    Phone

    416 588 8248 office
    416 588 5784 direct

    E-mail

    [email protected]

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