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1081 Queen Street West

1081 Queen Street West, Beaconsfield

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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

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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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503 Perth Avenue

503 Perth Avenue, Weston-Pellam Park

SOLD FOR 102% OF LIST PRICE

503 Perth Avenue

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Fantastic starter home steps to the Junction Triangle

Welcome to this fantastic semi-detached home steps to the trendy up-and-coming Junction Triangle neighbourhood. Summer may be over, but you'll want this stunning entertainer's backyard for next year.

Boasting an updated and elegantly classic open concept main floor, the inviting living and dining area with showcase accent wall leads to the spacious kitchen. Featuring a large centre island and a sprawling built-in pantry, the kitchen is grandly finished with contemporary appliances and a gas range. The adjoining breakfast nook provides idyllic views of the backyard. Walk out to the impressive deck enclosed by a canopy of mature trees. This outdoor oasis is an entertainer's delight.

The cozy second floor bedrooms are generously sized with ample storage space. These bedrooms share the four piece spa-like bath with glass block window and ultra-modern fixtures. The finished basement with separate entrance and additional bathroom is perfect for a nanny or income suite conversion, or use the extra space for a recreation or hobby room.

Steps to all amenities including schools, parks, transit, and trendy new restaurants and specialty shops, 503 Perth Avenue boasts an 87 walk score. Don't miss out!

By the Numbers

Offered at 799,000.00
Taxes 2,600.54 (2016)
Lot size 17.58 x 81.85 feet
1310 sq ft +
638 sq ft below grade

About the Home

Semi-detached, 2-storey
3 bedrooms
1x4 (second), 1x3 (basement)
Finished basement with separate entrance

More to Know

Forced air / gas heating
Central air
Includes gas range, microwave, built-in dishwasher, washer, dryer, all electrical light fixtures, built-in shelves and closets

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The Rooms
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room26.76 x 13.58 ftCombined with dining room, window, tile floor
MainDining room26.76 x 13.58 ftCombined with living room, window, open concept
MainKitchen14.92 x 10.99 ftBuilt-in appliances, centre island, eat-in kitchen
2ndMaster bedroom11.74 x 11.41 ftCloset, picture window, broadloom
2ndSecond bedroom11.84 x 7.87 ftWindow, laminate floor, built-in closet
2ndThird bedroom8.04 x 13.51 ftWindow, overlooks back yard, broadloom
BasementRecreation room20.66 x 11.68 ftTile floor, fireplace, walk-out to yard
BasementLaundry7.45 x 5.67 ftTile floor

The 'Hood

Although this east end area of Toronto has grown exponentially in the past twenty years, the neighbourliness and small town friendliness that has been a Danforth-East York trademark since its formation in 1924 still remains.

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The neighbourhood.

503 Perth Avenue runs off Symington Avenue and is nestled between Dupont Street and Davenport Street. This mature west end area is flanked by lots of parks, established neighbourhood businesses, new up-and-coming stores and restaurants, as well as a myriad of day-to-day amenities like banks, grocery stores, and coffee shops.

Designated as an historical district in 1989, this family-friendly idyllic neighbourghood is steps to Earlscourt Park, which provides recreation year-round with an indoor/outdoor pool, a gymnasium, an artificial ice rink, tennis courts, and community programs for children and adults alike. Wadsworth Park, with a children's playground, and the St. Clair/Silverthorn Public Library are also within walking distance.

The Junction Triangle and St. Clair Avenue West provide residents with endless culinary delights. An eclectic mix of casual and high end cuisine is offered on both strips, along with bars, entertainment venues, and lounges.

Transit.

503 Perth Avenue is serviced by the 26 Dupont bus, as well as the 127 Davenport bus. The 26 Dupont bus connects to Line 1 (Dupont Station) and Line 2 (Jane Station), making a trip to downtown Toronto quick and efficient. This bus also runs through the Junction neighbourhood. The 127 Davenport runs north to St. Clair West.

Public Schools Catchment.

Carleton Village Junior and Senior Sports and Wellness Academy (GR. JK-08), 315 Osler Street.
Oakwood Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 991 St Clair Avenue West.
Western Technical-Commercial School (GR. 09-12), 125 Evelyn Crescent.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

St. Rita Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 178 Edwin Avenue.
St. Cecilia Catholic School (French Immersion GR. JK-08), 355 Annette Street.
St. Clare Catholic School (Extended French GR. 06-08), 124 Northcliffe Boulevard.
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 503 Perth 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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178 Alton Avenue, Leslieville

SOLD over asking IN 8 DAYS

178 Alton Avenue

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Lovely in Leslieville

Charming prime Leslieville home located right across from sprawling Greenwood Park! 178 Alton Avenue has been lovingly updated throughout with soft-hued hardwood floors on the main floor, potlights, and contemporary chef's kitchen with much coveted gas cooking. The kitchen offers a walk-out to the lush back yard oasis...just in time for summer, the perfect spot for entertaining or relaxation. There is ample light in this home, with beautiful park breezes that run throughout the house in the spring and summer months.

The perfect master bedroom features a double closet and serene views overlooking the park. Your dream designer bath awaits with elegant marble mosaic tiles paired with timelessly stylish subway tiles. The versatile basement can easily double as a family room or guest room with cozy electric fireplace and three piece bath. There's nothing to do here but move in!

In addition to the beautiful, quiet back yard retreat, 178 Alton Avenue also boasts the best front yard in the city with Greenwood Park! Greendwood Park is a verdant 6.2 hectare park with two ball diamonds, a multi-purpose sports field, a dog off-leash area, a community garden, a splash pad, a children's playground, and a great outdoor pool. There is also a covered outdoor artificial ice rink available in the winter for skating, and used for ball hockey in the summer. The ice skating trail located beside the ice rink is one of a growing number of skating trails found within the City of Toronto. This home is in the sweet spot of Leslieville, close to the best restaurants and bars on Queen Street East and Gerrard Street, and a short walk to the Beach and the Leslieville Farmer's Market.

By the Numbers

Offered at 799,000.00
Taxes 3256.97 (2018)
Lot size 14.83 x 78 feet
1 right-of-way parking

About the Home

Semi-detached, 2-storey
2 bedrooms
1x4 (second), 1x3 (basement) bathrooms
Forced air / gas heating, central air
Partly finished basement

More to Know

Includes fridge, gas stove, built-in dishwasher, microwave/range hood, all electric light fixtures and ceiling fans, all window coverings, electric fireplace in the basement, barbecue
Rental hot water tank

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The Rooms
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room12.33 x 11.68 ftOverlooks park, hardwood floor, pot lights
MainDining room11.15 x 12.14 ftHardwood floor, pot lights, separate room
MainKitchen15.74 x 8.43 ftWalk-out to yard, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floor
2ndMaster bedroom12.40 x 10.04 ftOverlooks park, broadloom, double closet
2ndBedroom12.46 x 7.38 ftBroadloom, overlooks garden, closet
BasementRecreation room12.50 x 12.07 ftElectric fireplace, pot lights, 3-piece bath

The 'Hood

At once trendy, hip and urban, and yet ultra indie and eco-conscious, Leslieville is eclectic, stylish, and diverse.

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The neighbourhood.

At once trendy, hip and urban, and yet ultra indie and eco-conscious, Leslieville 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.

Foodies rejoice: 178 Alton Avenue is just steps to Gerrard Street East and Queen Street West, where some of the trendiest Toronto restaurants reside. Specialty breweries co-exist with hot brunch spots, take out joints, organic grocers, and gastropubs. Plenty of outdoor space and the Beach nearby keeps you playing all year round. The local Farmer's Market is also a popular draw.

Transit.

178 Alton Avenue is conveniently located two blocks away from the 506 Carlton streetcar. It is also a short walk to the 501 Queen streetcar, which runs between Long Branch and Neville Park twenty-four hours a day. The home is also a few blocks from the 31 Greenwood bus, which connects to Greenwood Subway station on Line 2.

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.
Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute (GR. 09-12), 800 Greenwood Avenue.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

St. Joseph Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 176 Leslie Street.
St. Brigid Catholic School (French Immersion GR. JK-SK), 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.

Tell Me More About 178 Alton 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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208 Coleridge Avenue, Woodbine-Lumsden

SOLD OVER ASKING IN 7 DAYS

208 Coleridge Avenue

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Fairy tales do come true

The search for our storybook home is over with this adorably charming detached home on the Danforth. 208 Coleridge Avenue features a bright, open concept living room and a spacious eat-in kitchen. Sliding doors lead out to an oversized deck and idyllic landscaped back yard -- perfect for enchanting outdoor parties and summer barbecues.

The second floor boasts a generously sized master bedroom with double closets, a versatile second bedroom, and renovated four piece bath. The recently finished basement with two-piece powder room is the ideal media / family room.

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.

By the Numbers

Offered at 699,900.00
Taxes 2479.52 (2017)
Lot size 16.5 x 95 feet
905 sq ft + 391 sq ft below grade

About the Home

Detached, 2-storey
2 bedrooms
1x4 (second), 1x2 (basement) bathrooms
Forced air / gas heating, central air

More to Know

Includes fridge, stove, built-in stainless steel dishwasher, microwave, washer, dryer, all electric light fixtures, all window coverings, backyard shed
Rental hot water tank

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The Rooms
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room13.12 x 12.14 ftWood floor, overlooks front yard, separate room
MainDining room13.12 x 11.81 ftCombined with kitchen, walk-out to deck, eat-in kitchen
MainKitchen13.2 x 11.81 ftBuilt-in appliances, combined with dining room, family size kitchen
2ndMaster bedroom13.45 x 11.81 ftHardwood floor, double closet, east view
2ndSecond bedroom8.53 x 11.48 ftHardwood floor, closet, overlooks back yard
BasementFamily room11.81 x 11.81 ftVinyl floor, 2-piece bath, pot lights

The 'Hood

Now, more than ever, this area has gained traction as one of the hottest neighbourhoods for real estate.

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The neighbourhood.

The east Toronto neighbourhood of Woodbine-Lumsden has long been maligned as one of the city's less popular destinations, but that's come to an end thanks to an influx of young families, professionals, and new businesses flocking to the neighbourhood. Now, more than ever, this area has gained traction as one of the hottest neighbourhoods for real estate. Despite the newfound attraction, Woodbine-Lumsden still maintains its charming community feel.

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 Catchment.

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 Catchment.

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.

Tell Me More About 208 Coleridge 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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27 Clark Street

27 Clark Street, Riverside

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Outside the (condo) box

Looking for something outside the condo box? You've found it in this unique freehold townhome located in the heart of the bustling Riverside neighbourhood. This is the perfect condo alternative without the fees!

Entertainers rejoice with the bright, open and spacious main floor, featuring a living / dining area with soft-hued solid hardwood floors, gas fireplace, and walk-out to private terrace. The open concept kitchen with stainless steel appliances and tons of cupboard and counter space offers the ideal place to try that new recipe.

The second floor grand master bedroom retreat boasts a full ensuite bathroom, walk-in closet and laundry, and a spacious terrace overlooking the treetops. Summer may be over, but you will love the three separate outdoor terraces this home offers for many seaons to come. Private parking is included. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity!

By the Numbers

Offered at 599,000.00
Taxes 4,057.70 (2018)
Lot size 13.6 x 77.99 feet
1194 square feet

About the Home

Townhouse, 2-storey
1 bedroom
1x4 (second), 1x2 (main) bathrooms

1 parking space

More to Know

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

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The Rooms
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room11.81 x 14.76 ftWalk-out to deck, gas fireplace, hardwood floor
MainDining room8.86 x 8.86 ftHardwood floor, open concept, 3-piece bath
MainKitchen11.81 x 9.18 ftBuilt-in appliances, hardwood floor, window
SecondMaster bedroom12.14 x 20.99 ftWalk-out to deck, walk-in closet, ensuite bath

The 'Hood

This large and diverse community has grown in the past decade, and has quickly become one of the city's top cultural, culinary, and arts hub.

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The neighbourhood.

Home to an edgy arts community, Riverside is gallery and studio central. From the myriad art galleries that line Queen Street East to the Studio District along the waterfront, the neighbourhood is a haven in a city gone mad for unique design and creative expression. Riverside is the gateway to Toronto's east-end neighbourhoods. This large and diverse community has grown in the past decade, and has quickly become one of the city's top cultural, culinary, and arts hub. Riverside is home to The Opera House, over 120 boutiques and services including original fashion creations, eclectic home design and décor, and plenty of trendy restaurants featuring award-winning chefs. It's also a host to many historic sites, two community centres, public art installations, and festivals.

This urban neighbourhood is also blessed with an abundant of parkland where one can escape the hustle and bustle of big city living. Riverdale Park is one of the largest green spaces in the city. Its steep hills are a favourite for tobogganers. Withrow Park is a neighbourhood meeting place with a popular farmers market. Top ranked schools, great shopping, and convenient access to transit have attracted many families to this popular neighbourhood.

Transit.

27 Clark Street is flanked by the 505 Dundas streetcar to the north, the 501 Queen streetcar to the south, and the 8 Broadview bus to the west. Broadview Avenue also services the 504 King streetcar. Proximity to these lines means a short trip to the Financial District, downtown Toronto, the Entertainment District, the Distillery District, St. Lawrence Market, Leslieville, the Beach, and more.

Public Schools Catchment.

Dundas Junior Public School (GR. JK-05), 935 Dundas Street East.
Queen Alexandra Middle School (GR. 06-08), 181 Broadview Avenue.
Riverdale Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 1094 Gerrard Street East.
Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute (GR. 09-12), 800 Greenwood Avenue.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

Holy Name Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 690 Carlaw 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.

Tell Me More About 27 Clark 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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33 Wascana Avenue, Corktown

SOLD OVER ASKING IN 6 DAYS

33 Wascana Avenue

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Completely redesigned & re-imagined

Completely redesigned and re-imagined townhouse in the historic Corktown neighborhood!  This oversized executive home boasts 2237 square feet of total living space that has been recently transformed into the lap of luxury with no detail overlooked.

The newly renovated open concept kitchen with European-inspired kitchen cabinets features a large centre island addition with double-edged waterfall countertop. High end appliances include GE Monogram series dishwasher, stove and professional grade induction range, down draft range hood, and Sub-Zero integrated fridge and freezer.

A bright and open living/dining room with soaring ceilings awaits, complemented by extensive windows and glass doors overlooking the recently installed low maintenance patio deck.  Summer entertaining will be a cinch.

The second floor contains a versatile 200 square foot bonus room that is currently used as a cozy family / media room, but can be easily converted into another bedroom.  It also features a generously sized 2nd bedroom with spacious walk-through closet and stylishly remodeled ensuite bath.

The third floor has been ingeniously revamped into a master bedroom retreat.  Originally two separate bedrooms, this master’s floor now offers a quiet and private sanctuary away from the hustles and bustles of city living.  Some of the notable highlights of this floor include a large spa-like three piece ensuite bath with rain shower, stylish sliding barn doors and custom hardware, vaulted ceilings, an ample closet/den area (originally a separate bedroom), built-in speakers, and custom shelves and storage solutions.

A stylish powder room with designer wallpaper and polished faucets, mirror and vanity can be found on the lower level, along with a multi-purpose family room with wet bar, large laundry room with cabinetry and laundry sink, and plenty of storage areas.

INTEGRATED SMART HOME TECHNOLOGIES: 12 in-wall speakers, Lutron motorized window shades and Lutron light switches, Nest Thermostat, and Nest outdoor camera and Nest Protect alarms on each floor.

CHATTELS INCLUDED: GE Monogram (fridge, dishwasher, stove and convection oven, induction cooktop), Best downdraft range hood, Sub-Zero fridge/freezer, Electrolux washer & dryer, fridge and freezer in the laundry room, Lutron window shades and light switches, Nest thermostat, Nest outdoor camera and protect alarms, central vacuum (as is), built-in speakers, all electric light fixtures (except for chandelier in master bedroom), master bedroom closet system, 2 white shelves above the TV in family room, furnace. Hot water tank rental. Exclude chandelier in master bedroom and all wall-mounted TVs.

By the Numbers

Offered at 999,000.00
Taxes 4,700.32 (2019)
Lot size 14.33 x 67.85 feet
1701 sq ft + 536 sq ft below grade

About the Home

Townhouse, 3-storey
3+1 bedrooms
1x4 (second), 1x3 (third), 1x2 (in between) bathrooms

More to Know

Forced air / gas heating
Central air
1 parking space
Finished basement

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The Rooms
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room14.10 x 13.45 ftHardwood floor, walk-out to deck, pot lights
MainDining room9.84 x 10.82 ftHardwood floor, open concept, overlooks living room
MainKitche14.10 x 8.53 ftModern kitchen, centre island, open concept
MainFoyer10.17 x 4.59 ftTile floor, open concept, overlooks dining room
2ndFamily room14.10 x 13.78 ftHardwood floor, overlooks patio, west view
2ndBedroom14.43 x 13.78 ftEast view, ensuite bath, closet
3rdMaster bedroom13.45 x 13.12 ftEnsuite bath, vaulted ceiling, hardwood floor
3rdOffice9.51 x 12.79 ftCloset organizers, vaulted ceiling, west view
LowerFamily room18.70 x 13.45 ftWet bar, broadloom
LowerLaundry room12.14 x 8.53 ftPantry, laundry sink

The 'Hood

This area has the distinct advantage of encompassing a small town community feel right in the heart of the city.

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The neighbourhood.

Originally established in the 1800s, Corktown is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Toronto, deriving its namesake from the Cork County Irish immigrants who settled in the area. Centuries later, Corktown still retains its charms with tree-lined streets, pretty parkettes, and eclectic homes. But it has also embraced the slew of artisanal stores, gourmet restaurants, and inspired shops that line the commercial strip on Queen Street East. This area has the distinct advantage of encompassing a small town community feel right in the heart of the city.

At 18 acres, Corktown Common, the centrepiece of the emerging West Don Lands, is the largest park in the neighbourhood. This active, vibrant park offers something for everyone. The playgrounds, splash pad, athletic field and open lawns can be used for informal gatherings or organized activities. The flexible outdoor space, tables, benches, BBQ and fireplace offer welcoming spots for people to meet and socialize.

Corktown residents enjoy the luxury of being located within walking distance of notable landmarks the St. Lawrence Market and the Distillery District. Young families love the kid-friendly amenities, including the Sackville playground, the St. Lawrence Community Centre, and the John Innes Community Recreation Centre.

Transit.

33 Wascana Avenue is just steps to the 501 Queen streetcar, as well as the 504 King streetcar. Both routes connect to the Line 1 subway station, making a downtown commute easy and quick. The 65 Parliament bus is also just a few blocks away; the bus connects to Line 2 from the Castle Frank subway station.

Public Schools Catchment.

Nelson Mandela Park Public School (GR. JK-08), 440 Shuter Street.
Jarvis Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 495 Jarvis Street.
Central Technical School (GR. 09-12), 725 Bathurst Street.
Central Toronto Academy (GR. 09-12), 570 Shaw Street.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 444 Sherbourne Street.
St. Paul Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 80 Sackville Street.
St. Michael Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 50 George Street South.
St. Joseph's College School (GR. 09-12), 74 Wellesley Street West.
St Michael's Choir School (GR. 09-12), 67 Bond Street.

Tell Me More About 33 Wascana 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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19 Somers Avenue

19 Somers Avenue, Danforth Village

SOLD FOR 119% OF LIST PRICE IN 7 DAYS

19 Somers Avenue

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Bright & charming renovated family home

Welcome to this renovated three bedroom family home on a quiet street, just steps to Donlands Station and great restaurants and shops on the Danforth.

Featuring a desirable open concept layout, the main floor is bright and cheerful with soft-hued hardwood floors, pot lights, and a charming exposed brick accent wall. The modern living and dining area lead to the renovated kitchen with breakfast bar; decked out with contemporary cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and granite counters, the kitchen is sure to impress. Walk out to the oversized deck and landscaped back yard with handy 200 square foot shed. The main floor is the perfect space for entertaining year round.

Three family-sized bedrooms can be found on the second floor, including the notable master bedroom with soaring vaulted ceilings. The full, finished basement is cozy with real wood paneling and a wet bar. This versatile space would make a great family room or kids' play area.

By the Numbers

Offered at 799,000.00
Taxes 3,377.46 (2016)
Lot size 17.5 x 101.08 feet
1100-1500 sq ft
Mutual drive (shared)

About the Home

Semi-detached, 2-storey
3 bedrooms
1x4 (second), 1x2 (basement)
Finished basement
Forced air / gas heating
Central air

More to Know

Includes stainless steel fridge, stove, microwave/rangehood, built-in dishwasher; washer/dryer, electric light fixtures, window coverings, central vacuum and attachments, gas burner and equipment, central air conditioner, backyard shed, PAX wardrobe system, front hall coat closet

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The Rooms
LevelRoomDimensionsDescription
MainLiving room25.49 x 9.74 ftStained glass, open concept, hardwood floor
MainDining room25.49 x 9.74 ftCombined with living room, breakfast bar, hardwood floor
MainKitchen12.50 x 8.50 ftStainless steel appliances, granite counter, walk-out to yard
2ndMaster bedroom12.92 x 11.74 ftVaulted ceiling, closet, hardwood floor
2ndSecond bedroom13.15 x 7.74 ftOverlooks back yard, wall sconce lighting, hardwood floor
2ndThird bedroom10.66 x 7.84 ftMirrored closet, window, hardwood floor
BasementRecreation room21.42 x 12.33 ftWet bar, closet, broadloom
BasementLaundry14.66 x 7.35 ftStainless steel sink, built-in shelves, tile floor

The 'Hood

Although this east end area of Toronto has grown exponentially in the past twenty years, the neighbourliness and small town friendliness that has been a Danforth-East York trademark since its formation in 1924 still remains.

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The neighbourhood.

An abundance of parks, schools, and amenities have led young families to flock to Danforth-East York, making this a vibrant and emerging neighbouhood conveniently a few minutes' drive to the core of the city. Although this east end area of Toronto has grown exponentially in the past twenty years, the neighbourliness and small town friendliness that has been a Danforth-East York trademark since its formation in 1924 still remains.

Danforth-East York is well known for its colourful array of fruit markets, bakeries, coffee shops, clothing and accessory stores, and Toronto's best selection of Greek restaurants on the Danforth. The annual Taste of the Danforth festival, run by a committee of volunteers from the local community, draws upwards of 1.65 million attendees annually.

There's never a dull moment in this family-friendly neighbourhood, with several community centres offering free recreation programs and events. Year-round activities span from ice skating at Dieppe Park to indoor swims at the East York Community Centre to outdoor swims and impromptu baseball games at Stan Wadlow Park to tennis at The East York Tennis Club.

This home is minutes to Aldwych Park at Donlands Avenue and Mortimer Avenue. The idyllic park features a splash pad and children's playground, and enjoys its reputation for being one of the best family-friendly parks in the city.

Transit.

19 Somers Avenue is just four blocks away from Donlands Station (Line 2), which easily connects to Bloor-Yonge (Line 1). Access to downtown and uptown Toronto has never been easier. Two bus lines service Donlands Station: 56 Leaside connects northwards to Eglinton Station, while 83 Jones connects southward to the Lake Shore.

Public Schools Catchment.

Chester Elementary School (GR. JK-05), 115 Gowan Avenue.
Westwood Middle School (GR. 06-08), 994 Carlaw Avenue.
East York Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 650 Cosburn Avenue.
Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute (GR. 09-12), 800 Greenwood Avenue.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

Holy Cross Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 299A Donlands Avenue.
St. Agatha Catholic School (GR. JK-08 French Immersion), 49 Cathedral Bluffs Drive.
Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 2 St Andrew's Boulevard.
Father Henry Carr Catholic Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 1760 Martin Grove.
Monsignor Percy Johnson Catholic Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 2170 Kipling Avenue.

Tell Me More About 19 Somers 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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