Just the Facts
12 x 100
Private | Laneway
About the Property
Classic Victorian Row in the Heart of Leslieville
This charmer is classic Leslieville–one of the city’s best neighbourhoods for young families–and sits on one of those tree-lined dead-end streets that could only be Toronto!
9 Things We About This Leslieville Home:
Location! Right in the heart of Leslieville. Surrounded by restaurants, shops, cafes and schools. You’ll never be bored
Parking: Easy laneway parking–no fighting for a street spot
The backyard: quiet, green and private, perfect for summer BBQs
The character: this century-old row house may be modern where it counts (e.g no knob & tube wiring!), but there’s plenty of original charm left, from original hardwood to exposed brick chimneys for long-gone wood stoves
The street: the dead-end street means no traffic, and mature trees and lovingly maintained brick Victorian facades line the entire street
The kitchen your friends will be jealous of: from the deep sink and tons of storage, to the exposed brick and french doors opening right onto your back deck
Two washrooms (including an elusive main floor powder room!)
It’s difficult to sum-up what makes the Leslieville neighbourhood so fantastic in only a few paragraphs…but we will try!
But before we get into all that, let’s pin-point where Leslieville is – with relation to the vast city that is ‘Greater Toronto’. Leslieville is east of the Don River, bounded by the Canadian National railway line and Gerrard Street to the north, Empire Avenue to the west, Eastern Avenue to south, and Coxwell Avenue to the east. Got that? If you’re a little confused, just think of Leslieville as being east of Parliament, North of the Beach(es) and south of Gerrard street.