Just the Facts
About the Property
Life Looks Good at 15 Sousa Mendes TH202
When you imagine your life in the Junction, does it come with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, on two floors, with an enviable master bedroom with two closets? Then you’re home at 15 Sousa Mendes. This 1070 square ft. open concept stacked townhouse has “The It Factor” in spades. You’ll enjoy high end finishes like a rainfall showerhead in the ensuite, granite counters and hardwood inside; and a private terrace outside, ideal for dining alfresco with spring just around the corner. This is an ideal home for anyone looking for stress-free, minimalist living that doesn’t cramp your style. Look down to see more of what we LOVE about this townhouse (below).
Things we ❤
- Open concept kitchen/living/dining
- Breakfast bar
- Granite countertops
- 9ft ceilings
- Stainless steel appliances
- Hardwood floors throughout (engineered)
- Juliette balcony off living room
- Huge pantry with rough-in for powder room if you want
- Master with two closets – yes two of them – one is a walk-in
- Master ensuite with rainfall showerhead
- Good sized 2nd bedroom w/o to terrace
- Large terrace
The Lowdown on Junction Triangle
The Junction Triangle is a tiny neighbourhood that is sandwiched in between the Junction and Bloordale village. It has become the home to many (very lucky) Torontonians and is also host to many successful Canadian start-ups like Ubisoft and Freshbooks.
The ‘Triangle’ in ‘Junction Triangle’ – defined by its clear-cut borders of railway tracks on all 3 sides – serves up a wide range of local business offerings: Halo Brewery, Yoga Yoga, Urban Acorn Market, TuckShop Kitchen, Hello Darling, Katzman Contemporary, Boulderz Climbing…the list goes on.
If the Junction Triangle “proper” grows tiresome, just head on over to neighbouring hot spots in Roncesvalles Village and High park. Seriously, it’s very hard to feel disappointed in this unique, and highly sought-after, slice of the city.
Construction, new business, and support ‘shop local’ mentality will continue to bring new faces and businesses to the neighbourhood – a neighbourhood, that embraces the young, the old, families, newlyweds, swinging-singles, loners, and socialites – all at once.
If the Junction Triangle “proper” grows tiresome, residents just head-on over to visit neighbouring hot spots in Roncesvalles Village and High Park. And yet, it’s very hard to feel disappointed in this unique, and highly sought-after, slice of the city--an area that is consistently touched with the brilliance, innovation, and smart design, traditional of a modern-day rebirth.
Construction, new business, and support ‘shop local’ mentality will continue to drive flocks of buyers to this neighbourhood--a neighbourhood that embraces the young, the old, families, newlyweds, swinging-singles, loners, and socialites – all at once.