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Unfinished | Walkout

Square Feet:

1,294 + 698 Lower Level

Lot Size:

25 x 123


Front pad


Mount Pleasant West



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About the Property

Exceptional Craftsmanship & Traditional Details: 150 Manor Road East


This home sits pretty in Toronto’s sought-after Mount Pleasant Village.


Tucked-in with front pad parking, front porch, large back patio, and picture-perfect manicured backyard, if the curb appeal doesn’t get you…the inside will.


Indoors, exceptional craftsmanship and original woodworking are everywhere. Exposed unpainted wooden trim frame doors and windows with natural appeal.  An original mantle, retrofitted with gas fireplace, acts as the centrepiece to a cozy living room. Natural light floods the space, pouring in from a wall of street-facing windows. French doors add separation between living and dining spaces. Hardwood flooring extends throughout. A gleaming wooden banister leads you from the main floor upstairs to 3 spacious bedrooms and a generously sized 4 piece bathroom.


Every turn of this home has been carefully crafted and beautifully maintained. In fact, it’s received an above-average home inspection – no surprise there.


Steps to bakeries, cafes, pubs, boutique shopping, transit, parks, and more.

What we LOVE:

  1. Beautifully manicured front and back gardens. Unwind after a long day in outdoor privacy or entertain guests moving from kitchen to back patio through French Doors. (powder room off kitchen!)
  2. Exceptional craftsmanship. Exposed woodwork and original fixtures made with a level of skill and attention to detail that is rare to see these days!
  3. A dry, unfinished basement with separate entrance make it ideal for a nanny, rental, or in-law suite. Renovate the space to your liking, maybe even help payoff your mortgage by renting the basement as an apartment post-reno.
  4. Front. Pad. Parking. In a city that has scarce parking, having your own private spot for your car makes for a soft landing at the end of any commute! (However, with a Walk Score of 97, leave the car spot for guests, you could technically walk everywhere!)
  5. Location. Location. Location. Living here you’re steps to high-end shopping boutiques, amazing bakeries and restaurants, parks, schools, transit, highways, and more. There’s no reason to leave the tree-lined streets of Mount Pleasant Village.


Mount Pleasant Village


It’s no surprise that Mount Pleasant Village continues to grow in popularity. Proximity to schools, transit, patios, parks, bakeries, upscale boutiques, and cafes, make this a neighbourhood that is likeable and walkable.


It’s not just the 97/100 Walk Score that attracts Buyers. This is also a place that has character amidst a sea of ‘sameness’. Bookended by apartment buildings, built in the 1960’s, and the modern cityscape of Yonge Street, the predominantly edwardian-style or new-build architecture typical of the neighbourhood is held by tree-lined streets seemingly hidden away from the outside hustle-bustle.


There is a sense of community and pride of ownership here. As a resident, you’ll have easy access downtown, uptown, east or west. But, as you’ll soon find out, there’s very little reason (outside of obligation) to go anywhere else.

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Halina Bucchino, Broker


: 416-822-5976