Just the Facts
About the Property
Best of Both Worlds in the Heart of Davisville Village
Get the very best of both worlds in this two bedroom townhouse in the heart of Davisville Village.
Just steps from Yonge St, south of Davisville, close to restaurants, coffee shops and the subway, this modern town fronts onto Merton Street. Full city life on a tree lined street. Well played.
Open concept living space perfect for entertaining, with high ceilings and glass on the staircase gives this townhouse the kind of magazine-spread look that makes guests gush. Outfitted with finishes like Caesarstone, stainless steel and dark wood, there’s nothing to update, except your mailing address.
Oh, and the oasis-like bathroom and walk-in closet on your “nice to have” list? Done and done. (The main bath even has a separate tub and walk-in glass shower).
There’s so much to love, we made a list so you don’t miss anything.
Things we LOVE
- Open concept kitchen/living perfect for entertaining
- Breakfast bar for lazy Sunday mornings
- Caesarstone counter-tops
- Stainless steel appliances
- Hardwood floors throughout (engineered)
- High ceilings let in lots of light
- Main floor powder room
- Master with walk-in closet
- Separate tub and gorgeous walk-in glass shower
- Large terrace for dining al fresco
- Fronts onto Merton but just steps to Yonge Street & Davisville Village
About Davisville Village
Davisville Village, centred around Yonge & Davisville, sits sandwiched between St. Clair and Eglinton Avenue. John Davis founded Davisville in 1940, when he opened the first post office in the area and served as the post-master. Today, this building houses a (very popular) Starbucks and is flanked by flower shops, boutique cafes, salons, small stores and office buildings. Davisville Village is considered one of Toronto’s swanky ‘Midtown’ neighbourhoods.
Davisville Village residents are generally young professionals, young couples and single families attracted to the quiet of the area and proximity to services, some nightlife, TTC, major roads and parks. In warmer months many families in the area attend the Davisville Tennis Club (just off Mount Pleasant & Davisville) for racquet sports and lessons.
Families who live in the Davisville Village area are also close to a handful of good schools including Greenwood College school, Sunnybrook school, the Toronto Prep school and Northern Secondary school.
Popular hot spots in Davisville include: The Red Lantern, Duke of Kent, Bull & Firkin, Lil’Baci restaurant, Tabule restaurant, Positano Restaurant, the LCBO, Starbucks and Fiorio Beauty Academy.