Lush, serene boutique living in Rosedale.
This light, bright 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo is surrounded by idyllic ravines, overlooking the tree-lined streets of coveted Rosedale.
With only 33 units, this boutique building is quiet, accessible and is an easy walk or ride to the best Toronto has to offer. The layout is versatile and there is plenty of room to place furniture throughout the space to suit your style.
This condo has parquet hardwood floors and ensuite laundry. The kitchen has new butcher block counters and plenty of cupboard space. There’s a spacious balcony where you can sit and take in the sights of the neighbourhood. You’ll find roomy closets in the bedrooms and the main bedroom has an ensuite powder room.
The main bath has been updated in a neutral palette, and the rest of the suite has the opportunity to add your own style or upgrade.
The Somerset offers the opportunity to move into one of Toronto’s most loved neighbourhoods or stay in an area you already love in a space that is easy to care for.
The unit includes one parking and one locker.
The Summerset is a boutique, low-rise building, built in 1972. There are breathtaking ravine views, parkland and the tree-lined streets of coveted Rosedale-Moore Park. This building is just three stories, and has only 33 units. Amenities include a party room and visitor parking. There is also a security system and inclusive maintenance fees that cover cable tv, water, heat, common elements and building insurance.
5 Things We Love
- It’s affordable for the neighbourhood, surrounded by stately homes.
- The setting is very serene and lush. The building backs onto the ravine and the entire area has lots of mature trees throughout.
- It’s in a friendly, quiet building with only 33 units.
- It’s move-in ready, with the opportunity to make it your own.
- There is a great deal of storage – roomy bedroom closets, a front hall closet and a locker.
There’s so much to love about Rosedale! This is one of Canada’s wealthiest communities and a very competitive Real Estate market to break into! Stately and picturesque homes have grandeur and old-world charm.
The meandering roads, charming cul-de-sacs, local ravines (preserved as parkland), pedestrian-friendly streets, and professionally-manicured lawns, make this one of the most calming and highly walkable ‘hoods in the city.
Branksome Hall, a popular girl’s private school is a popular option for many local families looking for alternative schooling. There are also great public school options in the neighbourhood.
Rosedale has excellent access to TTC, major roadways (Yonge Street, Mount Pleasant, the Don Valley Parkway), schools, boutiques, restaurants, pubs, cafes, and salons. You’ll find the closest groceries on Sherbourne but Bloor St offers Longos, McEwans and Eataly. Popular local hot spots include The Rosedale Diner, The Quail & Firkin, Starbucks, Black Camel (best sandwiches in Rosedale hands-down!), Tuck Shop Trading Co, Ani & Wren, 6 by Gee Beauty, and WANT Apothecary (to name a few).