Everything you love about a house, without the maintenance
We hear people talking about condo alternatives, but what about house alternatives? Nestled in a neighbourhood with mostly century-old character homes in a gated complex, this fab condo-townhouse is an end unit – so it’s like a semi with no neighbour on one side. It’s big and bright with 1740sqft of space. There’s enough room to live and work comfortably with three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
But that’s just the beginning. There is also a total of 3 floors of living space, a gas fireplace and tons of storage. This extra-wide plan is 20ft wide so you don’t feel that ‘tunnel vibe’ that’s so common in TO. It has a real, private backyard, (one of only 4 units in the complex with this feature) and two balconies for even more outside space. Plus, it has a private garage that opens into the unit.
5 Things We Love
- A real private backyard.
- Three floors of space & separation.
- A private garage that opens right into the unit
- A quiet residential location with a view overlooking century-old character homes
- A super convenient downtown location a short walk to Little Italy, the subway (Dufferin), Dufferin Mall
About Little Portugal
Whether you call it by its official name Brockton Village, or what the locals call it, Little Portugal, this neighbourhood is best described by Blog TO: “it oozes creativity, community and fun.”
Ideally located with the best of West Queen West and newly-hip Dundas West, and just a short walk from the coolness of Ossington and Roncesvalles, this neighbourhood has something for singles, couples and families alike.
Burgeoning Dundas West has recently become popular with Toronto’s trendy restaurateurs and is now home to some of the city’s most exciting restaurants and bars. From vintage shops to yoga studios to a not-to-be-missed street festival, the future of Dundas West is bright.
Head East and you’ll find yourself in Little Italy, one of the most happening neighbourhoods in this city. With its popular (and delicious) restaurants, cafes, bakeries, clothing stores, shoe boutiques, and retro record shops, it’s no wonder. With so much to do at every turn, it is also (surprisingly) one of the more relaxing areas to be. Little Italy puts the “Dolce Far Niente” (Sweet of nothing = sweet idleness) in a city that is always on-the-go. Here, you’ll find public libraries, indoor and outdoor pools, parks galore, well regarded elementary and high schools, grocery stores and boutique shopping.
If you’re looking to stock up on essentials head North to Dufferin Mall, in neighbouring Dufferin Grove. You’ll also find the community favourite Dufferin Park here.