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1,066 + 280 sqft terrace




Junction Triangle



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About the Property

Come for the townhouse, stay for the terrace


Sometimes you find a house that checks all the boxes. This townhouse gets checks, happy faces and gold stars. It’s gorgeous with designer-eye high end finishes throughout – over $25k in builder upgrades. It’s bright thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows. It’s green, with smart thermostat and energy efficient laundry and more. It has lots and lots of space, including a den on the main floor. Don’t forget the spa-like master bathroom. The kitchen? Swoon. This townhouse has more usable floor space than others in the complex – YAY for custom floorplans!


And then…there’s the terrace. Sigh. The terrace is huge. It has lovely custom built cedar planter boxes & AC cover box. Plus there’s an unfinished bonus area beside the terrace that could be turned into a den or office – or stay as-is for onsite storage. This is stress-free, minimalist living at it’s very best.  


Five things we love, love, love about this house:

1. The roof-top terrace is to die for
2. Amazing open floor plan with floor to ceiling windows for natural light for days
3. Bonus den area on main living floor
4. Second bathroom for guests
5. Extra bonus area adjacent to terrace with potential – Turn it into a den or enjoy it unfinished as fancy storage onsite.


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 it’s 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 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.


Kristin Shensel, Broker


: 416-938-0658