Just the Facts
About the Property
Easy Living on the Beltline
Think you have to spend millions in Forest Hill to back on the Beltline? Guess again.
Built in 2005, these freehold townhouses are home to young professionals and families who want to live their lives instead of dealing with century-old house problems. But better than the low-maintenance ease of a townhouse (but freehold–no condo fees!), and even better than this family neighbourhood only minutes from the subway and 401… you have one of the city’s best parks as your backyard. Literally.
The Beltline trail isn’t like most other “parks” – it’s a 9km linear park that takes you walking, jogging, cycling or dog-walking–through some of the best (and greenest) areas of the city. And it’s your backyard. (OK, on the other side of your backyard fence).
But what else do we love about this home?
The tons of natural light
Outdoor space: both a front porch and backyard, with the only thing beyond your fence is the Beltline
Four spacious bedrooms – or is it 5? Lower rec/office could easily be used as a 5th bedroom.
Two parking spots: one of them a built-in garage with direct access to the home
The Toronto downtown skyline view of from the 3rd floor juliette balcony
The playground and kids splash pad right around the corner–no streets to cross!
The quiet traffic-free cul de sac, where the only cars are your neighbours’
Quick access to transportation: The Allen and 401 are super close…not to mention the Eglinton W TTC stop within walking distance, and the future Eglinton Crosstown LRT
The backyard oasis, with not a car to be heard or exhaust to smell