Just the Facts
June 6th 2019
Finished including 4th bedroom
25.5 x 125
Parking Pad for 2 cars; detached shed
High Park, Toronto
About the Property
This detached brick home has been completely redone and is ready for what’s next. The back-to-the-studs reno (with permits) has transformed this space. Everything is new – even the windows! You’re going to love the open concept main floor, perfect for day-to-day life, and for large family gatherings. The kitchen is a chef’s delight, with a large island with seating for a quick bite, or set the table in the dining room and gather the whole crowd.
Upstairs, you’ll find three good-sized bedrooms with big windows showing off a beautiful tree canopy view to the south. Head down to the basement for a 4th bedroom, a four-piece bath and family room– perfect for a teenager or for a nanny/in-law suite.
Then head outside to the deep backyard with lots of sun, thanks to the southern exposure. The double shed in the back has the potential to be a garage or work studio, and there is a 2-car parking pad. Of course, there’s no need to drive with great transit options steps away. Situated on the cusp of High Park North, bordering on The Junction, you get the best that both neighbourhoods have to offer, with good school options and world famous High Park just down the road.
What are the 5 best things about this home?
- Very bright and airy
- Open concept main floor
- Finished basement with bedroom and four-piece bath for nanny/in-law suite or teenager bedroom
- Everything is shiny and new
- Two-car parking pad in the rear
About The Neighboorhood & Lifestyle
With winding, hilly avenues lined Victorians and Edwardians, shaded by a tree canopy that has stood watch for close to 100 years, it’s easy to see why people love this neighbourhood. Here, you have the proximity of the park, and the urban charm of the Junction just to the north. With craft breweries, exceptional restaurants, cool shop, and a vibe unlike any other in the city, the Junction just keeps getting better. And when you’re looking for more sedate charm, Bloor West Village is just down the way.
High Park, Toronto
Ask anyone about High Park and the reaction is positive. What’s not to like? Winding, tree-lined streets, heritage homes, a strong sense of community, family-oriented, and locally-inclined, this is a place for anyone who has ever wanted ‘it all’.