Meet at the Corner of Potential and Possibility | 479 Hopewell Ave
Just the Facts
22 x 105
Briar Hill - Belgravia
About the Property
Meet at the corner of potential and possibility
There are countless ways to make your dream home come true with this two bedroom, one bathroom bungalow in Briar Hill. Located on a huge 22 by 105 corner lot across from Walter Saunders Memorial Park, this cute, well-maintained home is ripe with potential. It’s close to schools, shopping and new transit expansion.
This cozy home has all the original features intact, including beautiful gumwood trim, mantel and stained glass. And an open plan living and dining area. So if you love the character, you could move in, finish the basement for more space or income suite and enjoy!
You might decide to take a bigger step and go up. Adding a second floor to this home would offer a buyer the opportunity to create the home of their dreams on the existing structure.
Or if you are a builder looking for the perfect location to create a brand new home, this address, with private drive and room for 2 car parking is an ideal location for your next project.
5 things we love:
- Cozy Bungalow filled with character including gumwood trim, mantel and stained glass.
- Livable layout with open plan living and dining area
- Unfinished basement can be renovated into an income unit.
- Tell us about the outdoor space: large corner lot with private driveway facing the park, huge yard and parking for two cars
- Exceptional neighbourhood, close to everything you need – schools, shopping, transit and highways
Neighbourhood & Lifestyle | Briar Hill-Belgravia
Briar Hill (often referred to as Briar Hill-Belgravia) is bordered by Eglinton West to the South, Marlee Avenue to the East, Caledonia Road to the West, and Briar Hill to the North.
A favoured spot for families and young professionals in Toronto, lucky residents in the Briar Hill neighbourhood are within walking distance to local cafes, butchers, speciality shops, pubs, and stores. Favourite local hot-spots include Starving Artist Cafe and the Fairbank Memorial Park. Briar Hill is also conveniently located close to Forest Hill Village and the Humewood/Cedarvale area. As a result, families have access to a variety of schools and after-school activities.
Living in the Briar Hill area of Toronto comes with the added benefit of a tight-knit community. This combines beautifully with its scenic atmosphere of rolling hills, baseball diamonds, local parks, picnic spots, playgrounds, and basketball courts. This neighbourhood makes for an excellent place for any child to grow-up while offering a retreat for young professionals commuting in-and-out of the downtown core.
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