Just the Facts
1481 including garage as per MPAC
Built-in garage | 1
About the Property
You’ll want to Rush Home Here: 36 Rusholme Park, Crescent TH24
Bright, spacious, and open-concept with a killer main living area. 360 degrees of everything at your fingertips. A kitchen with large eat-in island and adjacent dining area, living space with gas fireplace, one bedroom and a bathroom — all on the main floor. It’s the convenience and low-maintenance of a condo, with the layout of a bungalow and the space of a house. It’s everything good about home ownership, without the upkeep or unforeseen costs.
But wait, there’s more! Downstairs there’s a den, second bedroom and bathroom – great for hosting, privacy, and guests. Plus direct access to your car (or extra storage) via the built-in garage. Winter’s coming!
Make note: this isn’t just an exceptional townhouse with a great layout. It’s a community tucked behind 2 fancy wrought-iron gates, for added security, at the intersection of 4 amazing ‘hoods: Roncesvalles, Parkdale, Dufferin Grove, and Trinity Bellwoods. There’s a whole lot to love here.
Top 5 Things We LOVE
- The epic layout – An open-concept main floor and the bonus of a 2nd floor, split-bedroom/bathroom layout for added privacy.
- Built-in garage with direct access – Winter is coming. SOON. Enough said.
- Location – In the middle of 4 awesome ‘hoods-with everything from great schools, to the Dufferin Grove Farmers’ Market, Dufferin Mall, Portuguese butcher shops/bakeries, parks, YMCA, and transit close by.
- Gated complex – Added security. (A gated community that’s NOT stuffy. Who knew!?)
- Large balcony with BBQ – An extension of the living space that’s shielded from the hustle of neighbouring streets.
Today, it’s hard to get hipper than Brockton Village. Smack-dab in the middle of some of Toronto’s most happening neighbourhoods (Roncey, Parkdale, Dufferin Grove & Trinity Bellwoods) — The Drake Hotel and Dufferin Grove Park bookend this epicenter of cool.
An eclectic mix of grit and polish, this is a ‘hood that was once a village. The opportunity to create something unique attracted artists and entrepreneurs from across the city, resulting in a neighbourhood that foregoes posturing in favour of innovation.
Consistent reinvention is a theme seen and felt in the variety of housing options — new builds, modern boxes, old brick Victorians, converted warehouses, laneway housing, and condos as much as in local small businesses, cafes, restaurants, and pubs.
Family-friendly, Brockton Village has parks, YMCAS, rec centres, transit options, and excellent schools all within arm’s reach.