Just the Facts
May 28th 2019
Finished with kitchen
27.00 x 103.91
Y & garage
About the Property
Whether you’re looking for your first home, or you’re looking for a bungalow for the next phase of life, this detached classic 1940’s brick home is the perfect place to begin something extraordinary.
Here, on this large corner lot, you have lovely yards with a gorgeous magnolia tree. Inside, you’re going to love the beautiful, original hardwood floors. The open plan living and dining room, perfect for large family gatherings or entertaining friends. There are three well-sized bedrooms for those starting a family, or those who have a grown family who’ll be returning for the holidays.
Downstairs, the large finished basement has a kitchen, a fireplace, a 3-piece bath and a separate entrance, making it perfect or an income suite, a nanny suite, or an apartment for your in-laws. The whole home has been updated with fresh paint, and there is new carpet in the bedrooms.
This is the kind of house you can move into and enjoy now while making updates over time. And with a peaceful patio in the backyard, there is certainly a lot to enjoy. There’s also a detached garage for your car or a workshop, plus a driveway for parking.
All close to TTC, shopping (the new Costco is a 5 min drive) and great schools all with a warm community feel.
What are the 5 best things about this home?
1) An amazing corner lot
2) A garage and a driveway for parking galore
3) Huge living room & formal dining room for entertaining
4) Finished basement with fireplace & kitchen – income apartment or nanny suite? You choose!
5) Beautiful, original hardwood floors
Neighbourhood and Lifestyle
It’s hard not to be drawn to the quiet, community-oriented, feeling of this eastern area of the city. The rare ‘town-like’ feeling of East York brings together a diverse and tight-knit community – bound by their mutual appreciation of peace and quiet. Money Sense, Canada’s go-to personal finance website, voted East York as #21 of Toronto’s ’25 Best Neighbourhoods to Invest in’ in their feature ‘Best Deals in Real Estate 2016: Toronto’, and it’s would likely rank even higher today. There’s so much to love here. The proximity to open green space, local tourist attractions like the Ontario Science Centre, pastoral residential streets, and positioning close to local schools, make East York a natural selection when looking for a new home.
For those with a starter-home budget, this is one of the best areas to explore. It’s difficult to find this kind of variety of homes in one neighbourhood in the city – particularly one with this short a commute to the downtown core. And if you’re looking to escape the city, or need to commute further afield, there is easy access to the DVP. For nature close to home, the Lower Don Recreational trail is 0.5km away.
Homes in the East York neighbourhood, like most Toronto neighbourhoods, have seen a steady rise in pricing. The clear attraction to the neighbourhood can be seen in its abundant selection of post world war 2 bungalow-builds – which offer an excellent opportunity to get into the market and glimmers of hope for renovation-favourers. It’s hard not to be drawn to the quiet, community-oriented, feeling of this eastern area of the city. The rare ‘town-like’ feeling of East York brings together a diverse and tight-knit community – bound by their mutual appreciation of peace and quiet.