Discover your own private oasis of calm amid Toronto’s hustle and bustle. This peaceful and serene post-war bungalow has been totally renovated, with permits, as a spacious one-bedroom plus den retreat — a downsizer’s dream, a condo dweller’s paradise.
Need space to breathe? Bordered by parks, ravine and trails, East York is treasured for its quietude. Craving city energy? Take a short stroll to the boutiques and restaurants of the Danforth, or a quick jaunt to Leaside’s shops and big-box stores. Commuters love the options for avoiding traffic and getting into, out of, and across town faster.
This charming home combines the 1940s character of the original East York bungalows with a modern, efficient interior. The main level offers plenty of natural light and open space for relaxing and entertaining, and a custom kitchen to delight the home chef. The high, dry and clean basement features plenty of storage, large guest quarters (or a teenager’s grotto) and a massive recreation room, complete with built-in shelving for all your media and trinkets. The garage can store your car and bike, more stuff besides, and all your gardening accoutrements — which you’ll need, because this thirty-foot wide lot has a ton of gardening potential.
This is a smart home for smart buyers — spacious, affordable and reliable. Growing family? Surrounded by high value, 2,500+ square foot conversions, this home can grow with you.
East York, a once sleepy borough (Toronto’s First!), is sleepy no more. Toronto homebuyers love the friendly environment, proximity to the downtown core, and easy access to public transit. East York has long been famous for the Greektown neighbourhood and Danforth Avenue, with its plethora of restaurants and eclectic retail mix. More shopping and dining options abound on Pape, Donlands, Greenwood, Coxwell, and Woodbine Avenues. And there’s so much more: Quiet, child-friendly streets, amazing parks and recreation, and an excellent selection of schools.
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Also available: Survey, Floor Plans, Features and Home Inspection
Building Type: Detached
Lot Size: 30.00 x 100.00
Year Built: 1942
Tax Year 2018 $3,155.28
Transit Score: 75, Excellent
Walk Score: 79, Very Walkable
Bike Score: 70, Flat w Bike lanes
Open concept living and dining space
Three-season rear mudroom
Rental Rheem hot water tank, gas
2010 furnace, carrier
100 amp panel by Siemens
Basement bedroom with double closet, window, pot lights
Interior Renovation 2010 including
Roof, on Home and Garage
Separate Laundry Room
Finished Basement, Rec Room & Spare BR
Garage Roof and Siding
Built-In Dining Peninsula
All HVAC Gas and Burner Equipment
Hot Water Tank (Rental)
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