It’s About Time!
Own a home in one of the hippest neighbourhoods Toronto has to offer. This beautifully maintained row just bursting with character is located in the vibrant and desirable Queen West. Featuring soaring ceilings, tons of natural light, a spacious eat-in kitchen, full formal dining and a newly renovated main floor washroom. Upstairs boasts 10 ft ceilings and three generous bedrooms perfect for working from home. Mix in a cute as a button backyard and a double car garage and you’re all set. The charming basement apartment can be kept for extra income or easily reclaimed for extra family living space. If you think variety is the spice of life then this is the spot for you. Surrounded by some of the city’s best restaurants, shops, music, parks and endless ways to keep you and the kids entertained. Effortless access to transit and Gardiner access. If you’ve been yearning for a home and neighbourhood with heart and soul, then this is the one for you.
Possession | TBD
Property Taxes | $4,961.42 / 2022
Size | 1405 sqft
Lot Size | 15 x 116.67 ft
Parking | 1.5
Inclusions | Stove (gas), stove (electric), 2 fridges, 2 hood vents, all-in-one laundry unit and washing machine
Features & Improvements | 2022 roof, 2022 turf installed (front and back yard), 2021 AC
About the Neighbourhood | Beaconsfield Village
Although this area is largely residential, there are a number of Portuguese stores on College and Dundas streets, which is why the area is called Little Portugal. Among these stores, you can find bakeries, bookstores, cafes, art galleries, design and fashion stores, boutiques, fitness clubs, hotels, grocery stores and plenty of restaurants and bars. The majority of storefronts are Portuguese, however, you can find Japanese and Brazilian restaurants among others in this neighbourhood.
One major attraction to this neighbourhood is McCormick Park and McCormick Recreation Centre and Arena. The Community Centre hosts community meetings and events such as bake sales and skating parties. The people of this area are very environmentally friendly and conscious, speaking of how to ensure their environment is clean during their meetings. They also have an “Adopt-A-Tree” program to ensure the park is healthy.