Prime Bloor West Village
Classy main floor renovation with satin finish Hardwood floors, custom designed kitchen with custom cabinetry. Granite peninsula, open to the spacious dining room and bright living room where you can sit and enjoy TV in front of the stylish gas fireplace. There is a generous height in the finished basement holds lots of storage space and a second bathroom.
Outside the large fenced private garden, is ready and waiting for a play structure or a trampoline. While the kids are playing in the back, you can enjoy the spacious front porch. You have parking for 2 cars – not that you will need them. With a Walk Score of 96, this home’s location is a walkers paradise.
Lot size: 28.67x110 feet
Taxes: $5,346,66 / 2014
Heating; Gas Forced Air
Electrical: 100 Amp updated
Bathrooms 1x 4 piece, 1x3piece
Possession: June 29th
Parking: Private driveway. Licensed for one car but space for 2
Inclusions: Stainless Steel Fridge, Induction Cook Top and electric cooker, Microwave, Dishwasher, Washer & Dryer, all electric light fittings except as noted. Garden Shed, Wiring for surround sound on Main Fl. Gas line for BBQ, Gas furnace & equip, Air conditioner. Hot & cold water tap to exterior, Basement cabinetry. Hot water tank (rental)
Exclusions: Light fixture in child’s bedroom at the rear. All drapes
Bloor West Village is known for its European ambience, exceptional mingling of big-city convenience and small-town atmosphere. Access to green spaces and water is about as good as it gets in the city with many parks including nearly 400 acres at High Park, just around the corner.
The neighbourhood is popular with young families who appreciate the convenience of the location only minutes to downtown via car or TTC.
An enviable location close to shops and restaurants on Bloor St. West. Enjoy Sunday brunch at the Sunset Grill, a casual evening out at Queen’s Pasta or drop into one of the many coffee shops along the street. An exceptional mingling of big-city convenience and small-town atmosphere.
Swansea is bounded on the west by the Humber River, on the north by Bloor Street, on the east by High Park and on the south by Lake Ontario. The neighbourhood was originally a separate municipality, the Village of Swansea, which was annexed by the City of Toronto in 1967.
Access to green spaces and water is about as good as it gets in the city, with Lake Ontario, Humber River and High Park’s Grenadier Pond within easy reach.
P lease ask to see prelisting home inspection available by Peter Yeates