century home duplex

century home duplex

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 baths

About our home

We have a remodeled and well maintained home that was originally built in the 1800's. It is the second and third floor. The main floor and basement are separate units. There is a backyard and bbq and garden and garage. Our home is walking distance to vibrant city life including many restaurants, bars, boutiques, and galleries. We are also walking distance to a large park and farmers market and public transit. The house also comes with bicycles for use. Our neighbourhood is called Beaconsfield Village in downtown West Toronto.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple in our 30's and have a dog (but the dog doesn't travel with us he has sitter)
  2. We are into the arts and outdoors and general adventure
  3. We work in the not-for-profit sector in community development and in the arts and music

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
pizza libretto, the lakeview, brockton general
Cool bars
the midfield, the fountain, red light, communist daughter
Cozy cafés
ezra's pound, ella's uncle, bivy
Retail therapy
magwood, bookhou, dalston grey
Bit of culture
Established in the 1800's and named for the British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli (Lord Beaconsfield) rich in history, Beaconsfield Village used to be comprised of mainly first generation Portuguese and Italian families new to Canada. Over the past 10 years however, it has grown tremendously. Now it is young urban professionals and the arts community that are congregating in Beaconsfield.
Walks in the park
dufferin grove
Spot of exercise
bicycle for transportation for a true Torontonian city experience
Day tripping
gallery hopping

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