Stylish architectural home in Central Toronto

Stylish architectural home in Central Toronto

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Centrally located in the heart of downtown toronto, on a quiet street within walking distance of Yonge and Bloor streets, Bloor street shopping, Yorkville and Toronto's downtown entertainment district. 15 minute drive to the fabulous Beach area where you can swim, picnic, walk along the boardwalk, Toronto Islands a quick ferry ride to a lovely Toronto island with beaches and walks. The extensive subway and bus system makes it easy to get around the city with a purchased Presto card.

There are four floors of luxury space with high end furniture, accessories and appliances. We collect mid century furniture so there are some great pieces in the home. Dining room seats 10 and has a wonderful ambience for dining. Chef's kitchen with high end professional appliances... including an indoor barbecue.....everything you need to create amazing meals...or walk out to Church street or Bloor street for international restaurants, bars and shopping. Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in North America, so there are endless choices of ethnic food available. There is a third floor deck with dining table that seats 6 and provides a wonderful al fresco dining space for warm evenings.

Museums, art galleries, parks are all close by. Grocery stores, dry cleaners, pharmacies and banks are all within a 5 minute walk from the house. Property is very secure and extremely quiet. You won't believe you are in downtown Toronto. Street has many large trees and feels like a warm friendly neighbourhood. Please note that the house is not suitable for children due to the open nature of the interior stairwell architecture, fragile furniture/artwork and lack of outdoor play area.

There is a 65" smart TV in the main floor TV room (second bedroom) and a 47" TV in the master. We have very fast 1.5 G internet service.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple living in downtown Toronto. We like to travel and have a beautiful home to share here.

  2. Paul has a compliance consulting business and Lee is a designer and image consultant working in the television industry.

  3. Paul loves hiking, taking photographs, sightseeing and great food. Lee loves interior design, architecture, fine art, museums, great food, walking, sightseeing and staying in a place long enough to get to know the food the people and the location.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Our house is a black and a half from Wellesley Subway. A half block away Church St with many restaurants and bars, its a mixed neighbourhood with a strong gay presence. The grocery store Loblaws located in what was once Maple Leaf Gardens is also close by. A near neighbour is the residence of the National Ballet School. Within a half hour walk or a few subway stops you have all of central and downtown Toronto. Rolling up from the Lake and Toronto Islands, there is the Air Canada Centre, the Rogers Centre, downtown business and financial district, the Eaton Centre for shopping, City Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario, Ryerson University, University of Toronto, Yorkville, Bloor-Yonge, Royal Ontario Museum, to name a few!

Buzzy restaurants
Go to Yorkville Ave, College St W, Queen St East, downtown core
Cool bars
Entertainment district King St W of downtown
Cozy cafés
Yorkville Ave, Church St., Parliament St
Retail therapy
The Eaton Centre
Bit of culture
Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, Gardiner Museum
Walks in the park
The Beaches in east end, The Island, Queen's Park, Rosedale Ravine, Riverdale Farm and Park East
Spot of exercise
Bike trails in the ravines and lake front; assorted clubs with day passes
Day tripping
Niagara Falls and wine country to south west or cross over the border and ship in the USA; to the east Prince Edward Country with Sandbanks Park;

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