Spacious renovated home in central location

Spacious renovated home in central location


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 1
4 baths

About our home

Our family-friendly home was completely renovated in 2015. It features 3 spacious bedrooms and an open concept floor plan on the main level with walkout to a large garden. Centrally located and close to subway, downtown, highways, parks and shops in Yonge Street.
Toronto is the largest city in Canada and offers endless dining options and attractions. The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is a museum of world culture and natural history. The Toronto Zoo is home to over 5,000 animals representing over 460 distinct species. The Art Gallery of Ontario contains a large collection of Canadian, European, African and contemporary artwork, and also plays host to exhibits from museums and galleries all over the world. The Gardiner Museum of ceramic art is the only museum in Canada entirely devoted to ceramics, and the Museum's collection contains more than 2,900 ceramic works from Asia, the Americas, and Europe. The city also hosts the Ontario Science Centre, the Bata Shoe Museum, and Textile Museum of Canada. Other prominent art galleries and museums include the Design Exchange, the Museum of Inuit Art, the TIFF Bell Lightbox, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, the Institute for Contemporary Culture, the Toronto Sculpture Garden, the CBC Museum, the Redpath Sugar Museum, the University of Toronto Art Centre, Hart House, the TD Gallery of Inuit Art and the Aga Khan Museum. The city also runs its own museums, which include the Spadina House.
The Don Valley Brick Works is a former industrial site that opened in 1889, and was partly restored as a park and heritage site in 1996, with further restoration and reuse being completed in stages since then. The Canadian National Exhibition ("The Ex") is held annually at Exhibition Place, and it is the oldest annual fair in the world.
City shopping areas include the Yorkville neighbourhood, Queen West, Harbourfront, the Entertainment District, the Financial District, and the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. The Eaton Centre is Toronto's most popular tourist attraction with over 52 million visitors annually.
Our home is located in an upscale, family-friendly neighbourhood. Other notable neighbourhoods and attractions include The Beaches, the Toronto Islands, Kensington Market, Fort York, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.


More about us

  1. We are a family of four who enjoy adventures and outdoor activities.

  2. Grant works in alternative energy and I am a marketing and communications professional.

  3. Our home in Toronto is in a leafy neighbourhood but close to the subway, the downtown core and the 401 highway. It would be a perfect home base to explore the city but also other areas of Ontario, such as Niagara Falls, Algonquin Park and Muskoka.

Dream destinations


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Where is it?


Located in a quiet neighbourhood, our family home is only a few minutes' walk to the subway and 10 minutes to the downtown core. You can walk to Yonge Street to enjoy the local shops and restaurants, or take a short subway ride or drive downtown to explore the CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium or a basketball, hockey or basketball game. It is also a few minutes from the 401 highway, which provides easy access to other great attractions such as Niagara Falls or the beauty of Muskoka in Norther Ontario.

Buzzy restaurants
Too many to list! Toronto has an incredible restaurant scene and is one of the top destinations in North America for Foodies.
Cool bars
Little Sister, Noorden, Five Doors North...
Retail therapy
Local shops on Yonge Street or high end shopping at Yorkdale Mall or along Bloor Street.
Bit of culture
Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, McMichael Art Gallery, CN Tower, Roundhouse, etc.
Walks in the park
Many parks, trails and ravines close by. Toronto prides itself on its
Day tripping
Beaches, Conservation areas and provincial parks, as well as Niagara Falls are not to be missed!

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