Charming home in the city's best neighbourhood

Charming home in the city's best neighbourhood

DIANE

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home

My home is a lovely 2- story, 3-bedroom + office charmer. With a beautiful south facing garden, the sun pours into the cosy living room all day. The well-equipped kitchen with stainless steel island is the centre of the house. A stunning dining room completes the first floor.
Upstairs, you will find 2 bedrooms, a small office and a bathroom with jacuzzi-style tub.. In the bright lower you will find a fully furnished suite that includes a family room, queen-size bed, second full bathroom with jacuzzi style tub/shower, kitchenette. Laundry is also in the lower level.

The lovely, quiet and very private garden is a real oasis. You won't believe you are in the center of the city. Equipped with a dining table and a cosy seating area, it is a lovely and quiet spot for a quiet read, a late day drink and dinner on a sultry summer night.

The beautiful Summerhill neighbourhood is a perfect spot from which to enjoy your stay in Toronto. Stroll to the local shops where you will find some of the cities finest food purveyors. A short walk takes you to Yorkville for lunch and Bloor Street to shop. Stop at the ROM for a bit of history, enjoy the beautiful Gardiner Museum, then head over to the magnificent Koerner Hall for a concert. Have dinner at one of the great local restaurants, and you have had a perfect day --- all within walking distance of home. Want to go further afield? The subway is a 5 minute walk away and will take you anywhere you want to go in the city.

If you like to cook, just a block away you will find the city's finest food at the Shops of Summerhill - a butcher, a fish monger, beautiful fresh fruit and vegtables and one of the citys finest patisseries. Pick up your wine at the beautifully restored train station that is now home to the best wine selection in the city. Fresh flowers are available in abundance.

If you prefer to dine out, there are several great spots all within a couple of blocks --- locavore, Italian, French, Asian, pubs, fine dining, casual cafes.

The cities best interior designers can be seen shopping in the local decor and designs shop, and you are just a few minutes walk from the fashionable Bloor Street and Yorkville.

Everything you need is within a couple of blocks, but take advantage of the central location to explore the rest of Toronto. A subway, just a five minute walk, will take you anywhere you want to go.

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More about us

  1. I am a mature single woman, recently retired. I love to have an extended stay in a city so I have the chance to immerse myself in it.

  2. I love visiting cities, or spending time near the ocean

  3. I have a summer home in Nova Scotia that could also be considered for a swap

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Summerhill is one of the finest and most desirable neighbourhoods in Toronto. Centrally located, full of tree-lined streets, and great for walking, it is also on the major transit lines making the entire city easily accessible. Some of the best food shops in the city are just down the street. The soon-to-be opened Eataly will be just a 10 minute walk away. The beautiful and recently redesigned Ramsden Park is a block away.

Buzzy restaurants
Playa Cabana, L'unita, Buca, Rose and Sons, Scaramouche
Cool bars
Alo Bar, The Rebel House, One at Hazelton, Bar Centrale
Cozy cafés
Boxcar Social
Retail therapy
Bloor Street, Yorkville
Bit of culture
ROM, The Brickworks, Gardiner Museum
Walks in the park
Ramsden Park, The Beltline
Spot of exercise
Tennis, ice skating (in season),bike the boardwalk, hile the ravines
Day tripping
Niagara Wine Country, Stratford Festival, Prince Edward County

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