This Absolutely Stunning Designer “Semi Detached” Century Home (Circa 1911) in Trendy Cabbagetown, South Saint James Town Neighbourhood has been Professionally Renovated Throughout.
Stripped to the Studs and Re Designed Throughout in 2014 This Home Has Been Finished with Care, Extensive Upgrades and Decorator Décor. As you Enter the Bright Open Concept Main Floor You will be Drawn to the Beautiful Hardwood Floors and Hardwood Stairs Accented with Polished Steel and Glass Railings. The Cozy Living Room Features a Custom Limestone Wall with Built in Gas Fireplace with Heat Control and is Adjacent to the Large Open Concept Dining Area and the Gorgeous Designer Kitchen. This Floor is Fully Complimented by a Smooth, Extra High Ceiling and Tasteful Electric Light Fixtures and Numerous Pot Lights. Your Eye Will Travel to the Large Centre Kitchen Island and The Kitchen Area with its Abundance of Cabinets Topped Off and Finished with Granite Counters, Custom Backsplash, Double Sink and Stainless Steel Appliances. Here you can Brunch at the Island or Move to the Trendy Back Foyer/Breakfast Area with Double Designer Garden Doors Opening onto the Inviting 14ft by 8 ft. Back Deck and Overlooking the Pretty Private Patio with Fully Fenced Yard.
The Main Level Also Features a Two-Piece Powder Room and Laundry Area.
The Custom Stairways Off the Main Hallway Lead the Way to the Upper Level Hallway that Features Three Bright Roomy Bedrooms with Closets, A Modern Main Bathroom Complete with Bath Tub & Spa Shower Fixtures, and Hallway Linen Closet or to the Spacious Finished Lower Level Recreation Room. The Lower Basement Area Provides Amazing Extra Family Space for Play or Entertainment with Full Above Ground Windows, and its Own Three-Piece Bath and Separate Furnace Room for all your HVAC needs.
This Beautiful Re Designed Gem of a Century Home Century Home has Been Completely Updated with all New HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical & More (2014). It is Move in Ready and Offers Great Opportunity for The Discerning Investor, Professional, Couple or Family. The Spacious Bright Open Concept Living Is Accented with Custom Finishes and More! A Must See!
Close to Parks, Schools; Steps Away from The School of Toronto Dance Theatre, Shopping; Easy Access to Major Arteries & Public Transit.
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Special Features and Extras of This Exceptional Property
Location, Location, Location
Century Home -Stripped to Studs & Renovated
Over 2100 Square Feet, 3 Floors Living Space
Custom Design, Finishes, Stainless Steel Appliances
Hardwood Floors Main & Upper
Main Floor Laundry / Fully Finished Basement
Private Back Yard Deck, Patio & Gardens
Pre-List Amerispec Inspection Report is Available Upon Request.
Currently Occupied by an Excellent Tenant at Lease of $3,500.00 + per month plus Utilities / Option to Renew
Spacious 1911Century Home Prof. Renovated Throughout 2014 - Bright Open Concept. Hardwood Flrs & Stairways Accented W/Designer Finishes, Glass Railings. Limestone Feature Fireplace Wall; Gorgeous Kitchen & Breakfast Area With Double Garden Door Walk Out To Deck & Pretty Private Garden. Excellent Investment/Income Property Or Home. Excellent Tenant With Option To Extend Lease To July 2018- Lease Income $3500.00 + /Month. Shared Mutual Drive.
Cabbagetown-South St. James Town
Frontage - 20.25 Depth - 83
Total Parking Spaces
Public Transit Schools
Fenced yard Close to public transportation Schools nearby
Central air conditioning
|Living room||Main level||4.8 x 4.57 (meters)|
|Dining room||Main level||3.66 x 2.84 (meters)|
|Kitchen||Main level||4.37 x 3.71 (meters)|
|Master bedroom||Second level||4.06 x 3.48 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Second level||3.48 x 2.84 (meters)|
|Bedroom 3||Second level||3.96 x 2.59 (meters)|
|Recreation room||Basement||8.41 x 4.17 (meters)|
|Laundry room||Main level|
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