2900 Yonge Street, apartment no. 802, is a bright and spacious condominium apartment measuring 2,256 square feet per floor plan.
The combined living and dining areas enjoy a serene north west view overlooking the trees of Duplex Parkette. It has 2 bedrooms, both with ensuite bathrooms, and a den which can double as a guest bedroom.
There are 2 large parking spots (owned) and one locker (exclusive use) included in the purchase price.
2900 Yonge Street is across the street from Alexander Muir Gardens. The Lawrence subway station, Starbucks and the library are a short stroll away.
Apartment no. 802 lives and feels like a bungalow, but is located in the coveted "Residences of Muir Park". It combines layout, location and a premier building project. A perfect condominium indeed!
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27 Macpherson Avenue, Toronto - Modern Renovation Just Sold
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27 Macpherson Avenue, Toronto, is 4-bedroom city home renovated in the modern style. It is distinguished by its clarity of design and excellence of materials. Behind a traditional façade, architect William Mockler has balanced marble, wood and concrete to create a serene and comfortable environment.
The open concept first floor offers sight lines through the length of the house. A built-in speaker system extends to the back deck, and the whole area functions as one space during the summer. In winter, heated floors and a gas fireplace keep things cozy.
The focal point of the kitchen is a marble topped island with a breakfast bar and a built-in wine cooler. Stainless steel countertops and appliances create a streamlined look. Serious cooks will enjoy the Viking gas stove and Liebherr refrigerator/freezer.
Upstairs, the third bedroom/den has pocket doors which can be pushed back to fill the second floor with light. The second bedroom has a three-piece ensuite, making it an alternative master suite. A powder room and a laundry room are tucked away behind pocket doors. The third floor master suite features a sitting area leading to a private rooftop terrace.
The lower level recreation room has a Carrera marble wet bar with a built-in mini refrigerator and a wine cooler. There is also a fourth bedroom and a three-piece bathroom.
122 Church Street, Warkworth, is a beautifully proportioned house that has been thoughtfully restored by its current owners. Built in 1850, “Humphrey House” was given a thorough updating between 2008 and 2010. Among the improvements made were new wiring, drywall, plumbing, and 7 new bathrooms. The kitchen was treated to new cabinetry and 4 new stainless steel Energy Star appliances.
The house is situated on just under one acre of land and backs onto Warkworth’s Millennium Park. It has mixed use zoning, which presents Buyers with a range of opportunities: bed-and breakfast; gift-shop; tea room; spa; inn; gallery and restaurant. Perhaps the most compelling option is to enjoy it as is!
The property’s original features have been lovingly restored. The front and side porch doors are wood with “cranberry” glass inserts. The living room, dining room and den have ceiling medallions. The wood floors in the principal rooms and bedrooms have been refinished.
Warkworth, Ontario, is a ”Designated Arts Community” and home to a variety of studios, shops and restaurants. Local events include the Lilac Festival and the annual Perfect Pie Contest. There are three golf courses in the area.
122 Church Street, Warkworth, blends period grandeur with modern conveniences. Suitable as a family home or a thriving business, it represents a unique opportunity for the Buyer in search of country peace and village advantages.
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Granite Place, Deer Park, Toronto, at 61 & 63 St. Clair Avenue West. These beautiful luxury condos in midtown Toronto are steps to the St. Clair subway station, Yonge St. boutique shopping and many restaurants.
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In 1886, developer Simeon Janes created a subdivision just outside Toronto’s border. He called it “The Annex” since it was about to be added, or annexed to the city. He gambled that Toronto’s burgeoning middle class would be attracted to luxury real estate set on tree-lined streets. His instincts made him a fortune, and the residences in the neighbourhood known as The Annex are as sought after today as they were in 1886.
Many Annex houses take their cue from the work of E. J. Lennox, the premier architect of the time. A Toronto native, Lennox created such landmark structures as the Old City Hall and Casa Loma. 37 Madison Avenue, designed by Lennox in 1887, blended Richardson Romanesque and Queen Anne architectural styles. Rounded arches over doors and windows, decorative turrets and the use of Credit River sandstone remain the hallmarks of a Lennox-style Annex home.
The Annex is located north of Bloor Street West and west of Avenue Road. It is bordered on the north by Dupont Street and on the west by Bathurst Street. Drivers can reach The Annex through its border streets, but parking in the neighbourhood can be difficult. Fortunately, The Annex is served by three subway stations on the Bloor-Danforth line: St. George, Spadina and Bathurst.
In 2014, Annex real estate sold for an average of $2 million for a detached house and $1.5 million for a semi-detached. Annex condominiums sold for $800,000 on average, with some unit prices reaching into the millions.
The Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre is located at the corner of Bloor Street and Spadina Avenue and offers a wide variety of fitness and recreational programs. Nearby Trinity St. Paul's United Church is home to a number of faith-based and artistic groups, including the Baroque orchestra Tafelmusik. Annex fixtures such as the Bloor Cinema, Lee's Palace and the Tranzac Club continue to offer a wide spectrum of entertainment options.
Bloor Street between St George and Bathurst Streets has a thriving “restaurant row” that offers everything from pub fare to fine dining. Students from the nearby University of Toronto’s St George campus join neighbourhood locals as they meet, eat, and watch the people go by.
The Annex offers houses of exceptional beauty set on quiet, shady streets. It also has a vibrant restaurant and entertainment strip, as well as family-friendly schools and community centres. These features make it one of Toronto’s premier neighbourhoods.
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