The best of both worlds! Enjoy urban living on a quiet cul-de-sac abutting lovely Ramsden Park. Walk to shops, restaurants and TTC without sacrificing square footage, parking or a rear yard. This executive townhome offers 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and a finished lower level with separate entrance. Despite being built in 1906, renovations afford all the modern conveniences and aesthetics of the twenty first century.
Entertainers will love the open concept main level with beautiful maple hardwood flooring, crown moulding, and recessed lighting. This light-filled space offers a dining area with contemporary sputnik chandelier overlooking a living area with gas fireplace with marble surround. The gourmet kitchen boasts custom soft-close cabinetry with under cabinet lighting accentuating the quartz countertops and seamless quartz backsplash. A large central island provides informal bar seating or enjoy your morning coffee by the bay window with California shutters. Additional pantry storage and a high-end appliance package add to the functionality of this space. Access handy rear parking via the maintenance-free and private rear patio – perfect for dining al fresco in the warmer weather. For your furry friends, Ramsden Park is mere steps from your front door!
The master suite comprises the entire second level, with additional bedrooms on the third level – ideal for teens, or for working from home! A true retreat, the master bedroom features a charming walk out to a covered balcony overlooking the quiet tree-lined street. Custom built-ins provide for ample closet space, as well as a media center and convenient vanity. The showstopper master ensuite is magazine worthy, with large slab porcelain tile flooring, matte black fixtures and hardware, and a contemporary globe lighting fixture. Opt to relax in your standalone soaker tub or glass-enclosed shower with rain shower head.
The finished lower level with separate entrance provides versatile bonus living space – a media room, nanny suite, playroom, or work/study from home space. Who says you can’t have it all?