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You Will “Love It”! Sensational Reno of Victorian Rowhouse at 42 Allen Avenue, $739,000

 3 -Dining B  Welcome to Allen Avenue, a historic mews-like street steps to vibrant Queen East and a short jaunt to the Danforth. This is a sensational, truly “to the studs gut reno”, designed by Hilary Farr of Love It or List It, and flawlessly executed with impeccable workmanship. Like a brand new house in a Victorian shell, every inch of this home was replaced with quality modern finishes, right down to new joists. The main floor is incredibly bright with soaring 10’ ceilings and a stunning glass enclosed floating staircase.  The custom designed kitchen features breakfast bar with Caesarstone counters, deep Riveo farmhouse sink and thoughtfully organized wall of pantry cabinetry, as well as walk-out to private deck and parking at rear.  The second floor is drenched with sunlight from 2 skylights, has an elegant bath with heated floors, double sinks and oversize shower with marble floor tiles; the rear bedroom has his and hers closets and a walk-out to pine-board deck. All upper level doors were cleverly built with reclaimed wood from the original house.  The basement was dug down by close to two feet, has heated floors throughout and features a fantastic rec room with concealed storage that could easily make for a 3rd bedroom with its own bath.   Whether you are looking for a loft-alternative, a maintenance free property or simply a fantastic space to call your own, this home is totally turn-key and ready for you to move in and enjoy.  6 - Kitchen B

Offered at $739,000 we are open Saturday October 26th and Sunday October 27th.  Please stop by at 42 Allen Avenue between 2-4pm on either day or drop us a line for a private showing.

Located on a charming Leslieville street, this home is well situated with respect to popular shopping and recreation.  Residents enjoy:

v    The main shopping district which runs along historic Queen Street. Most of these stores are small independently owned shops that cater to the specific needs of the local residents.

v Area on Gerrard Street East between Greenwood Avenue and Coxwell Avenue is known as the India Bazaar. This is the commercial centre of Toronto’s East Indian community. The smell of incense and the sound of music provide an exotic backdrop to the shops on this street.

9 - Deck Av Clothing stores sell imported silk fabrics, and the restaurant vendors barbecue spicy corn.

v Greenwood Park has three baseball diamonds, an artificial ice rink, a pool, and a playground.

v The Jonathan Ashbridge Park on the south side of Queen Street features two tennis courts, a children’s playground, and a wading pool.

v The S.H. Armstrong Community Recreation Centre on Woodfield Road, has a gymnasium, an indoor pool, a fitness room, a craft room and meeting rooms.

v The Gerrard/Ashdale Public Library has a wide variety of programs for children, adults and seniors.

v Leslieville is well served by the public transit system which operates bus or streetcar routes on Carlaw, Jones, Greenwood, Coxwell, and Eastern Avenues, as well as Queen and Gerrard Streets.

Most of these bus routes link up with stations on the Bloor-Danforth subway line.

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Irene Kaushansky, B.Sc., A.S.A., Sales Representative
Philip Brown, Broker

Keller Williams Neighbourhood Realty, Brokerage
Independently owned and operated
2968 Dundas St. W., Suite 303, Toronto, ON M6P 1Y8
Office number 416 236 1392