Gorgeous family home in the Upper Beaches. This extra wide semi-detached home features three plus one bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Open concept main floor with a combined living/dining room, brick fireplace, hardwood floors, large kitchen and a separate family room on the main floor. Walk-out to a low maintenance backyard with tiered decks, which is perfect for entertaining. Three bedrooms with built-in closets and a five-piece family bathroom. Separate entrance to the finished basement which includes a kitchen area, shower room and bedroom. Perfect for a nanny suite, rec room or income possibility. Located in the in-demand Bowmore School catchment.
The term Upper Beaches emerged around 2001, coined by developers and real estate agents to indicate the area directly north of the Beach neighbourhood. The Upper Beaches has often been seen as the poor relative to the splashier Beaches, but fans say it’s many times more soulful. And besides, who needs the parking hassles? You can ride the Gerrard streetcar to Main and you’re just a short walk from the Bloor subway line. And now the zone boasts a swath of funky stores and eateries. The Upper Beaches has become a pretty hot place to live. East Toronto is the new west end, right?