Stylish, cozy crib in Cabbagetown is Toronto’s Residence of the Week

Stylish, cozy crib in Cabbagetown is Toronto’s Residence of the Week

“Once we first walked into this home we fell in love with it, because it was completely laid out with unimaginable consideration to element and practical design decisions, with the very best high quality of supplies,” says home-owner Tom McGillis.

“Once we renovated it, all we needed to do was enhance the house’s vitality effectivity, including insulation, an EV charger and a photo voltaic array. The south dealing with entrance roof delivers sufficient photo voltaic vitality to chop our Hydro payments in half,” McGillis says.

With a restored heritage exterior, this two-storey Victorian row home positioned in Toronto’s fashionable Cabbagetown neighbourhood contains a trendy and vibrant open-concept primary ground with broad plank oak hardwood flooring, and a completely completed decrease degree with a recreation room with built-in audio system and an additional bed room.

“We stay on a quiet avenue with nice neighbours that’s in proximity to the most effective that Cabbagetown has to supply,” says McGillis.

Stylish, cozy crib in Cabbagetown is Toronto’s Residence of the Week

The house is a brief stroll to Riversdale Park and Riverdale Farm, in addition to many eating places, retailers, faculties, and public transit, and affords easy accessibility to the Don Valley Pkwy.

Says itemizing agent Christian Vermast: “This easy-to-maintain house packs luxurious into each sq. inch. It’s superb for busy singles or {couples} who don’t wish to sacrifice world-class design and finishes, however don’t require an immense house.

“The second ground options two skylights, and there are lots of built-ins all through. As properly, the fenced yard patio has sufficient room for each lounging and eating,” says Vermast.

The home has an all-red brick façade with arched brick work over the home windows and entrance entrance, an interlocking brick walkway, a small entrance yard with gardens and wrought-iron encompass fencing, and photo voltaic panels on the roof.

Strolling by way of the entrance door, you discover the transom window above it as you go into the eating room, which incorporates a hardwood ground, two home windows with California shutters, a up to date chandelier, pot lights, built-in cabinetry with a quartz counter, and built-in recessed floating cabinets, towards a marble accent wall.

The kitchen is nestled between the eating room and the lounge.

The rear of the two-storey row house: "We live on a quiet street with great neighbours that is in proximity to the best that Cabbagetown has to offer," says Tom McGillis.

Highlights embrace an island/breakfast bar and marble counter with “waterfall” options on each side, a double sink and a suspended gentle above. There’s customized cabinetry with drawer organizers, high-end home equipment, a cement accent wall, a hardwood ground, pot lights and a big pantry.

By the kitchen, on the rear of the house, is the lounge. It showcases a hardwood ground; a linear gasoline hearth, with river rocks on the backside; built-in audio system; hidden cabinetry; and floating cabinets. A sliding-glass door walkout stretches throughout the again wall.

Stairs from the lounge result in the second ground, and there’s a skylight within the corridor. The primary bed room is on the rear of the house and has a wall-to-wall window that overlooks the yard. The room contains a hardwood ground, a big trendy suspended gentle, two double closets, a dressing space with one other double closet, built-in drawers and a marble counter, and a five-piece ensuite with a big skylight.

The second bed room has two double closets, two home windows, and a hardwood ground. A 3-piece toilet and a laundry room full this degree of the house.

The recreation room, on the decrease degree, is supplied with broadloom on the ground, built-in cabinets and cabinets, and built-in audio system.

Additionally, within the basement is a bed room with two double closets and a three-piece toilet.

The kitchen showcases an island-breakfast bar with a marble counter with "waterfall" features on both sides, a double sink, a suspended light, custom cabinetry, high-end appliances, a cement accent wall, a hardwood floor, pot lights and a large pantry.

To take a look at this property please contact the itemizing brokers Paul Maranger and Christian Vermast, Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty Canada, Brokerage, 416-960-9995;

352 Wellesley St. E.

Location: Wellesley St. E. and Parliament St., Cabbagetown

Asking worth: $2,295,000

Dimension: About 1,484 sq. ft., plus about 742 sq. ft. completed decrease degree

Lot: 16-by-94 toes, no storage, lane drive, parking for 2 small automobiles

Taxes: $7,330 (2022)

Bedrooms: Two plus one

Bogs: Three


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