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3 bedroom Leslieville semi – SOLD!!

September 17th, 2013 Posted by EHAS, Leslieville, SOLD!! No Comment yet

Leslieville is well-known for its solidly built, red brick semis. This house is a fine example of that type. Set just north of Gerrard St E, one block east of Jones, this is a great three-bedroom, two-bathroom starter home that has been extensively renovated and restored over the past few years. Improvements include:

  • new hardwood on the main floor (2013)
  • new landscaping (2013)
  • finished basement (rec room, laundry room and 3-piece bathroom, 2013)
  • renovated kitchen (2012)
  • renovated upstairs bathroom (2012)
  • upgraded wiring (2012)
  • new back decking (2012)
  • roof (2011 – flat and peaked portion)
  • newer furnace and air conditioning (2006)

All of the important things have been done, making this a house that you can just move into and enjoy!

This northern part of Leslie St is tree-lined and quiet – great for families. Fantastic Greenwood Park is just a few blocks away, as is Queen St E. Just a block to the Gerrard St streetcar, it’s just one more block to the Jones 83 bus (Donlands Station). Local schools are Blake St Jr, Duke of Connaught Jr & Sr, Riverdale CI; St Joseph and St Patrick Catholic. Also walking distance to Equinox Holistic Alternative School (151 Hiawatha Rd). Altogether, this is a great, really walkable neighbourhood!

UPDATE: This great house sold in less than a week. Do you plan to sell your house this fall? Call me today and let’s put this great market to work for you!

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Coady Ave: 3 bedroom Leslieville semi (SOLD)

June 17th, 2013 Posted by Leslieville, SOLD!! No Comment yet

Leslieville is one of Toronto’s ‘hottest’ neighbourhoods – and has been for several years. It’s no mystery why. Located just east of downtown, it has the feel of a small, family-friendly community. Just ten years ago that part of Queen St E was a far cry from the bustling neighbourhood it is today. Some of the shops and restaurants have been there for years, but the Leslieville renaissance has been characterized by an explosion of neat new businesses that both attract day traffic, and make the area super convenient for local residents.

Coady Ave runs north from Queen St, just west of Jones. It’s a leafy, tree-lined street thick with solid brick semis and some detached houses, many of which have lane parking. Number 69 has been extensively renovated since 2004. The main floor was basically ripped out and re-built. Flooring, walls and and a new kitchen were installed. Upstairs, the bathroom was expanded (you have to see it!). The electrical panel and wiring were upgraded, and the back yard was re-landscaped to accommodate one car parking off the lane. Over the years, most of the house has been improved. (A full list of improvements is available.)

With parking, and located just half a block from Queen St E, this heart-of-Leslieville semi is perfect for anybody (singles, couples and/or families) wanting to live in an active, friendly part of town.

** SOLD **

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