2 Crosby Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M6S 2P9
MLS NO: W4588558
ASKING PRICE: $1,349,000
OPEN HOUSES: Saturday, October 5th from 2-4pm and Sunday, October 6th from 2-5pm
Rustic Chic design meets exquisite attention to detail and quality workmanship in this charming detached bungalow just steps from the scenic Humber River and Etienne Brulé Park. This completely custom built home was thoughtfully renovated with an addition in 2017 and offers an incredible amount of space and designer finishes for the discerning buyer: including hardwood floors, pot lights, French doors, gorgeous crown mouldings and trim, plus sliding barn doors and wood beams.
A large and inviting separate foyer welcomes you in from outside, with an oversized armoire, bench seating and lots of coat hooks, providing tons of function for a busy family. The open concept family and dining rooms are elegant and classic, but maintain a bright and airy feel courtesy of the beautiful double French doors that open up to the home's huge entertainer's deck. The antique finished kitchen features lots of storage, a centre island, stone backsplash, and under cabinet lighting- a chef's dream for preparing gourmet delights.
Retreat to the master bedroom to relax after a long day - romantic and peaceful, this room easily accommodates a king sized bed with oversized furniture. Featuring pot lights, hardwood floors, sliding barn doors to the large his/hers walk-through closet and a spa-like 3-piece ensuite washroom with custom vanity and large walk in shower with glass surround. There are two other bedrooms on the main floor, both with double French doors and crown mouldings; one offers two large windows and a closet, while the other features a beautiful view - leading out to the deck and yard.
Plenty of additional living space can be found in the newly renovated basement. Featuring a large inviting rec room, two spacious bedrooms, a combined laundry with 3-piece washroom, in addition to a huge unfinished workshop/storage room that can be completed to suit as additional bedrooms, potential nanny/income suite, or just about anything you can imagine.
No need for a cottage when this is your home! Entertain in style with a show stopping yard, huge deck with gas bbq hookup, a fire pit with welcoming Muskoka chairs, and even a new 9’ x 13’ cedar shed that could be used for storing your garden supplies or make for the perfect cabana.
What more could you ask for? Why travel hours up north to relax when you can experience true paradise in the heart of the city? Welcome home to 2 Crosby Avenue.
FEATURES & FINISHES:
A neighbourhood like few others within the limits of a metropolis like Toronto, the Warren Park Valley is a family friendly, community-focussed neighbourhood where you can truly get to know your neighbours. Enjoy the great outdoors with countless parks, trails and wildlife steps away; or have the best of city living within a few minutes walk or a short commute, and all at one of the most attractive price points that can be found within Toronto proper.
Located smack dab in the middle of some of the city’s most exclusive (Ahem, Baby Point, The Kingsway) and trendy (Oh, hi Bloor West Village and the Junction) west-end pockets, ‘The Valley’ as residents affectionately call it, is truly one of those sleeper neighbourhoods that few even know exists (What’s at the bottom of that hill anyways?)…
Oh yeah! Just one of the province’s most extensive river and conservation systems literally at your doorstep! The Humber River trail system extends for dozens of kilometres, with walking, cycling, and hiking trails, amazing parks, and views of incredible birds, fish, foxes, deer, vegetation and other species for you to enjoy all year long.
But what people don’t know about the Valley is the incredible sense of community that exists in this charming neighbourhood. Something that rarely exists in a city this big, a pocket where you’ll actually get to know your neighbours and feel okay asking for that cup of sugar. Community events galore, resident-maintained skating rinks, and a true ‘it takes a village’ mentality can be found here. It’s definitely not your average Toronto neighbourhood.
Homes in the valley are, according to many, undervalued for just how special the community is, and it’s location. Lot sizes range from 25 to 35 feet in frontage for most homes, by anywhere between 90 and 125 feet in depth; and the majority of the housing stock built in the 1950’s, meaning these traditional semi detached homes offer opportunity for add-ons, renovations and huge returns on investment.