Historic charm meets modern chic! Exceptionally spacious home with huge bedrooms and thoughtful renovations throughout. Large living room that flows effortlessly through an open pocket door to a bright and airy dining room. Perfect for entertaining! Inspired chef’s kitchen featuring granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Dining room opens to a step-out deck and landscaped backyard. Hardwood floors throughout. Spa-inspired washrooms. Basement bedroom with ensuite washroom and walk-in closet. Dream loft space on top floor for giant master bedroom or to let creativity loose.
Built in 1905, 67 Springhurst Avenue has maintained its historic charm with modern updates. This home’s historic exterior blends seamlessly with the contemporary flair of a bright and open interior. Close to top-notch restaurants, Toronto’s top java joints, and steps from all that Parkdale has to offer. Easy access to the Gardiner Expressway and the Queen Streetcar.
The powerful push of Queen Street West has now moved west into Parkdale bringing this legendary street's trendiness and hip bravado with it without completely replacing some of the longstanding businesses like the amazing selection of tasty roti shops. If you explore the historical houses below King West, you'll find properties that often have a breeze off the lake in the summer that can be five degrees cooler than the rest of the city.
It seems most people who live here love it. In fact, there's a pride in this neighbourhood I see in few others. Despite the vastly divergent populations that live here, the community is strong.
Houses can be very big with large lots compared to other similar neighbourhoods of the same era. Parkdale holds some of the best downtown historic architecture in the city. And its close proximity to downtown doesn't hurt either.