This detached home is packed with recent upgrades and ideally located by St. Clair streetcar, the future Eglinton Crosstown and a future UP Express stop. Open concept living and dining areas. Modern kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Extra TV room off the kitchen for Netflix binges.
Enjoy a large lot, legal front parking, garden with shed & patio, 3 generous-sized terraces and a great finished basement with separate cold storage. New roof 2019, AC 2018, Eaves & troughs 2018, Basement waterproofing 2019, and fully renovated master bathroom. Perfect opportunity for anyone looking to buy a great house in Toronto’s next emerging neighbourhood to transform.
***CO-LIST WITH SCOTT WILSON OF BOSLEY REAL ESTATE
Geographically, Silverthorn stands out. It’s an unusual part of the city in that it’s very hilly, like San Francisco (without the high prices or the ocean) whereas the rest of the city is mostly flat. Silverthorn was once part of the city of York before the Toronto amalgamation, but these days no one could walk through this neighbourhood and have any idea it was not part of Toronto.
For simplification, I’m going to say that Silverthorn runs from St Clair to just north of Eglinton. From the tracks along Weston to Caledonia. If you’re a stickler, I am combining two areas: Earlscourt and Silverthorn, but I’m going to call the whole thing Silverthorn.
I believe Silverthorn will be one of Toronto's emerging neighbourhood to watch in 2019.