Downtown Luxury in Trinity Bellwoods | 254 Shaw Street

February 18, 2021

Family living couldnt be easier in this beautiful modern home in the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood. 254 Shaw Street is a three storey detached Victorian home situated on highly coveted Shaw Street offering the very best of luxury downtown living.



The main level is open concept with 11.5 foot high ceilings and boasts fine design features including a statement fireplace in the living room, herringbone floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows for an abundance of natural light, and custom millwork. It is equipped with smart home wiring throughout. The modern chef’s kitchen boasts state-of-the-art appliances and finishes. The main level concludes with a family room and two-piece powder room as well as access to the backyard.





Upstairs, you will find 4 bedrooms across two levels. On the second floor, there are 3 lovely bedrooms. The first of the 3 bedrooms has its own 5-piece ensuite and the additional two bedrooms have access to a 4-piece bathroom. 





On the third level, you will find the private master suite. It boasts a fireplace and walks out to a large terrace overlooking the park with a dressing room and spa-like 5 piece ensuite.




The basement is the ultimate family space. It is fully finished with hardwood flooring and infloor heating, a large entertainment room perfect for family movie nights, a temperature controlled wine cellar, and two additional bedrooms for extended family or guests. There is also walkout access to the backyard from the basement. 



The backyard features turf and mature trees. It is spacious and offers a great space for alfresco dining. The property also features a large detached garage with heating/ car charging capabilities.



This property is currently listed at $4,195,000. For more information, please contact Tori Thorne at (416) 925-9191.


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