94 Moore Avenue is located in Toronto’s most sought after family neighbourhood – Moore Park. Just a short commute to downtown, Moore Park is an ‘in demand’ location for professionals and their families. In the Deer Park Junior & Senior Public School, North Toronto and Northern high school district and just a short stroll from wonderful parks and the Rosedale Ravine system, the area provides easy access to transit, the iconic Summerhill Market, Mooredale House and excellent dining and shopping on the Yonge, Mt. Pleasant and Bayview corridors. Moore Park is an amazing place to call home.
This fabulous renovated home sits on a well positioned 25.5 x 144 foot north facing lot on Moore, west of Mt. Pleasant. A semi-detached, brick home with front porch and massive curb appeal. Once inside, the open concept main floor with high ceilings and numerous windows is bright and inviting. A fabulous cook’s kitchen with large island and breakfast bar plus a family room with French doors leading out to a large deck for outside dining and entertaining as well a beautiful back garden perfect for children to play. A storage shed at the back of the property provides extra storage for toys, bikes and gardening tools. The second level boasts a well proportioned master suite with a large walk-in closet and luxurious 5 piece marble bathroom. There are an additional 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the second and third levels. The legal front pad parking is suitable for 1 car. From the moment you walk into this wonderful space, you will know you have found your perfect family home.
As the holidays come to a close and we get back to work and our regular routines, I wanted to provide some context surrounding the turbulence we have experienced in the Toronto real estate market over the past eighteen months and some thoughts on what to expect in 2019.
TREB’s March results reaffirm a predicted shift in the discussion around Toronto’s real estate market. We are no longer talking about a dramatic year over year growth, but rather about the lack of supply and affordability issues from first-time buyers. The intervention of government on both a federal and soon-to-be municipal level may incite more buyers and sellers to enter into the upcoming spring market.