An opportunity not to be missed! Stunning townhouse with 1850 square feet of sophisticated space over three storeys. The main level, open concept plan is the perfect backdrop for entertaining. The living room features a cathedral ceiling, floor to ceiling windows, hardwood floors and a fireplace. The generously sized dining room provides ample room for dinners with family and friends. The chefs kitchen was designed by architect Erik Jensen and completely renovated in 2014. Thoughtful consideration to detail has provided this room with excellent storage, up market, stainless steel appliances, Calcutta marble, waterfall counter tops and a breakfast bar overlooking a pretty garden at the front of the property. The second level includes a large family room/den with good light. A second bedroom with built-in murphy bed, storage, walk-in closet and 4-piece ensuite bathroom doubles as an office with a built-in desk. The third level is dedicated to master suite with 5-piece ensuite bathroom and a walkout to a private terrace nestled in the tree tops with city views. The lower level serves as a mudroom with a walk-in closet, excellent storage and immediate access to an underground parking space, locker, utility room and workshop.
18 Doncrest Road is located in the coveted neighbourhood of Playter Estates, steps from the chic shops and lively restaurants of the Danforth. Equally appealing to families and professionals alike, the townhouse sits in one of the most walkable neighbourhoods in Toronto and is a stone’s throw to the TTC’s Bloor Subway line, the DVP and is part of the Jackman Public School District.
|Property Type:||Condo Townhouse|
|Square Footage:||1800-1999 Feet|
|Foyer||8'2 X 6'2|
|Kitchen||16' X 9'9|
|Dining Room||16'7 X 11'5|
|Living Room||16'7 X 13'7|
|Family Room/Den||16'7 X 11'|
|Second Bedroom/Office||11'8 X 9'9|
|Master Bedroom||15' X 13'3|
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.