27 Handel Street, Toronto


Listed at $499,000

767 Sq. Ft. + 749 Sq. Ft. Below Grade / 2 Car Garage / Prop Taxes $2,628.38

Charming Bungalow

If you are looking to get into the booming Toronto real estate market this beautiful sun filled bungalow is your opportunity. The functionality is perfect. With a full basement apartment (current AAA tenant is willing to stay or go) you can have someone else contribute to your mortgage while you enjoy home ownership upstairs. Should you find yourself one day requiring more living space just convert the basement back into an additional family room with a bedroom for guests or visiting in-laws.

This is a solid brick home that has been well maintained. The electrical, roof, furnace and windows have all been recently updated or replaced (see list of upgrades) so it really is that easy to move in and enjoy your new home.

Did we mention the double car garage and limited outdoor maintenance? For those with a green thumb the city garden plot is just a few steps away. Plant your own garden to enjoy the freshness of each season.

Additional Information

  • Possession | May 2, 2016
  • Property Taxes | $2,628.38
  • Mechanics | Gas / Forced Air, Central Air
  • Sq. Footage | 767 Square Feet + 749 Square Feet Below Grade
  • Parking | 2 Car Garage


If you’re looking for a great up and coming neighbourhood, this is the place to be.

A bit of history of the area: Back in the 1920’s former owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs Conn Smythe opened the Smythe gravel pit. After World War II, the pit was transformed into housing for returning servicement.

The area is easily accessible by transit. Buses run to both Jane and Runnymede stations.

Smythe Park provides 15.3 – hectares of peaceful escape. The park features three baseball diamonds (the main diamond was recently refurbished by the Jays Care Foundation), a children’s playground, splash pad and outdoor pool.

After some fun in the sun, foodies can satisfy taco cravings at Playa Cabana Cantina, and enjoy wood fired Neapolitan-style pizzas at Annette Food Market. There is also the Junction Craft Brewing, a microbrewery and retail store. The Junction Farmers Market runs on Saturday mornings from May through November and has an array of all natural products from honey and garden veggies to wines and meats. Better yet, they are locally owned. Adventurous types can try their hand at Bad Axe Throwing, an axe throwing facility that opened last year.

The western edge of the neighbourhood encompasses the historic Lambton Gold and Country Club – founded in 1902. The club offers golf, tennis, and serves as a space to say your “I do’s” and host large events. For beginners not prepared to commit to membership fees, the public Scarlett Woods Golf Course is nearby.

The family run Messina Bakery sells Italian baked goods (Sicilian cannoli is the specialty here). Big-box grocery stores Freshco and Loblaws are also nearby. There has been much hype surrounding the Stockyards, a newly developed 550,000 square foot mall at St. Clair and Weston Road. The outdoor mall includes a Winners, Roots, Sport Chek and Bouclair Home.

There are a number of schools in the area, including Archbishop Romero Catholic Secondary School, Cordella Junior Public School and Rockcliffe Middle School.

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