372 Crawford Street, Toronto
Listed at $1,259,000
4 Bed / 2 Bath / 1500-2000 Sq.Ft. / 2 Parking / $4,653.46 Prop. Taxes
Location | Queen West, College Street, Ossington, King West, Trinity Bellwoods, three different streetcar lines. Quiet street in the middle of some of the most happening areas in the city.
Lot Size | Wide semi with a really deep backyard AND an oversized 2 car garage (which is extremely rare). You need to see it to believe how perfect the garage is.
East & West Facing | Have your morning coffee with the sunrise on the front deck and evening cocktails with the sunset in ultra low maintenance chic backyard.
4 Large Bedrooms | Every room has a closet and can fit a queen sized bed. A rarity for 100 year old homes in this neighbourhood.
Basement | Amazing is the first word that would describe it: private entrance, fireplace, perfect for tall people. It’s ideal for a nanny suite, running a business or divide it up for separate adult and kid play areas.
Storage | We’ll keep it short: the storage space in this house is phenomenal.
Renovated | Modern gourmet kitchen, chic new bathroom, refinished floors, freshly painted.
Great Curb Appeal | It’s the envy of other houses on the street!
Crawford is one of the most desired streets in the area. It’s quiet, close to the park and highly coveted. And this house couldn’t be more perfectly located on Crawford. Take your pick of restaurants on College St, Ossington, or King West all within minutes either by foot or car. People come from all over the city to enjoy these restaurants and you can literally walk to any of these restaurants and you can literally walk to any of these areas.
Stroll for hours along Queen St popping into any of the many clothing stores, galleries or independently owned home decor stores. Queen St is so cool West Queen West was rated No. 2 on Vogue’s list of hip districts.
Looking for a bit more variety? Nearby Liberty Village has become home to larger retail stores such as West Elm, EQ3, Casalife and Kitchen Stuff Plus.
With three streetcar options (Queen, Dundas & College) getting around the city is super easy and anyone commuting out of town can easily access either the QEW or Don Valley Parkway.