Prime Yorkville! Amidst heritage homes on a tree-lined street, this cool semi with two fireplaces, two terraces, and a garage rests just beyond the corner of Berryman and Hazelton Avenue. Enjoy the best life the city has to offer literally steps to the butcher, the baker, and candlestick maker! Both Bloor and University subway lines, divine cuisine, Whole Foods, five-star hotel spas and international haute couture are also within a 10-minute walk.
This lovely home is built to house your art collection. A cathedral ceiling at its core warms the hardwood floors in living and dining areas featuring a gas fireplace and Juliette balcony. The renovated kitchen has cobalt blue Caesar stone counters, (charming table for two included) modern gray cabinetry loaded with custom features, 5 appliances, stainless steel backsplash and stylish black tile marble floor.
Contemporary railings on the floating staircase add an airy playfulness to this unique home. The second storey has the option to convert the study overlooking the living room into a bedroom. It overlooks the courtyard and has a triple mirrored closet. Down the hall, a generously sized master bedroom has a four-piece ensuite brightened by the skylight, two sets of closets, and custom wooden shutters on the windows.
On the third-floor, a versatile retreat can be a third bedroom, den or study with easy access to the four-piece bathroom. You’ll love the great city view from the private rooftop terrace night and day.
The lower level has room for a piano plus a list of bells and whistles: wood-burning fireplace, built-in bookshelves, sliding glass doors to backyard terrace, laundry, convenient guest powder room and direct access to the garage…pitch perfect!
Walk to best shopping in Toronto from international designers and artisans including: Louis Vutton, Christian Louboutin, Prada, Hugo Boss, Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, Burberry, Roots, JCrew, Zara, H&M and Yorkville Village Shops. Whole Foods, Pusateri, Equinox Fitness, Art Galleries, Royal Ontario Museum, Four Seasons Hotel, Hazelton Hotel and a multitude of diverse restaurants, cafes, Toronto Reference Library, University of Toronto, schools, parks and various places of worship including some of Toronto’s landmark churches.