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  • 98 Ferrier Avenue

    $1,295,000 -
    East Toronto - Danforth

    Amazing, Rarely Available!!, 3-Storey, Detached Home In Jackmam School District! Charming Home W/4-Finished Floors Of Living Space. Walk-Out To Deck, Balcony And 3rd Floor Private Master W/2 Pc Ensuite Bath, Walk-In Closet & Laundry! Separate Entrance To Finished Basement. Walk To Trendy Danforth Restaurants, Boutique Shops, Cafes, And Ttc Subway. Life Long Home Alert!

  • 20 Blue Jays Way #908

    $384,900 -
    Central Toronto - Toronto Waterfront

    Live in the heart of downtown toronto! Award winning building with amazing amenities! This stylish 1 bedroom plus den has an outstanding layout! Walk to rogers centre, cn tower, harbourfront, union station, and top notch restaurants and shopping. Close access to highways and the rest of downtown make this a great location for everyone. Never miss a beat being at the centre of it all!

  • 20 Scrivener Sq 608

    $479,000 -
    Central Toronto - Rosedale-Moore Park

    Welcome to the highly coveted "Thornwood"! Approximate 600 sq.ft. Immaculate, beautifully appointed, extremely well maintained. Feels way bigger than it is! Perfect pied-a-terre, great for first-time-home buyer's or as an investment. Walk to city's best restaurants & shops including flagship Lcbo and Summerhill market, terroni restaurant, carens wine bar, Harvest Wagon, St. Clair & Rosedale stations, Yorkville & Bloor St, not to be missed!

  • 142 Pears Avenue C3

    $829,000 -
    Central Toronto - Annex

    Show stopper! Open concept, renovated, 3 storey, 3 bedroom condo, approximately 1800 square feet, in the heart of Yorkville! Multiple balconies and a huge roof top terrace (over 500 square feet). Full south and north exposure. Family room with wood burning fireplace, master bedroom with walk in closet and 5 piece ensuite. Large kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Boutique building (32 units). Building has a newly finished, extremely private, outdoor pool.

  • 300 Balliol Street 605

    $369,000 -
    Central Toronto - Mount Pleasant West

    This is it!! Fantastic, midtown one bedroom plus den. Extremely bright and spacious! Beautifully renovated kitchen with brand new stainless steel appliances. Open concept layout. Large bedroom has great closets with organizers & a walk out balcony! Extremely low maintenance fees! Walk to great restaurants, shops, belt line walking trail and the Davisville subway station!!

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Kelly and Charlie Smith

Kelly and Charlie Smith

Heather did a wonderful job with both selling our condo and purchasing our first home last year. Her enthusiasm, patience, thorough nature and exemplary knowledge of the market made the entire process much smoother and enjoyable than we expected.

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Photo of the Month: Monarch Butterfly

This wonderful Monarch butterfly photo was shot by Richard BH in downtown Toronto.    …More

Strong Sales and Price Growth Recorded in June

TREB reported statistics for June 2016. It’s no surprise that market experienced strong demand even this month in the GTA.

YellowKorner

YellowKorner

High-end photography is one of the hottest trends in art collecting right now. YellowKorner, a Paris-based photography gallery, provides an accessible entre to this emerging market. Arriving in Canada in 2013, YellowKorner offers beautiful and interesting photographic prints across a variety of eras and styles. More
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Seaton Village Neighbourhood Central Toronto

Seaton Village Neighbourhood Central Toronto

Seaton Village is actually named after Lord Seaton. Born in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, he was a former Lieutenant Governor of Canada. However, the original settlers of Seaton Village were Colonel David Shank and Captain Samuel Smith, firends of the Lieutenant and loyalists serving in the Queens Rangers. Years after they settled, their farm lots were acquired by a successful merchant from New York City named George Crookshank. In the 1850s, the Village was laid out on the old Crookshank farm, at …More