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  • 21 Burkebrook Place TH6

    $1,489,000 -
    North Toronto - Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills

    Rarely available!! Wide, gorgeous corner suite- 3 bedroom 3-storey townhouse in Kilgour Estates!! A gorgeous house alternative with an open concept living/dining room, family room, stone fireplace, custom kitchen desk & large side yard. Over 2500 square feet of living space!! Master bedroom boasts a large walk-in closet & large master bath en-suite! Multiple terraces! 250+ square feet roof-top terrace, 2 car parking!!

  • 21 Belleville Street

    $799,000 -
    East Toronto - East End-Danforth

    Beautiful Belleville! Delightful freehold townhouse nestled in a quiet community seconds from a loblaws, parks and the subway near Vic park and Danforth. 3 bedrooms - includes gorgeous master suite, two 'dens,' 2nd floor laundry room, 3 bathrooms, garage, enormous kitchen (with fireplace!) and sunny south facing back'yard'/terrace area off the kitchen. Do not delay! Get in to see this beauty on Belleville today.

  • 36 Hazelton Avenue 2A

    $5,250,000 -
    Central Toronto - Annex

    Extraordinary multi-level unit at exclusive 36 Hazelton Ave in Yorkville. Private in-suite elevator, approximately 2700 square feet of fully upgraded space. Bathed in ethereal light and luxury finishes. Building features include 24 hour concierge and valet, wine cellar, gym, billiards room. A spectacular unit in a boutique building in the middle of one of Toronto's finest neighbourhoods. You must see this!

  • 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!


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Mickey & Michelle

Mickey & Michelle

Your excitement, enthusiasm, and general positive attitude made the process fun and helped get us through the rough patches. We could never have imagined that we lived in a million dollar home but you made that a reality. All I can say is thank you! More

Toronto Photos: Fall House

The first days of autumn – the beginning of the year’s most colourful time. Sam Javanrouh noticed and captured this charming still life in Toronto’s Cabbagetown. …More

Sales in Toronto Still Breaking Records

Sales in Toronto are still breaking records. Greater Toronto Area reported 9813 sales trough TREB’s MLS® System in August 2016, making the sales rise by 22.69 per cent in comparison to August 2015.

PawsWay Program

PawsWay Program

Dog owners and their four-legged friends in Toronto have another reason to rejoice. Purina Pawsway, a pet center located at Harbourfront, decided to make Toronto even more welcoming for the dogs and launched a new Pawsway Pet-Friendly Loyalty Program. 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