Toronto, ON M4T 2K4
Moore Park's most admired and prominent residence majestically set on a one-of-a kind 156' x 263' private ravine lots. Three separate severed lots. The stately and elegant modernized house is strategically positioned on the north lot to enjoy the panoramic views over the south garden and tranquil ravine. Gracious foyer, grand principal rooms, 10' ceilings, two staircases, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, two separate bedroom wings, spacious lower level with oversized windows for maximum natural light provide a flexible floor plan to enjoy a multi-faceted lifestyle, exquisite detailing, numerous French doors, outstanding millwork of exquisite proportions and craftmanship throughout. There have only been three owners of this special estate property. A once in a lifetime opportunity for absolute privacy, serenity and country vibe in the heart of the city! The options are limitless for this unique property - live in, add on, build new. Call listing agent to discuss the many options available. Sub-zero fridge, Wolf gas stove, KitchenAid dishwasher, microwave, LG washer & dryer, Frigidaire fridge, light fixtures (except excl.), California shutters, security system, sprinkler system. Exclusions: See feature sheet.
Rosedale/Moore Park is an upscale, mature, family-friendly neighbourhood originally designed to take advantage of the natural ravine landscape to create an island of calm close to the heart of the city. Designed at the turn of the century with wide, tree-lined streets and larger lots, many of the stately original homes were built before 1930.
It is known as the area where the city's 'old money' lives, and is home to some of Canada's richest and most famous citizens.
What It's Like
The neighbourhood has some of Toronto’s best public and private schools and family-friendly destinations. Moorevale Park has five outdoor tennis courts, a lawn bowling green, wading pool, playground, sports field and a baseball diamond.
What You'll Like
The neighbourhood is perfect for nature enthusiasts — winding ravine paths take residents to the famous Evergreen Brick Works and refurbished Lower Don Trail, and the tranquil winding paths of Mount Pleasant Cemetery connect residents to the Beltline Trail.