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Exceptional in Etobicoke!

Live on one of the most beautiful streets in the area in this updated 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom bungalow with separate 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom large basement suite in the The Elms/Humberlea neighbourhood. Located on a beautifully landscaped, oversized lot surrounded by mature trees, this home feels like it could be a private cottage getaway. This turn-key home features hardwood floors and pot lights throughout, an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and gas range, updated bathrooms, and a huge – we’re talking huge – basement suite with separate entrance and great light throughout. Perfect for an in-law suite or to rent out for additional income potential!

Enjoy a functional 3 bedroom layout, light-filled windows, a living room with built-in shelves and an updated bathroom in the primary living space. In the basement, occupants enjoy toasty feet with a heated floor in the bathroom.

Looking for a getaway in the city? Create a great family home with ample space both inside the home and outside. Enjoy the large, landscaped yard and proximity to great parks and amenities like the Humber River Trail, West Humber Parkland, Pine Point Park with outdoor pool, arena and soccer fields, and The Elms Park, or walk or bike the neighbourhood streets to admire the tall, mature trees. Perfect your golf swing by visiting one of the neighbourhood golf courses like the Humber Valley Golf Course or Weston Golf & Country Club. It’s just a short walk to Elmlea Junior School (with French Immersion) or to quick amenities like Dollarama, Walmart Supercentre and Fresh Value supermarket at Rexdale Mall on Islington Avenue.

Surrounded by great amenities, it’s just a short drive to everything you need at nearby shopping like Best Buy, LCBO, Shoppers Drug Mart, The Home Depot, Canadian Tire and The Beer Store. Grab your shopping bags and stock up on groceries for the week at Real Canadian Superstore just south of the 401. Browse the racks of clothing at Joe Fresh, or head a bit further east on the 401 and access all of the brand name clothing, homewares and accessory shopping you can dream of at Yorkdale Mall. And rumour has it – there is a new costco being built near Rexdale

Taste the world with takeout from delicious restaurant spots like Chubby’s Fish & Chips, Hamdi Restaurant Somali Cuisine, Afghan Kebob Cuisine, Auntie Bell’s Jamaican Cuisine, Faley Chinese, Baghlan Kabob & Bakery, Wally’s Grill, Sallama Hut and Golden Gate Restaurant nearby. Need a quick meal or snack? Pick up food from well-known food spots like Subway, Popeye’s, Tim Horton’s, McDonalds and Double Cheese Halal Pizza and Wings.

If your work or weekend plans take you throughout the GTA, you’ll love living just a quick drive to the 401 to head East or West, and just one major interchange away from Highway 400 to head north and Black Creek Drive to head south into the city. Grab the bus down Islington Avenue to access the TTC at Bloor. Heading to the airport? You’re just 15 minutes away via the 409 or Dixon Road. Or, grab a GO Train nearby at Etobicoke North station.

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An established Etobicoke neighbourhood in the north end of the city, The Elms is a diverse community made up of established professionals, young families and longtime residents from a wide variety of economic and cultural backgrounds. The Elms neighbourhood is located next to the very scenic Humber River Valley corridor, and as a result there are plenty of parks, mature trees and a varied landscape full of hills and ravines. It is situated just across the Humber River from the Pelmo Park / Humberlea neighbourhood and was historically developed in the 1950’s and 60’s in the area of many prior golf courses, namely the former Elms Golf Club. Another large golf course named Pine Point was located just south of the Elms course along Hadrian Drive and was sold in the early 1950’s to the same developers who built the nearby Rexdale neighbourhood. Streets in the area feature varied homes on longer driveways, wide lots and are lined with beautiful, mature trees.

A fantastic spot for recreation, The West Humber Parkland Trail can be accessed off Albion Road at the north end of the neighbourhood. This 5 kilometre trail follows the valley to the Humber Arboretum where a large variety of plants and wildlife can be enjoyed. Across the street from the West Humber Trail parking lot is Summerlea Park, which includes a baseball diamond, a playground and tennis courts that are used as an ice rink in the winter. Pine Point Park is a long park just north of the 401 in this neighbourhood. This multi-use park includes the Pine Point Indoor Arena, tennis courts, an outdoor pool, an outdoor hockey rink, a field, and a playground. The park is also the starting point for a 1.7 kilometre paved trail with bridges across the Humber River and nearby Berry Creek. Perfect for bike rides in the summer and walks during all four seasons.

You can really taste the world here by enjoying a wide assortment of restaurants from around the world, but namely Africa and the Middle East. Enjoy restaurants like Hamdi Restaurant Somali Cuisine, Afghan Kebob Cuisine, Faley Chinese, Baghlan Kabob & Bakery, Sallama Hut and Golden Gate Restaurant. Stop for traditional fish & chips at Chubby’s Fish & Chips, grab a breakfast at Wally’s Grill, or fulfill a jerk chicken or Jamaican patty craving at Auntie Bell’s Jamaican Cuisine. Treat yourself to something yummy from Tre Rose Bakery. Grab a sandwich nearby at Subway or fried chicken at Popeye’s. Pick up quick food from McDonalds, Starbucks, Wendy’s, or Tim Horton’s.

Shop for groceries, home and fashion amenities at Real Canadian Superstore or Walmart Supercentre, electronics at Best Buy, home furnishings at The Brick and home building supplies at The Home Depot. Browse for great Asian ingredients at Fresh Value grocery. Pick up what you need nearby at the LCBO and The Beer Store. Grab quick supplies at Dollarama or Giant Tiger and prescriptions from Shoppers Drug Mart. Head out for a quick drive along the 401 to access name brands and restaurants at Yorkdale Mall.

Neighbouring Highway 401 and just one interchange away from Highway 400, you can easily travel all over the city and the GTA. Hop on a TTC bus down Islington Avenue to access the subway at Bloor. Heading to the airport? You’re just 15 minutes away via the 409 or Dixon Road. Or, grab a GO Train nearby at Etobicoke North station to head to Union Station.

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