This absolute gem in the heart of Davisville is the type of home that central Toronto families clamour for; great location and neighbourhood as well as proximity to shops and within the borders of the much sought-after Maurice Cody school district.
It never fails – no matter how spacious or how intimate, everyone likes to be in the kitchen. It has always been considered the heart of any home and it’s easy to see why when you look at these gorgeous spaces. Great lighting, clean lines, smart storage, ease of flow and uncluttered counters are all the hallmarks of a well-done kitchen. It can inspire more envy than any other room in the house when you see one to which your own doesn’t measure up. I can picture myself siting quite happily in any of these, poring over menus or sharing a meal with family and friends. Can’t you?
Set along 490 feet of Lake Rosseau waterfront, and ideally located on beautiful Crystal Point, this stunning 5 bedroom, 6 bathroom cottage is a classic Muskoka gem. Privacy and sunshine are abundant with 6 acres of quiet, wooded land and a southerly exposure with miles long views.
Although it seems we still have one last snap of winter to come, signs of spring are in the air as Toronto residents are migrating back from winter sports and turning their minds to warm weather pastimes: jogging, car-washing, barbequing, and of course, tennis! For a city that spends the majority of the year under a blanket of snow, we have a surprising number of tennis clubs scattered throughout. Thinking of enrolling for the spring season? Here are some of the top options in central Toronto.
“Steady as she goes” best describes the performance of the Georgian Triangle real estate market as we move into the second quarter of 2013. The statistics released by the Georgian Triangle Association of REALTORS® (GTAR) for the month of March show little sign of weakness in property sales for the area, and rather build on the strength of the market thus far this year, and bolster the evidence that the Georgian Triangle is well positioned to weather the much debated issues of ongoing economic uncertainty, debt loads and general upheaval in the real estate market. Instead of retrenching, buyers continue to be active in the area clearly taking advantage of the comparative affordability and perceived value in Georgian Triangle properties, and consequently the performance of the Georgian Triangle real estate market has proven to be remarkably healthy, stable and resilient in the broader scheme of things.
Spring is a busy time of year for home buyers and sellers alike! Here’s a handy list of all the open houses we have on the go this weekend. Happy hunting!
There was a pronounced resemblance between the performance of the Toronto residential resale market in February and in March. In February sales were off by 15 percent compared to February of last year, while average sale prices rose moderately by 2.1 percent. Upon deeper review it became obvious that the market was fractured, with some sectors being very active, in some cases frenetic, while others lagged.