Have you grown out of shabby-chic, and are ready for a Leslieville home that's slightly more modern? I'm not talking modern in the sense of an uber-austere, Starship Enterprise-esque downtown condo. Perhaps more of an uplifting, contemplative, light-infused space that's enhanced by subtle, stylish details. Details like glass partitions, delicate fabric and paper light fixtures, wire-brushed and oiled white oak floors, naturally-toned wooden doors and floating stairs…all of which combine to give a subtle warmth to the serene ambiance.
Welcome to 110 Hastings Avenue in Leslieville.
Located a few steps from Queen Street E, and some of East Toronto's best spots to dine (Gio Rana's, Tomi-Kro, Edward Levesque's). A quick streetcar or bicycle ride to downtown, it's a spot that's perfect for the quintessential urbanite. However, if you are more reliant on four wheels rather than two, the short jaunt to the Gardiner/DVP and amply-sized and lane-accessed parking will surely please. You can read more about this home's particulars at 110hastings.com
Between Halloween parties and trick-or-treat preparations, be sure to check out this stunning home in person at the public open house Saturday and Sunday from 2-5pm.