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A Dutch Colonial Brick And Cedar Shake Shingle Home | 29 Castle Frank Road

Posted by DavidRowlands.ca on April 4, 2018
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Nestled in exclusive South Rosedale and surrounded by some of the finest estate homes in Toronto, this classic detached 2-storey Dutch Colonial Brick & Cedar Shake Shingle home was built in 1910 and features over 3,000 square feet on three meticulously renovated and immaculately maintained levels. This 3 +1 bedroom, 4 bathroom home merges traditional style and workmanship with modern amenities and timeless design.
 

 

 
Entering the house through the large foyer sets the tone for the rest of the home. Intelligent and updated floor layout makes every square inch of the house useable for entertainment, relaxation or enjoyment. The spacious open-concept kitchen overlooks the home’s large professionally landscaped and maintained yard. With ample green all around, this private yard serves as an additional living room in the spring, summer and fall months.
 
 
 

 

 
Retreat upstairs to the private master bedroom oasis featuring solid hardwood floors, covered ceilings, large windows and generous walk-in closet with custom built-ins and a serene, spa- like 6 piece ensuite with heated floors. The second floor also features two additional well-proportioned bedrooms with solid hardwood flooring & bay windows, as well as a main 4-piece bathroom.
 
 
 

 

 

 
With windows on all four sides, this is a bright and airy, yet warm and inviting home.
 
The lower level is fully finished with a separate entrance, heated tiled floors, and o ers a spacious recreation room area, separate bedroom and also features a 3-piece bathroom, in addition to ample storage space and laundry area.
 
 

 
The home boasts an attached garage with one parking spot in front of garage, one within the garage and one through rear of the garage.
 
 
 
A rare opportunity to own this exceptional home, just steps from Craigleigh Gardens, the ravines of Rosedale, best schools & subway. This home comes loaded with both charm and intelligent design. It is set in a green, safe and quiet neighbourhood, yet an easy commute to downtown, or a pleasant walk to restaurants, entertainment or nature.
 

 
For over one hundred years Rosedale has held the distinction of being Toronto’s most fashionable address. Many of Toronto’s wealthiest and most prominent citizens reside in the Rosedale neighbourhood. Rosedale is unique in that it is surrounded by beautiful ravines and parkland that make you feel as if you are far away from the city, while in reality Rosedale is just a few minutes from Toronto’s major business, entertainment, and shopping districts.
 
Rosedale’s Victorian, Georgian, Tudor, and Edwardian style mansions were built between 1860 and 1930. Many Rosedale homes are listed on the Toronto Historical Board’s Inventory of Heritage Properties.
 
ROSEDALE NEIGHBOURHOOD FEATURES INCLUDE:
Perfectly situated in desirable South Rosedale, surrounded by beautiful ravines and parkland, and enjoyed by nature and fitness enthusiasts alike.
Centrally located with access to excellent public transportation on TTC subway line (walking distance to Castle Frank subway station) to reach downtown Toronto or other surrounding municipalities
Minutes to an incredible selection of top-rated boutique shops, exciting restaurants, & cozy cafes on Bloor Street’s Magnificent Mile, and along Yonge Street in Summerhill
Become part of an excellent community with prestigious schools, beautiful trails, parks and Mooredale House, a community centre run by the Rosedale and Moore Park Reseidents Association, featuring sports, fitness, arts and music programs for adults and children.

Area private schools:
Branksome Hall ?
Bishop Strachan School ?
Upper Canada College ? Area public schools: ?
Rosedale Jr. ?
Deer Park Jr. & Sr. ?
Jarvis Collegiate Institute ?
Northern Secondary School ?

Source: Chestnut Park Blog