180 Holborne Ave, Toronto, ON
3 full, 1 half baths
Once upon a time back in 2001....
A new house was built 100% new amongst the many older homes still here. A one of a kind indeed. Still as solid and dependable today. This custom built home is designed to appeal to the smart buyers in this area. 19 ft master bedroom retreat you won’t see often. You will regret not buying this. The modest design & materials used were built to last. Look past the fluff when making a smart long term investment. Do your homework. Focus on foundation.
Book a visit with your realtor today! You will regret it if you miss out on this one of a kind home...
Check out this latest Podcast episode dedicated to 180 Holborne Ave....
This home is unlike any other in the area in so many ways....
If you love this area but need more space, this is the ONLY home you will want to have. PLUS you are 10 mins from the Danforth, Woodbine Station and all there is to enjoy along the Danforth. 2 mins away is Stan Wadlow Park and access to bike trails that connect to the Great Trail that takes you all the way across Canada on 27,000 km of bike trails.
You will love the skylights and intelligent design. Built new from the ground up in 2000. Not a top up with old foundation. Solid brick and block foundation. Designed for maximum enjoyment of living and working spaces. Here are just a few reasons you do not want to bid on any home until you see this one.
- 3+1 beds (largest master bedroom you will ever see under $2M)
- 4 baths
- 2 kitchens
- 3 separate entrances
- Dedicated home office/home school space
Built in Home gym in garage (included and valued at over $2k)
Some fun local facts to consider...
- The origin of the name Holborne Ave? This is what I found that may apply. Anthony [Antony] Holborne [Holburne] (c. 1545 – 29 November 1602) was a composer of music for lute, cittern, and instrumental consort during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
- The first local fire and police station in East York was located right here on Holborne Ave near Cedarvale. The house still exists to this day.
- The Township of East York was incorporated on January 1, 1924 with a population of 19,849
Wondering if anyone famous lived in East York? Here are just a few....
- Will Arnett, actor
- John Candy, comedian and actor
- Shirley Douglas, actress; daughter of political leader Tommy Douglas; mother of Kiefer Sutherland
- Peter Lynch, TV director
- Raymond Massey, actor
- Joseph Motiki, actor, voice actor, and television presenter
- Colin Mochrie, actor and improvisational comedian
- Kiefer Sutherland, movie and TV actor, 24
- Nerene Virgin, journalist, actress and teacher