WELCOME TO 55 HIGHVIEW AVENUE
This sun-filled Scarborough home is absolutely gorgeous with a landscaped yard leading up to a lovely covered wrap-around porch – ideal for enjoying a morning coffee with a good book or to host a family barbeque.
The spacious foyer features a front hall closet and opens into the beautifully appointed living room. Solid maple hardwood floors, pot lights, and large windows complete this room perfectly.
The living room leads into the modern eat-in kitchen which features the same hardwood floors, quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. Large sliding doors lead out to the wrap-around porch with access to the back yard and garden. The kitchen features plenty of windows to allow for ample natural light. It also includes an abundance of cabinetry for storage, along with a large run of counter space for meal preparation.
The main floor also features a convenient and modern 2-piece powder room.
The upper level of the home features three nicely appointed bedrooms all with large windows and tons of natural light. The 4-piece washroom on this level features modern finishes and plenty of room to get ready in the morning.
The lower level includes a functional rec room with space for movie night, a play area, or a home office depending on your needs. A laundry area and 3-piece renovated washroom complete this level perfectly!
The outdoor space is a private oasis right in the heart of the city. It is fully fenced-in and also includes a storage shed.
55 Highview Ave has been well maintained and cared-for and sits on an oversized 30’ x 112’ lot. The property also includes a private drive with room for two car parking.
55 Highview is situated in the Birch Cliff neighbourhood. It’s a short distance to Rosetta McClain Gardens, Birchmount Stadium and Highview Park! There are tons of great shops, cafes and restaurants close by including The Birchcliff, Mama’s Boy Burgers, and Jatujak.
Move in and enjoy this family home!
Birch Cliff is an established, family-oriented neighbourhood set amidst the idyllic backdrop of the Scarborough Bluffs and Lake Ontario. Drawing attention away from the lake is Kingston Road, a major thoroughfare that arches its way through the centre of this neighbourhood.
The Birch Cliff area began to be developed in 1895, when the Toronto Hunt Club relocated here. Fox Hunts were held at this club up until the 1930’s, when golf became the memberships preferred activity. In the late 1890’s and early 1900’s many Toronto residents built summer cottages on the property adjacent to the Toronto Hunt Club. One of these cottages was named “Birch Cliff.” This name was also adopted by the local post office and became the name for the neighbourhood.
The retail corridor along Kingston Road contains a mix of convenience-type stores, neighbourhood bars and restaurants, and professional and medical offices. Kingston Road west of the Toronto Hunt Club, is more gentrified and includes an art gallery, a doggie daycare and apparel store, a party and play centre for children, and upscale restaurants and cafes. The artsy tone of this shopping district continues west past Victoria Park Avenue and into the Upper Beach neighbourhood.