32 Ellis Park Road – Andrea Morrison
Incredible High Park! Simply stated…this is an opportunity of a lifetime. Fabulous and meticulously renovated 4 bedroom family home overlooking the endless green of the park. Spacious, bright and amazing. Professionally landscaped LOW maintenance perennial garden. Perfectly located, just steps to everything that matters! The park at your doorstep, renowned local schools, easy access to Bloor Street ambiance and subway. Watch the seasons change from your slice of heaven in the city!
Inclusions: existing: Whirlpool Gold fridge, Bosch dual fuel stove (gas/electric), Bosch built in dishwasher, exhaust hood, washer, gas dryer, broadloom where attached, electric light fixtures, alarm system (additional monitoring fee), high efficiency gas burner and equipment, high efficiency air conditioning system, instant hot water
Exclusions: dining room electric light fixture, 2 second floor bookcases
A note from the seller….
What I have loved about living and raising my family at 32 Ellis Park Road:
I love the expansive experience of seeing tree tops and endless sky. Yes, I climb stairs to get this, but it is well worth it! Every day I feel like I come home to my sanctuary, my retreat in the middle of the city. I have access to everything practical (like Bloor West Village, The Junction, Roncesvalles, great schools for my kids, Subway, Gardiner Expressway, shopping, local businesses, routes for running and cycling etc.) while being nestled/perched in the middle of nature. I love the feeling of privacy. Every window I look out of, I see nature rather than neighbours, and yet I am at the same time in the midst of community. I love the flow of the house, the feeling of openness, space and connection. It is a great house for living and entertaining with open space, beautiful views, and a cozy and welcoming feeling for one, two, four or twenty. My experiences of engagement with the outdoors begin on the front porch which is a wonderful place to sit, read, have a cup of tea three seasons of the year (even during rainfall), and flows into the private back lane behind our house where I can play ball with the dog or across the street into the expansive opportunities that High Park has to offer. When my kids were little, I appreciated that there was a distance between my front door and the street below. Having the back lane is something that each of us has cherished. It is a way of coming home that brings you into the quiet and calm of nature. It lets you leave the busyness of the day behind on The Palisades as you climb down the Valleymede stairs and ease into the calm of the back lane. Coming home this way always feels relaxing.