26 Willard Gardens


4/9/20242 min read

26 Willard Gardens


5 + 1 Bedrooms + 4 Bathrooms


50 x 106.36 feet as per MPAC

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Property Overview

Sensational Swansea location - nestled on a quiet and serene tree-lined cul de sac beside the park, steps to Bloor West Village! Live in, renovate or create your masterpiece! 50 foot frontage, private drive, built in garage. Bungalow with 3 levels at the rear, boasting 5 + 1 bedrooms, 4 washrooms, 3 kitchens - currently set up as 3 units, this home is ready for your personal touch! Sought after schools, brilliantly located in close proximity to subway, Humber River trails and parkland, easy access to Pearson, Billy Bishop and Bay Street!





50 x 106.36 feet as per MPAC



5 + 1



Private drive, built in garage

Inclusions: 3 fridges, 3 stoves, built in dishwasher, washer, dryer, small butcher block in mid-level kitchen, mirror in mid-level hallway, lawn mower in exterior storage room, auto garage door opener, gas burner & equipment, CAC & equipment.

Rental Items: hot water tank.

Neighbourhood Overview

Swansea Village is the only Toronto neighbourhood that has its own community-run Town Hall. Swansea is also the only Toronto neighbourhood to have a lake, a river, and a pond as it’s natural boundaries. Swansea’s hilly terrain, winding roads and many mature trees accentuate the storybook houses that line the residential streets of this neighbourhood.

The most convenient shopping district for Swansea residents is the Bloor West Village shopping district on Bloor Street West. Bloor West Village features Toronto’s best selection of European bakeries and delis.

The Swansea Town Hall and Community Centre includes a small gymnasium, and a selection of meeting rooms available for a variety of functions. Swansea Town Hall is also the home of the Swansea Memorial Public Library, the smallest branch of the Toronto Public Library system. This branch specializes in material for children and seniors and provides complete inter-library loan services. Rennie Park, located on the east side of Rennie Terrace, south of Morningside Avenue, has four tennis courts, an artificial ice rink, and a wading pool. High Park which can be accessed from Bloor Street, features a full day of recreational activities including fishing, theatre performances, train rides, an animal zoo, historical exhibits, a restaurant and a myriad of fitness opportunities.

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