82 Woodlawn Avenue West


5/13/20244 min read

82 Woodlawn Avenue West


3 + 1 Bedrooms + 4 Bathrooms

Yonge and St Clair / Summerhill

30 x 178.58 foot lot as per MPAC

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Property Overview

This home paints a picture of luxury and elegance, privacy and convenience, highlighting the unique features and fine craftsmanship of the grand Kellner townhome on wonderful Woodlawn. With over 4000 square feet of living space, and bathed in natural light from four expansive skylights, the spacious interiors invite comfort and exude modern sophistication. The home’s grandeur is further accentuated by meticulous attention to detail—note the coffered ceilings and precise crown moulding.

Imagine preparing meals in the oversized chef’s kitchen, equipped with a butler's pantry, stone center island, and top-of-the-line appliances—a culinary dream. Adjacent, the family room provides a peaceful space overlooking the garden and patio, offering a perfect backdrop for relaxation or entertaining guests. Retreat to the opulent master suite, where tranquility meets luxury with a six-piece ensuite washroom featuring heated floors, a steam shower, and a lavish soaker tub beneath skylights that illuminate with the day's light. The functional elegance of the walk-in dressing room is truly special, with a granite topped center pedestal.

The fully finished lower level adds a layer of functionality and indulgence, complete with heated floors for your comfort. It houses a recreation room and an additional bedroom, perfect for a guest suite or a creative studio, with convenient walk-up access to the enchanting rear garden.

As dusk settles, the exterior lighting casts a magical glow over the deep, lush garden, transforming it into a private backyard oasis. Located in an exclusive and highly sought after neighborhood, this home is just moments away from top-tier dining, boutique shopping, and some of the city's finest private schools. Discover refined elegance and a distinguished lifestyle at this exquisite Woodlawn townhome.

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30 x 178.58 feet as per MPAC



3 + 1



Private drive, built in double garage


Existing appliances: JennAir fridge, Wolf 6 burner gas range, Dacor built in oven, Miele dishwasher, VentAHood, JennAir wine fridge; Maytag Maxima XL steam washer and dryer; lower level fridge; existing electric light fixtures, bathroom mirrors (except powder room); valance in kitchen; all curtain rods and existing blinds; window treatments in 2nd bedroom and 3rd bedroom/studio; custom blinds in living room and kitchen; broadloom where attached, lower level cabinet (not attached), Level 2 EV charger in garage, alarm system (not currently monitored), front and rear irrigation system, front and rear landscape lighting, gas barbecue hookup, automatic garage door opener and remote, gas burner and equipment, central air conditioning and equipment.


Dining room electric light fixture; pendant light in kitchen; all fabric draperies (except as included), sheers in primary bedroom; all wall mounted decorative mirrors; mirror in powder room, gallery lights and hangers (track rails included and remain); 2 gas hot water tanks (rentals).

Neighbourhood Overview

The Summerhill neighbourhood is named after ‘Summer Hill’ house, a magnificent Regency cottage built in 1842, by transportation baron Charles Thompson. Summer Hill stood on the crest of the hill on what is now a pretty residential street known as Summerhill Gardens. Thompson’s two hundred acre Summer Hill estate stretched from the present day Yonge Street to Mt. Pleasant Road. On this site Thompson established the ‘Summer Hill Spring Park and Pleasure Grounds’. This amusement park featured rides, games, swimming and a popular dance pavilion that was located inside the Summer Hill house. In 1866 the Summer Hill property was bought by Larratt William Smith, an esteemed lawyer and businessman. Smith turned Summer Hill into a private estate for his large family. The Summerhill neighbourhood was annexed by the City in 1903. Two years later Smith would pass away and in 1911 with the City encroaching at its doorstep Smith’s heirs sold Summer Hill to land developers. It was the end of an era. Prior to the 1910s the only houses in this neighbourhood other than the Summer Hill estate itself were the Victorian row houses and labourers cottages at the south end of the neighbourhood near the railway tracks. These homes housed the workers at the North Toronto Railway station which was the prime passenger railway terminus in Toronto at the time. In 1929 the North Toronto station was replaced by Union Station as the main terminus for the City. However; the railway would continue to play an important role in Summerhill’s history. In 1954 Summerhill became a designated station on the Yonge Street subway line and in 2003 the North Toronto railway station with its distinguished clock tower and magnificent architecture was refurbished and brought back to life as one of the largest liquor stores in Canada. Ed. Note: The former Summer Hill Coach House, circa 1865, is still standing today, at the rear of 36 Summerhill Gardens. This house with its distinctive slate roof can be seen from the south end of the Rosehill Reservoir.

Summerhill’s turn of the century houses, winding tree-lined streets, and abundance of parkland have made it one of Toronto’s most preferred neighbourhoods. It is conveniently located along the Yonge Street corridor, providing Summerhill residents with easy access to Toronto’s downtown business and entertainment districts.

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