Tucked away on what might be one of Toronto's most "adorable" streets, is number 46 Geneva. This solid brick stunner is a completely renovated 1890's terrace house that offers all the charm and high-end conveniences you could need.
Welcome to 46 Geneva Avenue - Cabbagetown's best kept secret!
Situated in the tree-lined oasis that houses North America's largest largest collection of preserved Victorian residences, this tenacious terrace home is a hop, skip and a jump to Cabbagetown's village shoppes on Parliament, with its dynamic collection of retail, grocers, cafes, a liquor store and even a charming very comfortable Starbucks! Some of our favourite destinations include Jet Fuel, The House on Parliament, St. Jamestown Steak and Chops and Spruce for designer home furnishings and don't forget the neighbourhood's prized restaurant F'Amelia just up the street!
Featured in Chatelaine Magazine, this home was designer-renovated and boasts soaring ceilings, glass encased barn beam stairs, and rustic plank floors. Light envelopes your luxurious living room featuring elegant custom built-ins, an ethanol fireplace with gorgeous mantle and crown moldings. The well-appointed dining room features a sparkling modern chandelier juxtaposed against the vintage character imbued by the custom-millwork. The luxurious kitchen is equipped with 6-burner Wolf range, stainless steel appliances, dual-zone wine fridge, custom marble counters and overlooks a serene backyard space. The private outdoor oasis offers the perfect space for entertaining or dining al-fresco, and a laneway parking space.
On the second floor, are three enchanting bedrooms. Here, luxury is in the details, including custom window treatments, his & her closets, and two luxe washrooms that will make your heart pitter patter in delight! The lower level offers a fantastic space to house your media room, with an additional room to use for your home office or guest accommodations, including a powder room.
If you're looking for heart-grabbing, this very well may be it!
Want to learn more about Cabbagetown and it’s fab amenities? Here’s our Neighbourhood page on Cabbagetown including video, city census data on the area plus past blogs!
And here's one of our most popular posts called 'Why The East Side Has Historically Been Cheaper' which we consider an essential read.
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