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Urbaneer News

// February 2017

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Savouring An Early Taste Of Spring!

 
Is there anything more energizing than when that first warm wind arrives, chasing away the chill of the winter months, if only for a moment? Although Spring is still a ways off, that soft breeze carries with it a subtle optimism that only those who’ve experienced a Canadian winter can truly appreciate; it promises that long, light-filled days and fragrant gardens brimming with new life are not far off. And for the team at Urbaneer, it also stirs anticipation for the arrival of Toronto’s lively Spring real estate market!

HomeWatch News - How To Find The Loft That’s Right For You

In this installment, we compare and contrast an element that has become an integral part of the Toronto property landscape over the past three decades: the loft. Traditionally, the original loft spaces were created by converting existing factory buildings into residential or live/work use. Essentially, the adaptive reuse of a structure - typically one constructed last century for commercial or industrial production, and built of brick and wood beam timbers or poured concrete - represents the historical roots of the loft market. Featuring open spaces with soaring ceilings and large factory windows, sweeping volumes provided a lofty quality to the units (hence the name) with more light and air flowing freely.
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This Month's Most Popular Blogs

Dear Urbaneer: My Obsession With Design Media Is Hampering My House Hunt!

While there is no denying the tremendous entertainment appeal of design shows and glossy magazines, the sheer volume, popularity and availability of them has transferred material changes to the house hunt. Buyer’s perceptions of what is acceptable as a baseline have been substantially altered; housing prices and...

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February 2017 - Home Of The Month - Dovercourt Village

This month we share the journey of clients - a professional couple living in the suburbs - who decided to pro-actively purchase an investment property that could serve as future accommodation for their daughter, should she choose to attend university in Toronto once she's completed high school. Like many forward-thinking parents today, acquiring a...

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Lawrence Park Is Home To Many Of Toronto’s Top Schools

One amenity of particular interest in your neighbourhood should be access to good schools. Even if you don’t have immediate need for schools in your household, their presence is immensely attractive to prospective homebuyers when you do go to sell. It’s all about creating additional value around your property so that you can get top dollar. Toronto is...

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Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs And Toronto Real Estate For Buyers

I've been reflecting a lot lately on how, for many, home ownership is the foundation to anchor, and nurture, our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs. Renowned American psychologist Abraham Maslow in his 1943 paper, “A Theory of Human Motivation” established a hierarchy of human needs. The theory...

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Latest Listings

Magnificent On Mona Drive Near Avenue And Lawrence:

Offered at $1,995,000

Both style and purpose are needed to define a space, which this 4+1 bedroom home has achieved in spades. Upon crossing the threshold, you're greeted by an elegant foyer that gives you a subtle flavour of what you’ll experience in the rooms beyond. This house marks an evolution, with just the right balance between original features and contemporary details, gleaming hardwood floors, details in the trim, moldings and ceilings throughout and lead paned windows interspersed, a pleasant nod to the years that have given this home its character. When you think about your 'home-to-be', what does it look like?

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A Clandestine Cabbagetown Conversion on Sumach Street:

Offered at $529,000

Any house hunter will tell you that finding a home that will be 'the one' has as much to do with where it is as with what it is. That’s because your life extends far beyond your four walls, engaging the community that surrounds you. Which is just one reason this lofty dwell is so appealing; who wouldn't want to stroll down a tree-lined allée to their own private sanctuary in prime Cabbagetown? Welcome to 289 Sumach Street, Loft 8! Situated on quiet Sumach Street, this heart-grabbing college-to-lofts conversion is the perfect refuge for the Buyer who prefers an open concept space that feels modern but is drenched in history and character.

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At urbaneer.com, we pro-actively position properties, relying on our deep skill set. With a multi-disciplinary education on housing, over twenty years of real estate sales, and a commitment to service, consider making urbaneer.com your realtor of choice! Call us for hassle-free pressure-free guidance at 416-322-8000. We're here to earn your trust, then your business.

Steven Fudge, Sales Representative
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage

 

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