Sometimes a home is more than four walls and a roof”¦
Sometimes a home is more than four walls and a roof over your head. Sometimes, home is freedom. Sometimes, home is possibility. Sometimes, home is all your own! This charming Edwardian in the heart of Toronto’s Junction Triangle offers all the conveniences and touches of a modern home along with a funky downtown vibe. Sometimes, you can have it all!
235 Symington Ave. Toronto, ON, M6P3W5
16.42 x 90 feet
Hardwood Floors throughout, Heated floors in main bath, Private enclosed yard, Separate Entrance to Basement, Kitchen rough-in in basement, Updated Windows, 100 Amp Electrical Service, steps to the Junction, short walk to Dundas station, Lansdowne station, or TTC drops four houses down, quick walk to UP express (to airport or Union), walking distance to Rail Path, Surrounded by parks, splash pads and free outdoor ice skating rink in the winter, French immersion school across the street, Plans for rear additions approved and included below
Built-in Wall Oven, Built-in Flush Mount Cooktop, Built-in Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Stainless Steel Hoodvent, HE Front Load Washer, Front Load Dryer, Gas Burner & Equipment, Air Conditioning & Equipment, All Electric Light Fixtures, All Window Coverings
We hope you are all keeping healthy and safe at home - what a few weeks it has been! With the ever-changing COVID-19 situation, we wanted to update you on how we plan to continue working and what we are seeing in the market.
Realtors have been deemed an essential service (for now) by the province of Ontario, mainly so that buyers/sellers who have upcoming closings during this time are not left stranded. While our office has ceased all in-person meetings and showings, we are able to continue business for our clients (through phone calls and Zoom/Skype) who are planning their listings or still looking to invest in the market.
We have been watching the market very closely. We are seeing some sellers (including our own) hold off on listings, some condo buildings have banned showings altogether, some properties and units are selling as expected while others aren’t selling or are being taken off the market. There’s a reason everyone keeps using the word “unprecedented”. We’ve never gone through this before and there is so much uncertainty. One thing we do know, the longer this lasts, the bigger its impact will be.
The best advice we can give our clients is to hang tight, stay home and put the health of your loved ones first. If you want to talk about real estate or just say ‘hi’, give us a call! We love Zoom, Skype, Facebook, FaceTime, WhatsApp… the list goes on.