An Opportunity to Own a Handsome North Rosedale Duplex or Convert to Single Family!
Comprises the second and third floors of the home, side door entry.
Second Floor Bedroom
Three-Piece Washroom, Second Level
Main floor suite
Main Floor Bedroom
58 Astley Avenue is a stately centre hall home with beautiful curb appeal. It currently functions as a duplex but can easily be converted to a single family home. The home has exceptional bones, exudes character and is awaiting a new owner to either retain the duplex (lower level tenant would be happy to stay) or create their dream home in an exceptional neighbourhood.
58 Astley is in the heart of North Rosedale and just steps to Chorley Park, a tranquil jewel in the city. Just below the park is Evergreen Brick Works, a combination nature preserve and event space. The Brick Works offers a weekend farmers’ market, casual fine dining at Café Belong and a garden centre. It is the perfect spot for a nature walk on the Brick Works trails and there are a variety of interesting events hosted throughout the year. Chorley Park also connects to the extensive Rosedale-Moore Park ravine system where you can enjoy walking, cycling and a true escape from city life right at your doorstep.
Rosedale is a unique neighbourhood as it has a quiet suburban feel yet it is a mere fifteen minutes to downtown Toronto by car or subway. North Rosedale truly is country living within the city! The Rosedale bus stop is located nearby for those aspiring to leave a greener footprint.
North Rosedale offers the conveniences of Summerhill Market, Rosedale’s Finest, Dolce Moda, two dry cleaners, a flower shop, a design store and a veterinary clinic all located a short walk away on Summerhill Avenue. Rosedale Park is a few blocks away and has a playground and areas for ping pong, soccer, tennis and baseball, plus skating in the winter.
If you are in the mood for a nice walk, the shops and restaurants on Yonge Street and Roxborough Street are approximately two kilometers away. Rosedale United Church is nearby and many other places of worship are in close proximity. Mooredale House, the local community center, offers a variety of programs and is nearby on Crescent Road. The Toronto Lawn and Tennis Club, a private sports club, is nearby and the Granite Club is a quick drive up Bayview Avenue.
For those looking for high-end shopping and further fine dining choices, Bloor Street’s Mink Mile and Yorkville are a ten-minute drive or a half hour stroll away.
Offered for Sale at $2,695,000