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About 16 Mountview Ave

Calling all entertainers, host in style in this High Park Hottie! Preparation is a breeze in this large updated kitchen as conversations flow freely through the large open concept living and dining rooms! Step out onto the new two-tiered deck and enjoy the quiet private yard or better yet a relaxing soak in the hot tub after a long day!

Some other fantastic features of 16 Mountview Ave:

3 car private parking including 1 garage parking

3 bathrooms including a 2 piece on the main floor

Two wood burning fireplaces

New skylight

Large master with his/her closets and newly renovated 5 piece master ensuite featuring granite counters, his and her sinks, granite tile in shower and ceramic heated floors!

Your friends will be greeeeen with envy!

Speaking of green – ditching your car and getting outside will now be easier than ever.  Located a 3-minute walk from Keele station and a hop, skip and a jump from Toronto’s largest green space – High Park! Featuring year-round activities like hiking trails, dog parks, skating rinks, tennis courts and playgrounds you’ll never get bored – but if you do – there’s always historic Bloor Street Village, Roncesvalles Village and The Junction neighbourhoods to explore!

16 Mountview Ave Highlights

  • Central Air & Finished Basement
  • Park & Public Transit

Listing Courtesy of Keller Williams Referred Urban Realty

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About The Neighbourhood

High Park real estate is known for so much more than the gorgeous green space that acts as its epicentre. It actually some very important history!

The land that the park is built around was gifted to the city by an affluent Torontonian named John Howard in 1873, who declared it to be a "public park for the free use benefit and enjoyment of the citizens of the City of Toronto forever.” Since then, it has undergone a series of changes, including geographical expansion, the addition of the High Park Zoo, playgrounds, a dog park, gardens and much more. Of course, there are the famous cherry blossoms. These were gifted to the city in 1959 by Japanese Ambassador Toru-Hagiwara, as a token of appreciation of Toronto welcoming Japanese-Canadian post World War II.

Aside from the park itself, High Park real estate boasts stunning century homes and charming low-rise apartments, along with a buzzing main strip populated with shops, restaurants, cafes and more.

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