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About 65 Woodbine Ave

Coveted location is just steps away from Woodbine Beach, the iconic boardwalk, Olympic pool, playgrounds, and the scenic Martin Goodman Trail. From your door steps, enjoy spectacular firework displays, indulge in fine dining in many restaurants along Queen St, play a variety of sports at The Balmy Beach Club, the Kew Gardens Tennis Club, Kew Beach Lawn Bowling Club, or immerse yourself in outdoor festivals at History and Woodbine Park. With a double garage and swift access to downtown Toronto via car or TTC, and a mere 15-20 minute drive from Union Station, convenience is paramount. Step inside this meticulously designed residence to discover a well-appointed home with an above grade finished basement, offering 3 well-sized bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The main level features an inviting eat-in kitchen and spacious open concept living and dining rooms, perfect for entertaining guests. Retreat to the second floor owner’s sanctuary, complete with a walk-in closet, and an ensuite bathroom. Outside, enjoy access to three balconies that provide tranquil spaces to unwind amidst the beauty of this desired neighborhood. Excellent daycare, elementary and high school facilities nearby, this home offers the perfect blend of comfort, convenience, and coastal charm.

65 Woodbine Ave Highlights

  • 5 Appliances
  • Gas Fireplace
  • 3 Sun-Decks with BBQ Area
  • Open concept kitchen
  • Finished Basement
  • 2 Car Private Garage With Entrance to Home
  • Extra Large Walk-In Master Closet

Listing Courtesy of EXP REALTY, BROKERAGE

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About The Neighbourhood

Located in the east-central district of downtown in what was once known as the Old City of Toronto, lies The Beaches.  The locals call it “Beach Village” or “The Beach”. This bustling district used to be heavily wooded in the 1900s with privately owned houses scattered along the boardwalk.

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