Highly desirable, canopy treed street.
Charming front porch and inviting foyer entry, hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace in formal living room, stained glass, bay window, french doors. Renovated to the studs in 2008 including wiring, insulation, windows, bathrooms, pot lights and kitchen. Bright dining room and sunroom addition with main floor powder room and walkout out to sunny west facing, landscaped backyard and deck – perfect enclosed space for kids and entertaining! Finished, open concept family room in the basement, fourth bathroom and separate entrance. Great positioning on lot and street. Short stroll to the Beach and the shops on Queen.
You can find 152 Hammersmith Avenue in the Beaches. The nearest major intersection to this property is Queen Street East and Woodbine Avenue, in the city of Toronto. Situated near this area are the neighbourhoods of Upper Beach, Fallingbrook and Birch Cliff.
There are quite a few restaurants to choose from around 152 Hammersmith Avenue, Toronto. Some good places to grab a bite are Green Basil, Slate Restaurant, Yumei Sushi and the Beacher Cafe. Venture a little further for a meal at Green Eggplant. If you love coffee, you’re not too far from Juice and Java Café located at Queen Street and Wineva Avenue. Groceries can be found at Foodland which is a 6-minute walk and you’ll find Shoppers Drug Mart only an 8-minute walk as well. 152 Hammersmith Avenue, Toronto is only an 8-minute walk from great parks like Kew Gardens and a 7-minute walk to the Beach.
Transit riders take note, 152 Hammersmith Avenue, Toronto is only steps away to the closest TTC bus stop at Wineva Avenue and Queen Street with Bus route 64 to Main Street Station or the 501 streetcar going east or west on Queen. If you’re driving from 152 Hammersmith Avenue, you’ll have decent access to the rest of the city by way of Lake Shore Boulevard, and the Gardiner connecting you to the DVP as well.