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217 Glenlake Avenue

Welcome to 217 Glenlake Avenue, a spacious four bedroom home in the heart of the popular High Park neighbourhood. Originally this was a five bedroom home, and it can easily be converted back to add another bedroom. This renovated family home is close to the shops and restaurants of The Junction, Bloor West Village and Roncesvalles Village, and a short walk away from the Keele subway station, High Park, and excellent local schools.





Property Type



High Park



Lot Size

19 x 132

Property Details

The welcoming covered front porch offers tree-top views overlooking Lithuania Park. Inside you’ll find an open concept living/dining area with high ceilings, updated hardwood floors, pot lighting, and a handsome gas fireplace with brick and wood surround. Next you’ll enter through a pocket door to a renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, quartz counters, solid oak cabinets, and a large breakfast bar with pendant lighting. The kitchen walks out to a large, gorgeous back yard with a multi-level deck and private patio.

On the second level there are two bedrooms, including a double size master bedroom (originally two bedrooms), with a bay window, fireplace and double closet. There is also a renovated four piece bathroom and updated hardwood flooring throughout. You’ll find two more generous bedrooms on the third floor.
The lower level is fully finished, with an extra-large rec room, cork flooring, renovated four piece bathroom, and separate laundry room.

This home is in excellent mechanical condition – an above average home inspection report is available on request. The home has also been fully insulated and professionally draft proofed.

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As its name suggests, the neighbourhood of High Park is defined by its proximity to the park itself, the city’s largest green space. It is a community rich with history. The area north of Bloor was formerly part of the Town of West Toronto Junction, until its annexation by the City of Toronto in 1909.  The land south of Bloor was purchased by John Howard in 1808, one of the city’s first architects. Howard called his massive estate “High Park” because of its commanding views of Lake Ontario. He conveyed the property to the City of Toronto and requested that the land remain a park for all Torontonians to enjoy. His original home is now Colborne Lodge Museum.

High Park’s winding tree-lined streets feature some of Toronto’s finest residential homes. The stately Edwardian, Tudor and Victorian dwellings, with their distinctive brick exteriors, were built in the late 1890s and early 1900s and are highlighted by fine period details, elegant principal rooms and fireplaces.  There are also many condo buildings, offered at both entry-level and luxury prices, in the High Park neighbourhood.

High Park is conveniently located within walking distance of Bloor West Village, one of the city’s most popular shopping districts, with its cafés, shops, restaurants, fruit & vegetable markets and flower shops. High Park’s other major shopping venue is Junction Gardens, along Dundas Street West. The recently revitalized area has become a trendy hub for artist’s galleries, antique stores, bakeries, organic grocers and chic shops.

The Park itself offers almost 400 acres of public parkland. This includes access to a fishing pond, outdoor theatre, restaurant, museum, zoo, educational facilities, baseball diamonds, off-leash dog walking areas, formal & informal gardens, picnic grounds, playgrounds, large outdoor pool, skating rink, cross-country ski trails, tennis courts, lawn bowling, soccer, and walking/jogging/cycling trails found throughout the park.


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