1 Bond Ave Toronto
1 Bond Ave Toronto
Playful. Exuberant. Bold
1 Bond Avenue Toronto
Off Market | Taxes $7,972 | 3+1 bedrooms 5 bathrooms | North York
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Playful. Exuberant. Bold. Introducing 1 Bond Ave, A quintessentially unique and captivating home in the heart of North York. Brilliantly sculpted with award winning architecture and design, this home stands as an artistic icon. Surrounded by lavish perennial gardens, its interior is as inspiring as its exterior. Delicately styled with a very functional floor plan offering ample light and space. A True reflection of creativity and imagination. Prepare to be inspired.
From the gleaming hardwood flooring to the modern kitchen and open concept main floor, 1 Bond Ave will inspire your creativity and expressiveness. This post modern home draws inspiration from the Great Pyramids of Egypt while featuring lines and contours found in some of the most memorable and unique post-modern buildings around the world.
The basement is truly something to behold. From the gourmet kitchen with sparkling granite counter tops to the stunning 4 piece bathroom with heated marble floors, an in-law suite of this luxury is difficult to find anywhere.
unique features at 1 bond ave
4 sided fireplace warming the living room, dinning room, kitchen and family room
lavishly landscaped front and rear yard
two laundry rooms
loads of upgrades including newer windows, furnace, landscaping, complete basement in-law suite with separate entrance and much more.
About North York Toronto
North York is an administrative area and former city in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located directly north of Old Toronto, between Etobicoke to the west and Scarborough to the east. As of the 2011 Census, it had a population of 655,913. It was first created as a township in 1922 out of the northern part of the former city of York, a municipality that was located along the western border of Old Toronto. Following its inclusion in Metropolitan Toronto in 1954, it was one of the fastest growing parts of the region due to its proximity to Old Toronto. It was declared a borough in 1967, and later became a city in 1979, attracting high-density residences, rapid transit, and a number of corporate headquarters in North York City Centre, its central business district. In 1998, North York was amalgamated with the rest of Metropolitan Toronto to form the new city of Toronto, and has since been a secondary economic hub outside Downtown Toronto.