Just Listed! 31 Worthington Crescent – $1,549,000

3C0A37443C0A36543C0A367531 Worthington Crescent $1,549,000

This home is a stunning, custom-built 2,795 square foot, 3+1-bedroom luxury residence located on a sought-after, quiet, and tree-lined crescent in Swansea village. This home is situated on a lush, rare 215-foot deep landscaped ravine lot offering magnificent views. Click for flyer.

This residence is located in the village of Swansea, one of Toronto’s finest neighborhoods. Swansea had been founded and built in 1926. However, Swansea had been first discovered in 1615 by Etienne Brule, whose name can still be found today in the historic Brule Gardens. Swansea had been named by John Worthington, who had named it after the village of Swansea in Wales, United Kingdom, for its’ similar topography of rolling landscapes, twisting roads, and many lush trees that highlight the fairy-tale homes that form this enchanting neighborhood. Swansea is the only Toronto neighborhood to have a river, lake, and pond as its’ natural boundaries. Swansea boasts some of Toronto’s best shopping and dining destinations, the best schools in Toronto West, and quick travel times to the downtown core and the airport, via car or public transit. © Luke Dalinda

OPEN HOUSE Saturday, August 16, 2014 and Sunday, August 17, 2014 between 2 and 4 PM.

Daiva Dalinda, Broker, Luke Dalinda, Sales Representative, Valentina Morasky, Sales Representative. Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Brokerage.

Just Listed! 23 Romney Road – $1,449,000

3C0A36313C0A35193C0A359223 Romney Road – $1,449,000

This home is a captivating 3-bedroom luxury residence that is nestled on a large treed lot amongst multi-million dollar homes in a tranquil country setting just steps to James Gardens and the Humbertown Shopping plaza. Click for flyer.

This residence is located in the sought after Edgehill Park Area of Humber Valley Village, one of Toronto’s finest neighborhoods. From the 1930s through to the 1960s, the Humber Valley Village had been one of the last communities that had been developed by Home Smith, who had also built The Kingsway, Princess Anne Manor, Baby Point, Old Mill, and Brule Gardens. The Humber Valley Village features rolling landscapes, twisting roads, and many lush trees that highlight the majestic homes that form this enchanting neighborhood. The Humber Valley Village boasts some of the best schools in Toronto West, including Kingsway College School, Humber Valley Public School, and Etobicoke Collegiate, the Humbertown Shopping plaza, the renowned St. George’s Golf Club, beautiful parks, including James Gardens, and quick travel times to the downtown core and the airport, via car or public transit. © Luke Dalinda

OPEN HOUSE Saturday, August 9, 2014 from 2 to 4 PM and Sunday, August 10, 2014 from 2 to 4 PM.

Daiva Dalinda, Broker, Luke Dalinda, Sales Representative, Valentina Morasky, Sales Representative. Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Brokerage.