This Property Has Been Sold!
61 Lightbourn Avenue

This Property Has Been Sold!
61 Lightbourn Avenue




The Possibilities Are Endless On Lightbourn

Great value and opportunity! Solid brick, 2 bedroom detached bungalow home in sought after Junction Wallace – Emerson neighbourhood. Perfect for builders, renovators, first time buyers or families looking to add their own personal style & design. Unlimited potential on a corner lot! Open concept living/dining room, eat-in kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, finished basement and side entrance and detached garage. It even comes with an unground sprinkler system. Excellent family neighbourhood w/ walking distance to great schools & parks. Only a short 5 minute walk to Geary Avenue with popular bars, restaurants, cafes and shops with green space at nearby parks. Easy access to Bloor subway line via Dufferin bus stop.

Room Description

Living | Hardwood flooring, open concept, large window
Dining | Hardwood flooring, open concept, window
Kitchen | Tile flooring, eat-in, window
Primary | Hardwood flooring, window, closet
Second Bedroom | Hardwood flooring, window, closet
Bedroom | Linoleum
Rec Room | Vinyl flooring, window, 2 piece
Office | Linoleum, window, closet

Additional Information

Possession | Flexible
Property Taxes | $4,504.01/2023
Parking | 2 parking spot
Inclusions | Fridge, Stove, washer & dryer

About the Neighbourhood | Junction Wallace – Emerson

Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction has a consistent population, and is popular with people in their 20s, people in their 30s, people in their 40s, and people in their 50s. The Wallace Emerson neighbourhood owes its development to the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railway lines which began freight services to this area in the late 1800s. Nowadays, the main thoroughfare of Bloor Street consists almost exclusively of mixed-use residential and commercial buildings. The residential area north of Bloor Street is primarily single-family dwellings. Many of these structures have been converted into apartments, housing up to eight separate units, but some new homebuyers are renovating them back to single-family homes. The Village of Dovercourt was founded in the 1870s. Its residents were originally poor immigrants from England. The village was annexed by the old City of Toronto in 1912, helping stimulate its growth and development by 1923.

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