94 Cortleigh Blvd
One Of The Most Exquisite Properties In The City! 1.8 Acres Of Gorgeous Landscape Hosts A Once-In-A-Lifetime House, In A Prime Lytton Park Location. Set Among Mature Trees On A Private Ravine, This Handsome Brick Tudor Is A Very Rare 9,000 Square Feet With Unlimited Potential. Unbelievable Scale And Grandeur Greet You As You Enter The Home And Carry Throughout With Soaring Ceilings, Sprawling Rooms And Majestic Views Over The Park-Like Yard. Completely Unique And Unlike Anything Else In Mid-Town Toronto. Extensive Tableland And Privacy. Truly An Irreplaceable Piece Of Real Estate. Owned And Loved By The Same Family Since The 1950'S. Wonderful Location Just A Short Walk From Yonge St And Avenue Rd. Exceptionally Convenient, Just Minutes To Sports Clubs & Top Rated Private And Public Schools. Easy Access To Public Transportation And The Highway.
- Style: Detached
- Beds: 8
- Parking Spots: 8
- Baths: 6
Located in North Toronto, Lytton Park is a small neighbourhood between Yonge Street and Mona Drive (only a few blocks west of Avenue) and between Lawrence and Briar Hill Avenue. Originally designed around the Metropolitan Street Railway it was soon discovered that Lytton Park had prime residential potential.
This charming neighbourhood is home to John Ross Robertson Public School, Havergal College and sits just north of St. Clement's School. It is a very family friendly community with beautiful parks and a high walkability score.
What It's Like
Along with a rebirth of newer homes comes new businesses. This vibrant community is bursting with great restaurants, excellent shopping and convenient accessibility to transit and throughways.
What You'll Like
Appeal towards this neighbourhood has never waned, even today homes are in high demand and do not stay on the market for very long. The homes are predominantly Georgian and Tudor Style built from 1890 to 1930. Lately, many of these homes are being renovated.
Cailey began working with Heather in the 1990s and now manages the team. She has driven the growth of the team and oversees all elements of the team’s transactions. She has a strong work ethic, down-to-earth nature, straightforward approach and relates easily to clients. Cailey grew up in Moore Park and now lives in Bennington Heights with her husband James, daughters Mimi and Pippa and son Declan. Undertaking many renovation projects of her own, including a rebuild of her family home, Cailey is well positioned to offer renovation advice and ideas to clients with knowledge of the costs involved. When looking at properties, she has the experience to point out subtle considerations such as flow, space, light, room utilization and orientation of a home. She enjoys matching people with the right home and builds lifelong relationships with clients.