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Parkdale - SOLD
22 Bellhaven Road, Leslieville Price: $3,200.00
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General Description
LEASED!

Short term fully-furnished rental available from mid-March to the end of September.

Charming semi-detached home in the Upper Beaches/Leslieville.  Original features include a wood-burning fireplace, and hardwood floors throughout.  Renovated kitchen with new stainless steel appliances.  Three bedrooms plus a further bedroom in the basement.  Fully fenced, pet-friendly backyard.

Pets welcome.  Non-smokers preferred.  Job reference and credit check required with application. 

$3,200 per month, inclusive of all bills including cable and internet.
Address
22 Bellhaven Road, Leslieville
Bedrooms
3 + 1
Bathrooms
1x3, 1x4
Lot Size
Not available
Parking
None
Heating
Gas, forced air
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Neighbourhoods
The Beaches

The Beach was first settled by the Ashbridge family who came to Canada from Philadelphia, in 1793. Ashbridge's Bay Park is named after these pioneers. The Ashbridges, and a handful of other families, farmed this district until the latter part of the 1800's, when many of The Beach properties were subdivided. At that time, large parcels of land were set aside for local parks. 


Over the years The Beach has emerged as one of Toronto's most popular neighbourhoods. The Beach looks and feels more like a lakeside resort town, than a big city neighbourhood. In the summertime, thousands of Torontonians and tourists flock to The Beach to walk on The Boardwalk, exercise along the Martin Goodman Trail, relax by the water, or shop and dine at the colourful stores and restaurants along Queen Street. The communities grew to be towns with their own schools, churches, and post offices, all of which would eventually be incorporated into Toronto.  

The community centre of The Beach neighbourhood is Kew Gardens, which hosts many annual events including a Christmas Tree and Menorah lighting festival, a Jazz festival, and an Arts and Crafts show.

Leslieville Village

This quiet east-end neighbourhood forms a part of the broader neighbourhood of South Riverdale. Leslieville began as a small village in the 1850s, which grew up around the Toronto Nurseries owned by George Leslie and sons, after whom the community is named. Most of Leslieville's residents were gardeners or were employed at one of the brick-making factories in the area. Alexander Muir, the composer of The Maple Leaf Forever, was the first principal of the Leslieville Public School, one of the first buildings in the village. Muir was inspired when a brilliant maple leaf fell on his jacket from a Leslieville tree. That tree is still standing today and has become a famous landmark in the community. 


It is commonly referred to now as an up-and-coming neighbourhood, with new restaurants, shops and caf├ęs slowly cropping up in the area. However, it is still a largely working-class and middle-class neighbourhood. In some of the former industrial areas large film studios have opened, including Cinevillage and Showline Studios. The Broadview Lofts has helped create a new sense of community in this up and coming area. Currently nominated for a People Choice Architecture Award, the attention to detail in the conversion is evident from the moment you enter the front lobby and see the hundred year old doors and lots of other great artifacts. Being walking distance to some of the best spots in Queen East including Kubo Radio, Dark Horse Espresso Bar, Bonjour Brioche and many other spaces has only strengthened the bond between community and retail

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Tracey Logan and David Bailey, sales representatives Re/Max West Realty Inc., Brokerage 416.769.1616
Each Office Independently Owned & Operated.
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