1 Euclid Ave,
Toronto, Ontario

Ellesmere / Morrish
Detached house for sale at 1 Euclid Ave Toronto Ontario
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Property Details:
  • LOT : 40.28 x 139.73 Feet
  • HOOD : Highland Creek
  • MLS # E4761010
  • POOL : None
  • TAXES : $4,729/2020
  • EXTERIOR : Brick
  • WATER : Municipal
  • SEWER : Sewers
  • Amenities Nearby : Library, Park, Public Transit, Rec Centre, School,
  • Building Details:
  • BEDROOM : 4+3
  • BATH : 5
  • KITCHEN : 2
  • BASEMENT : Finished/Sep Entrance
  • GARAGE : Attached/2.0
  • HEATING : Forced Air/Gas
  • A/C : Central Air
  • Details | 1 Euclid Ave

    Indulge Yourself In This Ideally Located Beautiful, Bright, Spacious, Newly Painted Upgraded Home That Boasts A 2-Sty Foyer & 9 Ft Ceilings On Main Flr*Approx. 3600 Sf. Incl Basement. Gleaming Hardwood & Ceramics* Gourmet Kitchen W/ Granite Counter* Baths W/Granite & Quartz Counters*2 Bdrms W/ Ensuite Bath*Main Flr Laundry*Roof 2018*Income Potential Bsmt Apt W/2 Sep Ent*200 Amp*Large Yard*12 Steps To School, Close To Shopping, U Of Tor. & 401.

    2 Yr Old Ss Fridge, Stove, B/I Dw, White Wshr & Dryer On Main Flr, Fridge, Stove In Bsmt Kitch*Newly Blt & Stained Deck* *Shutters On Main &2nd Flr. Wifi Phone Ctrl Ops Of Lights, Garage Drs, Hvac & Security*Garage Insul*Painted W/ Shelves.

    Room Details:

    Room Level Length (m) Width (m) Description 1 Description 2 Description 3
    Living Ground 3.50 3.35 Combined W/Dining Hardwood Floor Pot Lights
    Dining Ground 3.50 3.05 Combined W/Living Hardwood Floor Window
    Family Ground 4.85 3.20 Open Concept Hardwood Floor Pot Lights
    Kitchen Ground 4.00 4.00 Granite Counter Ceramic Floor Pot Lights
    Breakfast Ground 4.20 2.10 O/Looks Family Ceramic Floor W/O To Deck
    Master 2nd 5.90 4.25 His/Hers Closets 5 Pc Ensuite Hardwood Floor
    Br 2nd 3.95 3.05 Closet Hardwood Floor Large Window
    Br 2nd 4.25 3.65 Hardwood Floor 4 Pc Ensuite Large Window
    Br 2nd 3.95 3.35 W/I Closet Hardwood Floor 4 Pc Ensuite
    Kitchen Bsmt 4.60 2.85 Quartz Counter Laminate Ceramic Back Splash
    Br Bsmt 5.00 2.95 Window Laminate Closet
    Br Bsmt 4.35 3.25 Window Laminate Closet


    Neighbourhood Details: Highland Creek

    Highland Creek is a neighbourhood, unincorporated place, and urban community,[1] in eastern Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located along the southern portion of the river of the same name in the former suburb of Scarborough. To the east are the neighbourhoods of Port Union and West Rouge, to the west West Hill and Woburn, and to the south Centennial Scarborough. The western portion of the neighbourhood is occupied by the University of Toronto Scarborough, a feature landmark in the area and a busy pedestrian centre. History Like many creeks and river valleys in Toronto, evidence of First Nations occupation has been found in this area. A 2005 excavation by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority near the mouth of Highland Creek found evidence of a Late Woodland or Early Archaic site, thought to have been a place of tool manufacture. The Helliwell family, one of the first settlers in the area, accumulated a large number of artifacts from the last 5,000 years.[2] The Highland Creek area was one of the first areas to be occupied by European settlers in the area of what would later become the Township of Scarborough. This is mainly due to the presence of Highland Creek, the river that runs through the neighbourhood, whose valley is occupied by large trees and wildlife. During the 18th and early-19th centuries, the area was home to vast farmlands and homes. In 1954, Hurricane Hazel destroyed many dwellings in the area and contributed to the flooding of the creek. In 1963, the University of Toronto purchased the western part of the land from E. L. MacLean, who acquired the land from its original owner Miller Lash, a businessman from Old Toronto who built an estate on the land, now known as the Miller Lash House, in 1911. The university eventually built and opened the Scarborough College, which is today known as University of Toronto Scarborough, a satellite campus of the university. Transportation As it is located along Old Kingston Road, which was a former provincial highway that connected Toronto and Kingston, Ontario, it is home to some of the oldest buildings in Scarborough. Ontario Highway 2A runs just south of the neighbourhood's core. Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) bus route 38 is named after the neighbourhood and runs 7 days a week, between Scarborough Centre station and the Rouge Hill GO Station, along Ellesmere Road, Military Trail, Lawson Road, and Port Union Road. 54 Lawrence East, 85 Sheppard East, 86 Scarborough, 95 York Mills, and 116A/116E Morningside also serve parts of the neighbourhood. GO Transit coach route 51 and Durham Region Transit routes 900 and 923 stop at the University of Toronto Scarborough. Landmarks The University of Toronto Scarborough and Colonel Danforth Park are in the community. The community is one of the most prestigious neighbourhoods in Scarborough with wide lot homes. Home prices are relatively expensive compared to other areas of Scarborough. This partly due to the location of the university. After the opening of the college, the neighbourhood was developed primarily into residential areas. Areas dominated by wildlife, which is located along the Highland Creek valley, were left alone. Some shops and a church exist along the commercial Old Kingston Road.
    - Source: en.wikipedia.org