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Single-family home in Toronto

Terra Firma Homes’ 168 Indian Road Crescent is a single-family home in Toronto. The construction was finished in 2019.

The real estate property only has two exclusive residences, with sizes starting at 2,862 square feet. The development provides homebuyers with a fantastic option of layouts in 3 bedrooms, providing families with ample space to grow within the house.

Live in the heart of High Park and entertain family and friends in this contemporary open concept home with visible lines from one end of the house to the other. 

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Highlights

Neighborhood

A bit of break from the daily bustle might be difficult to come by in a sprawling city like Toronto. Not so in Indian Road Crescent residences in High Park North, a tranquil neighbourhood named after the crown gem park located south of this lovely area.

High Park is ideally placed within walking distance of one of Toronto’s most prominent retail districts, ‘Bloor West Village.’ This vibrant stretch is brimming with multi-cultural restaurants, trendy cafés, elegant shops, vintage-shopping treasure stashes, banks, services, proximity to schools, green areas, transit, and major thoroughfares!

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Transportation

The region boasts world-class public transportation options that make travelling to, from, and around the area easy, with a transit score of 93. Residents of Indian Road Crescent have easy access to bus stations, GO trains, and major thoroughfares. The Runnymede, High Park, and Keele subway stations on the Bloor-Danforth line serve the High Park neighbourhood.If you’re driving, the Queensway, which links to major roads like the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard, is only five minutes away.

Education

Indian Road Crescent is bordered by prestigious elementary, secondary, and postsecondary institutions. For individuals interested in the post-secondary study, both Northeastern University and the University of Toronto – George Campus are less than 20 minutes drive away.

Many schools, in addition to colleges and universities, provide great education to young people and high school students in the area. Nearby schools include Indian Road Crescent Junior Public School, Lucy McCormick Senior School, and The Great Lakes College of Toronto.

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Outdoor

As previously mentioned, High Park’s proximity to Bloor West Village means that residents are only a short walk away from a plethora of European delis, bakeries, and specialty food stores.

Additionally, artisanal boutiques, food kiosks, pubs, and patios can be found throughout the neighbourhood, while stroller-pushing moms make their way down to Bloor to meet friends for a coffee-and-chat session.

Of course, for those who seek the Zen in nature, High Park’s main attraction, among many other parks in the region, is the park itself. This massive green space, which spans 400 acres of magnificent public parks, boasts a plethora of attractions. There are floral gardens, fishing spots, playgrounds, an outdoor theatre, and a variety of athletic activities. Bring a picnic blanket and spend the day admiring the park’s splendour.

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Amenities

Welcome to the Indian Road Crescent residences!

A Terra Firma Homes’ new single-family home development features only two premium residences starting at 2,862 square feet in size.

The development gives homebuyers a superb selection of layouts in 3 bedrooms, offering families adequate space to grow within the house. The construction was finished in 2019.

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Furthermore, each property has around 3,000 square feet of living area, as well as a big bespoke gourmet kitchen with integrated Miele appliances.

Contemporary inspired architecture with brick, stucco, and architectural board, 9’0″ to 11’0″ high ceilings, and gorgeous oversized large full pane sliding doors leading to an oversized deck, elegant coach lights at all doorways on all elevations, smooth ceilings throughout, and many other luxurious interiors and exteriors!

Developer

Terra Firma Inc.

Terra Firma Homes has been in business since 1996, but its history extends far beyond that. Partners and co-owners Roberto Salmena and Sam Grasso grew up in the Bloor West neighbourhood in Toronto, and even in their youth they dreamt of being the stewards of the community’s future. The life long friends have turned their collective vision into reality.

They’ve been able to realize their vision by adhering to their business values that dictate their building practices. These values have resulted in exceptional developments that have a lot to offer.

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