The 23 at Baby Point

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Townhouse in Toronto

Terra Firma Homes, an experienced GTA-based real estate developer, has developed a new and innovative townhouse development at 441 Jane Street in Toronto.

The 23 at Baby Point, as the name implies, only has 23 contemporary, roomy, and city-friendly residences spread across three storeys.

The developments designed by TACT Architecture Inc. provide homebuyers with spacious two-bedroom floorplans ranging in size from 858 to 1,299 square feet.

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Neighborhood

The 23 at Baby Point Towns is located in Toronto‘s Runnymede-Bloor West Village neighbourhood, nestled amongst some of the city’s most rich suburbs such as Baby Point, Bloor West Village, and High Park.

This enclave is a calm, family-oriented community with affordable houses, close proximity to restaurants and shopping malls, a decent range of schools, plenty of green space, and easy access to major roads and transit.

The Jane station on Bloor Street

Transportation

The 23 at Baby Point area is well serviced by public transportation, as seen by its outstanding transit score of 73. Because of the convenient access to the subway and bus routes, many families in this area discover that they can get by with only one car, or no car at all.[mobileonly]Read More

Residents benefit from the Bloor subway line passing through their area, making travelling into the city from Jane and Runnymede stations a snap. The Jane station on Bloor Street is a 15-minute walk from home.

Dundas and Bloor Streets are both important east-west major highways that provide motorists with easy access to downtown Toronto in 25 minutes. Black Creek Drive is about five minutes north and links drivers to Toronto’s commuter highways for those travelling outside the city.

[/mobileonly][desktoponly]Residents benefit from the Bloor subway line passing through their area, making travelling into the city from Jane and Runnymede stations a snap. The Jane station on Bloor Street is a 15-minute walk from home.

Dundas and Bloor Streets are both important east-west major highways that provide motorists with easy access to downtown Toronto in 25 minutes. Black Creek Drive is about five minutes north and links drivers to Toronto’s commuter highways for those travelling outside the city.[/desktoponly]

Education

Both children and parents will value the region’s excellent educational culture. Only a 27-minute drive away is the world-renowned Toronto University and its sprawling campus.

If post-secondary education is not for you or your child, the area is adjacent to numerous good educational and high-ranking schools, including Runnymede Junior and Senior Public School, Mountview Alternative Junior School, James Culnan Catholic School, and many others.

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Islington Golf Course

Outdoor

The neighbourhood has a strong walk score of 72/100, so inhabitants of The 23 at Baby Point will be able to do the majority of their daily tasks on foot.

East of Jane Street, Dundas Street attracts various local shoppers. This commercial strip is home to two shopping plazas, fast food restaurants, bars, restaurants, gas stations, auto repair shops, fitness and self-defence schools, beer and liquor stores, and many more businesses.
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Furthermore, the unit is located in a beautiful natural setting. It is bordered by world-class golf courses, such as Islington Golf Course. There are also parks with mature trees, open fields, and miles of bicycling and walking paths. For example, Runnymede Park, a medium-sized park immediately north of the railroad tracks off Cobalt Avenue, is a multi-faceted park with a children’s playground, a wading pool, and sports grounds.
[/mobileonly][desktoponly]Furthermore, the unit is located in a beautiful natural setting. It is bordered by world-class golf courses, such as Islington Golf Course. There are also parks with mature trees, open fields, and miles of bicycling and walking paths. For example, Runnymede Park, a medium-sized park immediately north of the railroad tracks off Cobalt Avenue, is a multi-faceted park with a children’s playground, a wading pool, and sports grounds.[/desktoponly]

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Amenities

The 23 at Baby Point is a new townhouse development by Terra Firma Homes, a well-known GTA-based developer that has been in business since 1996, although its legacy extends far beyond that.

TACT Architecture Inc. meticulously designed this Toronto townhouse, which has only 23 housing units spread out across three stories. Each unit ranges in size from 858 to 1,299 square feet, with a variety of layouts and exposures.

The amenities of The 23 at Baby Point include guest parking, a BBQ area, and much more!

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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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