WELCOME TO 77 HASTINGS AVENUE
Welcome to 77 Hastings Avenue in Leslieville. This stunning detached home was essentially rebuilt in 2016 with the finest attention to detail. The builder approached the building code as a minimum suggestion as he maintained much higher personal standards and used the best quality of materials throughout the entire home.
The covered front porch features tongue and groove wood flooring and pot lights. All of the original brick on the front of the home was uncovered and meticulously restored to pay tribute to the heritage of the home.
Upon entering the home, you are met with a lovely front foyer with a large front hall closet. The open concept living and dining rooms are perfect for entertaining guests.
Impressive engineered hardwood flooring throughout and elegant Norwood Heritage windows enhance the space beautifully as does the solid wood staircase.
The green and white Leslieville street signs that run along Queen Street were installed in 1987. These historic markers are symbolic of a renewed interest and pride in Leslieville among the residents of this quiet east end neighbourhood.
Leslieville, still feels very much like a small village. It’s cozy houses, quaint stores, and tree lined streets, seem surprisingly serene and peaceful considering Leslieville’s close proximity to downtown Toronto.
Leslieville’s main shopping district runs along historic Queen Street East. Most of these stores are small independently owned shops that cater to the specific needs of the local residents. Enjoy a delicious breakfast or lunch at Rashers or Lady Marmalade or grab dinner at one of the many local restaurants including Tabule, The Nose, Ruby Watch Co, and Ascari. Leslieville offers a wide array of bars and pubs as well including Prohibition, The Roy and Hitch.
For more information on Leslieville, check out https://www.facebook.com/InsideLeslieville/