Nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario, the cosmopolitan city of Toronto is known for its multicultural flair. The largest city in Canada, Toronto is a vibrant hub with a seamless fusion of world-class cultural venues, fine dining restaurants, exciting entertainment destinations, scenic tree-lined neighbourhoods, top-performing schools, and some of the very best luxury real estate offerings.
Cheryl Thompson and Linda McEwan are here to help you fulfill all of your Toronto luxury real estate goals. Whether you’re looking for an impressive property in an exclusive neighbourhood or looking to sell your home for top dollar, Cheryl and Linda are ready to provide unmatched personalized service that will allow you to make only the best, most informed decisions at every stage of the buying or selling process.
Cheryl and Linda are always excited to help others discover the unparalleled lifestyle Toronto has to offer. As a team, they are committed to providing the highest level of service to a discerning clientele by using their marketing expertise, extensive knowledge of the area, and solid negotiation skills to get the very best results for each client.
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With its serene tree-lined streets, elegant high-end properties, and close proximity to a number of excellent schools, Rosedale is a neighbourhood that attracts the rich and famous as well as growing families looking for the perfect place to call home.
Homes in Rosedale typically consist of large single-family homes built between 1860 and 1930. Many homes in the neighbourhood boast distinguished architectural styles, including Edwardian, Victorian, Georgian, and Tudor. In addition, there’s also a great selection of luxury condominiums for buyers looking forward to a more maintenance-free lifestyle.
Moore Park offers a variety of stylish and well-built properties boasting elegant architectural styles such as Tudor, Georgian, and English Cottage. Buyers looking forward to a luxurious lifestyle will be able to choose from an impressive selection of homes on sprawling lots with soaring trees. Most properties in the neighbourhood feature spacious interiors and a variety of exquisite features.
Many homes in Moore Park are masterfully restored, some equipped with modern upgrades, offering residents an enticing blend of the old and the new. The neighbourhood also features newer townhouses, giving buyers additional real estate options to suit their lifestyle.
The scenic neighbourhood of Summerhill offers a picturesque atmosphere, with elegant Edwardian-style brick homes and gorgeous Victorian row houses along serene tree-lined streets. Most single-family homes in Summerhill were built between 1880 and 1915, and are now joined by newer townhouses and low-rise luxury condos built from 1980s to the 1990s.
Many homes in Summerhill are built to offer an outstanding first-class lifestyle, and are designed with incredible features such as stylish gourmet kitchens, impressive living and dining rooms, oversized bedrooms, and more. The neighbourhood offers plenty of convenience as well, with its close proximity to lush parks, top-notch schools, amazing shopping and dining venues, and transportation options.
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