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Defining 72 Amelia St

Timeless elegance that blends seamlessly with our historic Cabbagetown are portrayed in this beautiful home. Framed by its red brick exterior embellished with yellow brick details, you are struck by its graceful façade.

Upon entering the home from its lovely portico, you are greeted by an open and airy foyer followed by an ample hallway that provides access to the living space. Tall ceilings and large windows, flood the area with natural light emanating from different angles.

The kitchen is a chef’s dream, with modern appliances, ample counter space, and a large island perfect for prepping meals and hosting dinner parties. Just off the kitchen, the dining area offers plenty of room for a large table and ample seating. The hardwood floors provide a modern feel and complemented by the imposing Victorian staircase, give the space a warm and inviting character.

In the upper floor, the large primary bedroom features a well-appointed custom-made closet and a spacious en-suite bathroom. While the secondary bedrooms can accommodate comfortably your growing family and work space. The finished lower level of the home provides additional living space and storage, perfect for a home office or recreational area.

Outside, the home features a lovely backyard perfect for gardening or enjoying your morning coffee, as well as a balcony off the second floor with a cozy feel. Welcome to your peaceful oasis in the heart of the city!

Main Features

  • 18.43 x 93 ft lot
  • About +2,000 sq ft  of liveable space*
  • 2-storey end-of-row
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
    • 1 x 4 piece – 2nd Primary en-suite
    • 1 x 3 piece – 2nd
    • 1 x 3 piece – Basement
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Updated kitchen with island
  • Laundry and storage in basement
  • Finished basement
    • Recreational space
    • Bathroom
    • Storage
    • Laundry area
  • Parking

*Source: Professional floor plan by Measured Up


  • Marble floors in foyer
  • Hardwood floors throughout
  • Encaustic tiles in bathrooms
  • French shutters in primary
  • Skylights on 2nd floor
  • California shutters on 2nd floor windows
  • Updated kitchen with marble counters
  • Central air conditioning & heating

Kitchen Appliances & Laundry

  • Stainless steel Dishwasher
  • Stainless steel Fridge
  • Cooktop and oven
  • Stainless steel Hood vent
  • Stainless steel microwave
  • White built-in wall oven
  • Washer and Dryer

The Numbers

Taxes: $TBC for 2023. 
Price: $TBC **
**Offers on TBC

Historic Cabbagetown

Cabbagetown is a well established district located to the East of Toronto´s downtown core.  Its picturesque, tree lined streets, nestle an enclave of distinct Victorian homes where façades rich in heritage and architecture abound.

Here, a well balanced array of turn of the century coach houses, row houses, semi-detached and stately detached houses blend together, and serve as the centrepiece for the neighbourhood.  Due to its historic and cultural significance, Cabbagetown is a protected heritage neighbourhood, with a handful of homes having specific heritage designations themselves.

A strong sense of community highlights Cabbagetown’s appeal to its current residents and entice those looking to move into the area. It is frequent to see those out for an early morning run, groups gearing up for an outdoor yoga session, kids enjoying themselves in the wading pool during warm summer days and dogs being taken out for a walk through the trails. As a backdrop, extensive parks with mature landscapes and wooded ravine trails fill the area with greenery and provide open spaces in which to actively share. Unique to the neighbourhood is The Riverdale Farm, a unique 7.5 acre working farm which families enjoy visiting.

Cabbagetown also hosts several events of interest throughout the year. These include the Forsythia Festival in May, the Cabbagetown Festival and The Cabbagetown Arts and Craft Festival which overlap in September. An array of local shops and specialized vendors provide the area with multiple options that cater to every need. Several restaurants and coffee shops complement the neighbourhood experience with their unique offerings and serve as meeting places for visitors and local residents alike.

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The Cabbagetown-Metcalfe Heritage Conservation District

Amelia Street is part of the Cabbagetown-Metcalfe Heritage Conservation District (HCD), collection of buildings, streets and landscapes that give an area a special character, distinguishing it from other areas in a city.

The Cabbagetown–Metcalfe Area character is derived from the overall quality of the architecture, the integrity of form, the history of development, its residents, the aesthetic value of the public streetscape and the private landscape“.

A true representation of the District’s character, Amelia Street is considered one of the most beautiful and architecturally relevant streets in Cabbagetown. Running east-west between Wellesley Street East and Salisbury Avenue, connecting Wellesley Park and Parliament Street through a short walk, Amelia is home to a fine collection of homes and the beloved and well-known restaurant F’Amelia.

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