Deal of the Week: 43 Dekoven Mews

Four. Storeys.

Four storeys!

This is a townhouse—an end unit, at that, so only one neighbour—that is four storeys tall. This means views of the city for days. LITERAL DAYS.

And if four storeys of space to shake your groove thang isn’t enough, this place also has a full garage. In Bloor West! A garage! It also has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a rooftop patio, meaning yes, you can have a BARBECUE IN THE CITY.

I can’t even deal.

Essentially, with this asking price, this is an affordable 2-bedroom townhouse in Bloor West/The Junction that is a definite find. Massive windows on every floor means tons of sunlight and moonlight and watching your neighbours and all of it. It’s walking distance to the subway, High Park, a Loblaws and LCBO. This area is also on its way up, so resale down the line could be bright—like the sun! (Full circle!)

The first floor of 43 Dekoven is a large family room, paired with a full garage! Yes, attached garage. In the city.
The second floor is an open concept living-dining area. Leave your family downstairs and entertain your friends here.
Open kitchen—perfect for serving breakfast or serving drinks. I don't know you well enough to decide which.
Two bedrooms on the third level, plus a modern bathroom. Large windows provide lots of sunlight—wakey, wakey!
The fourth floor has an office nook. Who needs a room for a gym when you're gonna hulk out with all that stair cardio?
A rooftop patio is also on the fourth, with an awesome view of the neighbourhood. And you can sit down after all those stairs.

43 Dekoven Mews | Toronto | 1384 square feet | $529,000 | Kathy Essery, Keller Williams Referred Urban Realty, Brokerage

I’m sure this won’t be available for long, so get your butt over there, buy this place, and invite me over for BARBECUE.

And check back next week for another listing!

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About Jam Michael McDonald

Jam is a content editor based in Toronto. He's been the editor of a community newspaper, a national magazine, and two startups. Although he lives in a tiny condo, he uses every corner, and is an avid cheerleader of the compact home movement. You can find him every day on Twitter @mcjamdonald.

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