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  • 141 Seaton Street in Toronto: Moss Park House (3-Storey) for sale (Toronto C08) : MLS® # C3964575

    Main Photo: 141 Seaton Street in Toronto: Moss Park House (3-Storey) for sale (Toronto C08)  : MLS® # C3964575
    $1,498,000
    Freehold
    Status:
    Active
    MLS® Num:
    C3964575
    Bedrooms:
    5
    Bathrooms:
    4
    Absolutely Stunning 2,860 Sq.Ft Victorian Brick Townhome Totally Renovated Inside And Outside. High-End Quality Materials And Luxurious Finishing Touches. Open Concept Gourmet Kitchen With Brand New High-End Appliances, Washroom On Every Level, Parking, Sep Entrance To Approx. 700 Sq. Ft. Finished Basement With Separate Laundry And Kitchenette, Ideal For In-Laws Or Additional Income. Professionally Landscaped And Located Within Walking Distance To Downtown. More details
    SUTTON WEST REALTY INC., BROKERAGE
    Lamis Dantas & David B. Rodgers
    • Lamis Dantas & David B. Rodgers
    • HomeLife/Realty One Ltd., Brokerage
    • 416.270.6520 or 416.624.0631
    • Contact by Email
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Moss Park Homes For Sale

If you’re looking for the latest Moss Park Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto, you’ve come to the right place.


Moss Park is a neighbourhood in the lower-East-side of Downtown Toronto, with Cabbagetown to the North, Regent Park to the East, St Lawrence to the South, and Church-Yonge Corridor to the West. It is most known for its stretch along Dundas St E and Queen St E.

Moss Park is actually quite a large neighbourhood in terms of the MLS designated neighbourhood boundaries. It actually overlaps Corktown & Cabbagetown significantly – in fact Corktown is almost entirely within the MLS Moss Park Boundaries. Because of this, many people are confused when talking about this neighbourhood and the area is encompasses, and this neighbourhood term is rarely used by the residents who live within this area.

It’s no secret that Moss Park is known to have high density community housing apartment buildings. However, this neighbourhood is also home to some really great & unique condo buildings as well as some beautiful homes.

Moss Park is an eclectic neighbourhood and has a mix of different types of residential buildings including Condos, Soft Lofts, Hard Lofts, Row Houses, Semi-Detached Houses, and a few Detached Houses.

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