The city’s grow­ing town­house trend

The town­home and row house trend is gain­ing mo­men­tum in the city, and many are look­ing to the com­pact liv­ing spa­ces as an al­ter­na­tive to con­dos and the bal­loon­ing fees. Here­with, two Mid­town op­tions cur­rently on the mar­ket.

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TOWN­HOUSE IN YORKVILLE

The three-storey row house at 44 Bel­mont St. may be more than 100 years old, but you wouldn’t know it from the in­side. The in­te­rior has been com­pletely ren­o­vated for a more mod­ern feel, with built-in seat­ing and cab­i­netry that max­i­mizes floor space on the 12-foot by 108-foot lot. The slim build in­cludes three bed­rooms, three bath­rooms and a third floor deck over­look­ing Rams­den Park. The stair­case has glass rail­ings that help to open the space up. The prop­erty’s back­yard pa­tio is sur­pris­ingly spa­cious in length, and the detached onecar garage be­hind it faces onto a laneway. This condo al­ter­na­tive is on of­fer for 1.899 mil­lion with Royal Le Page J& D Di­vi­sion, Bro­ker­age.

SKINNY END UNIT IN DAV­ISVILLE

This two-and-half-storey town­house at 4 Brown­low Ave. is an end unit lo­cated in the heart of Mid­town, just south­west of Eglin­ton Av­enue East and Mount Pleas­ant Road. This con­ve­nient hide­away boasts three bed­rooms, three bath­rooms and high ceil­ings. Hard­wood floors can be found through­out the main rooms of the house, and a large sky­light over­looks the liv­ing and din­ing area. The ren­o­vated kitchen is fairly roomy, with a cosy eat­ing area. Plus, a stone pa­tio leads to the back­yard and peren­nial gar­den on the 17-foot by 150-foot lot. The prop­erty is on the mar­ket for $1.299 mil­lion with Royal LePage Part­ners Re­alty, Bro­ker­age.

The liv­ing room has a wood-burn­ing fire­place and a large sky­light over­looks the main floor din­ing area. This end unit town­home has a one-car garage be­low ground and a spa­cious stone pa­tio in the back­yard.

The front door opens onto the home’s small but mod­ern kitchen with heated mar­ble floor­ing. The quaint ex­te­rior clad with red brick and dec­o­ra­tive wood door hints at the home’s her­itage value.

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