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Bright and Airy Moss Park Gem Invites You to Enjoy Queen East Living

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Standing tall on one of the east end’s most beloved streets, a newly-listed 2½ storey in Moss Park is prepared to capture your heart.

Blending traditional charm with modern elegance, 40 Bright Street boasts a historical exterior, while the entire space has been fully-renovated, top to bottom.

With an upper-level hideaway and private, cozy backyard, this place is as perfectly-suited to warm summer days as it is chilly winter nights.

Indeed, in both cases, you’ll feel prepared to either embrace the weather, or escape from it.

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Just a few minutes’ walk from the Distillery District to the south, Corktown Common to the (south-) east, and Yonge-Dundas Square to the west, this home is moments from excitement in every direction.

That said, the space itself is tucked south of Queen East, surrounded by a quiet cushion of other residential abodes.

Finding a quiet property just a stone’s throw from downtown’s best could be called perfection, as it means you can embrace whichever lifestyle you crave, depending on the day.

And during those times you would prefer to lay-low at home, doing so will be purely joyful. The interior at 40 Bright is open-concept on the main floor, providing an ideal backdrop for conversations to flow from the kitchen (complete with stainless steel appliances) through to the dining and living rooms.

Meanwhile, the back of the kitchen is finished with a backyard walk-out. Imagine: A hot-but-windy summer’s day, and as you cook dinner, the back door invites the breeze inside.

On the home’s second floor, two large bedrooms provide spacious-yet-cozy places to find privacy at the end of the day. The third floor boasts a loft space, which could be transformed into an additional bedroom, a home office, a workout space, or — really — anything you set your mind to.

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A fully-finished basement rounds out the home’s top-to-bottom swoon-worthiness, while hardwood floors across the main levels maintain a crisp and contemporary vibe.

Asking $1,600,000 and offering a chance at picturesque living in Toronto’s east end, you’re encouraged not to hesitate on this Moss Park gem.

WELCOME TO 40 BRIGHT STREET
ENTRY AND LIVING ROOM
DINING
KITCHEN
BEDROOMS
BATHROOM
UPPER-LEVEL DEN
BASEMENT
OUTDOOR

This article was produced in partnership with STOREYS Custom Studio.

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