Welcome to 7 Mackenzie Crescent – set on the most coveted street in trendy Beaconsfield Village, this three-storey Victorian dream is one of few detached offerings on the street. The charm and history of this home will blow you away.
Dramatic interiors commence in the foyer, with soaring ten foot ceilings and original period details intact. Principal spaces are expansive in scale and accented with plaster mouldings, 12” baseboards and oversized window cavities with leaded and stained glass detailing. The kitchen has been renovated with custom cabinetry, a centre island and is outfitted with stainless steel appliances. A direct walk-out to the rear city gardens is accessed via the kitchen and steps out onto tiered decks with a natural gas line for barbecue, a beautiful mature tree canopy, and a unique car port parking that has access via the rear city laneway.
The dramatic Victorian appeal continues on the second floor. The primary bedroom lies at the front of the property with an original arch detail, a nearly floor-to-ceiling bay window, and a charming walk-out to a balcony overlooking the winding streetscape of Mackenzie Crescent. The bedroom is equipped with a closet, but the current owners have also included a customized wardrobe which will stay with the house.
Two additional large bedrooms are on the second floor, both with closets and garden views, and all bedrooms on this level are serviced by a newly renovated three-piece bathroom with a glass-encased shower.
The floor plan continues up to the third floor with a skylight overtop the staircase that brings natural light down to the second floor. The third floor space is unique and offers several spaces for home office, bedroom, or gym options. There are two additional skylights on this level, as well as a double cedar-lined closet, alongside another renovated three-piece bathroom.
The lower level is impressive in scale and offers nearly 700 square feet of additional living space. The drains under the house were replaced by the current owner in 2017, and a new tile floor was installed. The recreation room is large and open, and equipped with several storage closets under the staircase. There is a separate bedroom at the back of the basement with a closet and window, and both rooms enjoy access to the three-piece bathroom. A concealed laundry room is equipped with a separate soaking sink, and a concealed back-flow valve is in place, also installed in 2017.
The amenities of Dundas, Ossington and Queen West are all within walking distance to the home, yet it is quietly nestled away from the noise of the urban amenities so close by. Commutes to the downtown office core are within biking distance, and access to the major highways is easy with a quick access to the Gardiner Expressway.
Set on a majestic winding street of Victorian homes of Beaconsfield Village and amongst an amazing enclave of neighbours, 7 Mackenzie Crescent is a very special offering that is not to be missed.