Welcome to 792 Palmerston Avenue – a remarkable, refined and perfectly curated renovation in prime Seaton Village awaits! This three storey home is situated directly across from Vermont Park sets a new standard of excellence in design and functionality. No detail has been overlooked nor expense spared.
Over nine foot ceilings on the main floor with new wide-plank white oak flooring. A gorgeous custom kitchen has been designed for home chefs, family interaction and maximum storage. It is equipped with stainless appliances, soft-close cabinetry, a large breakfast bar and even a concealed wine fridge for easy entertaining.
A mud room and powder room are at the very rear of the house with heated flooring, Farrow & Ball wallpaper details and a swift walk-out to the new deck and landscaped west facing gardens.
All bedrooms have access to closet systems with customized interiors. The master bedroom has park views and a unique walk-in closet cleverly maneuvered under the third floor staircase. All interior doors are solid core, all hardware is upgraded Emtek, and all bathroom fixtures are sourced from Gingers. Great care has gone into the planning an execution of every detail.
The basement was recently lowered to the footings, waterproofed and a new sump pump and back flow valve have been installed. The recreation room is outfitted with built-in shelving and cabinetry, and the laundry room has been expertly designed to conceal the Miele washer/dryer when not in use.
There are three renovated bathrooms throughout the house, new ‘Ridley’ windows and doors, and the exterior side and rear of the house have been professionally insulated from the exterior. Inside, the shared wall has been professionally sound-proofed both on the side of 792 and 790, so there is virtually no noise transfer on the main and second floors.
It goes without saying that the wiring, plumbing, drains and all the other messy stuff have been professionally addressed in this perfectly appointed home, so buyers should have great comfort in their investment and ease of use moving forward.
The park setting is quiet and a delight to view from multiple vantage points within the house, and parking is accessed via city permit for street parking. There are only six houses on this block and only three have cars, so it is incredibly easy to park directly out front of the house on a daily basis.
The house is located between two very convenient subway stations, Spadina (University line) or Bathurst (Bloor line), and when not enjoying the park residents stroll to Bloor shops, Dupont restaurants, or the newly opened Summerhill Market.
The full package and truly not to be missed.