Newly Built Unicorn Residence
Custom designed newly built dream home directly overlooking Grenadier Pond and High Park with unobstructed clear views ... Your Muskoka residence in the heart of West Toronto surrounded by 400+ acres of Parkland... incredible location minutes to the Shops on Bloor Street West, Waterfront, Humber River, Étienne Brûlé Park, the Old Mill Inn and Spa .. 44 Ellis Park is your dream home exceptional in its absolute rarity, quality of design and construction, abundance of features and generous entertaining flow inside and outside .. four level home of truly bespoke design with 4,100 square feet of finished interior above grade space .. elevator, crestron home automation, contemporary design with 2,000+ square feet of exterior landscaped terraces with radiant heating, premium rarely found finishes throughout .. 4+1 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 4 car parking... ready for your largest family occasions and incredible event parties .. shows as brand new and ready for the truly global clientele! Captivating unobstructed views of High Park and Grenadier Pond, an impossible to find home, a unicorn residence .. One of One .. !
High Park setting
Situated within Swansea Village and overlooking High Park with Shops on Bloor Street West minutes walk away, 44 Ellis Park Road is set amidst a Muskoka like ravine park setting with Toronto’s best walking, biking and canoeing trails connecting High Park to James Garden to Lake Ontario. Minutes to all amenities in Bloor West including shopping, restaurants, cafes, schools, parks and quick access to the Boulevard Club, walk to High Park across the street, the Waterfront Boardwalk and Lake access, and Gardiner highway just minutes away. 44 Ellis Park Road offers exceptional convenience set within one of Toronto’s most sought after and discrete communities nestled within incredible treetops, ravine views, fauna, nature, water and more. An incredible multi use multi generational home designed for exceptional living, entertaining and relaxation. Your staycation home in the heart of Toronto.