A Handsome Victorian-Era Row House
On a quiet, dead-end street in Corktown and bordering the Canary District and the Distillery District is where you will find 10 Sumach Street. The handsome Victorian-era row house has been meticulously maintained and is a truly spectacular and unique find. Featuring two bedrooms and beautifully finished principal rooms, the residence has retained all of its olde world charm and cachet while also reflecting the kind of upgrades and design elements appreciated today. The facade boasts bricks from the Don Valley Brickworks while the front windows and transom feature hand-blown glass. On the inside the home is resplendent with detailed plasterwork, brass hardware, beautiful built-ins and twelve-inch baseboards. However, the home also includes built-in speakers, central air conditioning and three, owned security cameras. Centrally located and close to every service and amenity imaginable including the TTC, highways, restaurants, shops, cafes and schools, this timeless gem is the ultimate home for those wanting the vibrancy and convenience of a downtown address as well as all of the comfort, charm and cachet of a centuries old property.