This $1.995 million home might be the most charming place in Toronto

Nestled along a quiet street in historic Cabbagetown, 5 Aberdeen Ave. embodies the creative character of this famous Toronto neighbourhood.

Featuring original Victorian details such as ornate crown mouldings and stained glass accents, this home has been lovingly modernized but maintains its historical charm.

Listed at $1.995 million, this gorgeous rowhouse is within walking distance of the lush oasis of Allen Gardens and the expanses of Riverdale park and farm.

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Featuring tall ceilings and a large street-facing window with pleasant neighbourhood views makes for a sunny and joyful front room.

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Notice the ornate gas fireplace? It adds such style and ambiance. Beyond that are a pair of beautiful antique parlour doors.

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Here’s the dining room. Again, those high ceilings add such grandeur to this home. Imagine hosting dinner parties here.

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The kitchen is spacious and inviting. It features a built-in wall oven, cooktop and this charming breakfast den overlooking the back garden. It’s a lovely spot to enjoy coffee with a friend.

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Head up the sunlit stairs.

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This is the primary bedroom. It offers lots of space and has a serene, airy feeling to it.

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The washroom boasts a beautiful porcelain sink and a clawfoot tub ideal for bubble baths.

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There’s even this cozy second-floor library. It features another gas fireplace and has access to a sunny balcony.

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And here’s that balcony — what a great spot to relax.

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On the top floor, you’ll find this whimsical loft with a skylight. Imagine gazing up at the moon from your bed. This room also has access to a large patio retreat.

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The third-floor patio is a great place to hang out. It’s big enough to make a secret garden too.

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Heading downstairs, you’ll find that the basement has a surprising amount of natural light — thanks to a side-lit glass door that exits directly onto the backyard’s lower terrace.

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Here’s the private back garden. It’s such a peaceful and pretty spot to unwind.

5 Aberdeen Ave. is listed with Kevin G. White of Bosley Real Estate Ltd. Brokerage.

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