Just Listed and SOLD for 111% of Asking Price!

3 Bed/3 Bath Detached Bungalow @ Humber Heights


102 La Rose Avenue – Etobicoke

About the House

Spacious, beautifully maintained 3 Bedrooms,3 Washrooms Bungalow in Humber Heights, family-friendly neighbourhood with excellent schools features hardwood floors throughout the entire home, recently updated main floor bathroom with a soaker tub and the master bedroom with en-suite powder room. Large kitchen with breakfast area & walk out to a gorgeous patio & a back yard with trees and organic garden. Extra large basement space with recreational room, bar, an extra kitchen, double cantina, hardwood floors, fireplace, 3 pcs washroom & a separate entrance from the side of the house.

Includes 2 fridges, 2 stoves, 2 fan-hoods, washer & dryer. All electrical light fixtures and window covering. 2 car garage plus 4 parking spaces on a private driveway. Central Air Conditioning & Central heating.

The Community

Humber Heights-Westmount, also known as Humbervale, is a neighbourhood in EtobicokeTorontoOntario. The neighbourhood is bounded by the west bank of the Humber River, west to Royal York Road and south to Eglinton Avenue West. The Humber Creek divides the area into the northern ‘Humber Heights’ (originally the Etobicoke side of York Township’s Weston) and the southern ‘Westmount’ (originally part of the ‘Richview’ farming district) centred along Scarlett Road and La Rose Avenue.

‘Richview’ district (and Richview Sideroad) originated in Westmount at Scarlett Road(at the now Eglinton Avenue intersection) and its elevation in the scenic neighbourhood gave birth to the name ‘rich’-‘view’. Richview Sideroad was changed to Eglinton Avenue in 1970 when a 4-lane bridge was built from the east side of the Humber River to Scarlett Road in Etobicoke. This caused the morphing of Richview Sideroad with Eglinton Avenue, and the name-change. Toronto City planners had hoped to turn Richview Sideroad into The Richview Expressway to connect mid-town Toronto to the western townships down to Hamilton. Local opposition from Westmount/James Gardens/Richmond Gardens districts put up a strong and influential fight to eventually kill the plan.

The housing type varies from the ‘mansions’ of Yorkleigh Avenue and Westmount Park to the more modest; most are low-density single homes. A commercial stretch exists on La Rose Avenue including La Rose plaza which has many stores such as La Rose Bakery, La Rose Dollar Store, and Mel Rose Variety. La Rose Bakery is known among residents to serve excellent European food. Most of the children of the neighbourhood go to either Westmount Public School or All Saints Catholic School.

The major arterial roads of the neighbourhood are Royal York Road to the west, Scarlett Road, which travels north-west to south-east through the neighbourhood and Eglinton Avenue West running east-west to the south.

Toronto Life described Humber Heights the safest neighborhood in Toronto in 2011, with the lowest crime rate of any neighborhood in the Greater Toronto Area.


Built: 1971  

Taxes: $4,064.06 (2018)

Lot Size: 48 Ft x 125 Ft

Floor Area: 1563 Sf above grade

Basement: 1668 Sf

Parking: 1 Car Garage + 1 Car Parking

Central Vacuum: No

Basement: Finished apartment with kitchen and 3 pcs bathroom and separate entrance.

Please contact the Broker, Donna Bulika, to book your private visit by calling/texting at 416-797-6226 or email donna@foresthillyorkville.com


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