1929 character home located in Scarboro, a community that was designed by the Olmsted firm back in the early 1900s. Olmsted believed in creating, "... the feeling of community by facilitating the intersection of people through environmental design." This home features an updated kitchen, dining room, living room with gas fireplace, office space with heated floor, a recently renovated main bathroom and two bedrooms on the main floor. The partially finished basement has two bedrooms, a full bathroom, laundry room, workshop, and cold room. A double garage is accessible from the back alley and street parking (no permit required) in the front. Though close to 17th Avenue and Crowchild Trail, the location of the property protects it from traffic noise. Walkable to downtown and the restaurants and shops along 17th Avenue, this move-in ready home has some handyman projects for the new owner. Note that the house will need some work done on the interior hence the lower listing price in the neighbourhood.