This Property Has Been Sold!
336 Ontario Street

This Property Has Been Sold!
336 Ontario Street




Lovingly Restored Historic Toronto Home on Ontario St.

Welcome to one of Toronto’s oldest homes, a historic gem built circa 1850. This charming semi on an extra wide lot seamlessly blends old-world charm with modern comfort. The wall moldings, stained glass & exquisitely restored hardwood parquet floors are a period touch, nodding to its rich past.

With three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a fully finished basement, there’s plenty of space for comfortable living. The living room boasts a warm wood-burning fireplace that creates a cozy ambiance during winter months. The chef-worthy kitchen and bathrooms have been tastefully updated to combine classic and contemporary design elements for more modern aesthetics.

The primary bedroom features a sunken spa-like ensuite with a large walk-in closet overlooking the back garden. Also featured on the second floor is an office complete with built-in desk and bookshelves that can alternatively be converted back into a bedroom. For those seeking additional living space, the attic presents an incredible opportunity to renovate the 3rd story into a 520 sqft primary retreat (plans available).

Not only does this home have outstanding curb appeal with a generous front garden and covered porch, the landscaped back garden is truly a serene oasis. Surrounded by lush greenery, mature trees, and a bubbling water fountain, your bird-watching and serenity-seeking dreams have come true!

Situated on a quiet, tree-lined street in a friendly neighbourhood, 336 Ontario St holds historical significance and has been featured in the Cabbagetown Tour of Homes. Get ready to fall in love with its timeless charm and modern comforts.


  • The heating in the house is forced air/gas furnace maintained by Atlas.
  • The parking is street parking, but there is an Accessible Parking spot in front of the house that can be used with applicable permit.
  • Custom built-in bookshelves and desk in study and upstairs hall (2001).
  • Custom mantel in living room (2002).
  • Custom redesigned kitchen with granite countertops and peninsula, stainless steel Wolf stove, Asko Norwegian dishwasher, and Liebherr fridge (2012).
  • Custom 4-pc bath added next to the kitchen (2012).
  • Recessed TV in living room (2009).
  • New french doors in kitchen (2014) and living room (2004/5).
  • New front picture window (2014).
  • 3 light-dimming retractable screens for west-facing french doors and front door (2022).
  • New front porch based on neighbour at 340 Ontario, custom built and hand-turned trim by carpenter, who also built new shed for garbage cans (2022/3).
  • Porch has a skylight to allow more sun into the house.
  • New front windows on the second floor (2021).
  • Windows in back and stained glass window in shower replaced (2011).
  • Primary ensuite remodeled, including large walk-in California closet (2012/13).
  • New auto-sensor fan in primary ensuite .
  • Wrought iron railing on front walkway steps and new front garden landscaping (perennials) (2022/3).
  • New interior railings throughout and safety bars in upstairs bathroom, remodeled closet in second bedroom (2020).
  • Security lights on side-walkway and over kitchen french doors (2001).
  • NEST video doorbell and security camera recording front garden/street activity (2022).
  • New outdoor lighting scheme for front and back yards (2023).
  • New storage room in basement, new coat closet, and 2 pc bathroom in remodeled laundry room (2021).
  • Marmoleum flooring throughout basement.
  • Basement was waterproofed/rodent-proofed and had new copper connections to city water and new drainage (heavy plastic replacing original pottery pipes) under the basement, along with drains installed at the back door of the basement and under the pergola (2009-2010).
  • Backyard pergola built (2015).
  • The back decks have been rebuilt a few times since 2001 to allow for changes in size of ground space.

In Our Client’s Words…

My favourite room other than my study is the kitchen; it’s always bright and cheerful, a great place for breakfast and lunch, and bird-watching. The back garden is lovely, mostly shades of green, with pops of colour depending on the season: forsythia in early spring, then lilacs and dogwood in May, and whatever annual plantings for additional colour. The bubbling rock invites all kinds of birds into the yard, and there are always naturally supplied seeds for them to eat. It’s a quiet house, with quiet neighbours up and down the street.

Additional Information

Possession | August 1, 2023
Property Taxes | $5,776.00 / 2023
Lot Size | 22.64 x 77.04 feet
Parking | Street parking
Inclusions | All electrical light fixtures & window treatments. Stainless steel Wolf stove, range hood, Asko Norwegian dishwasher, Liebherr fridge, microwave, side-by-side washer & dryer. Dehumidifier in furnace room. Garden implements if requested (rakes, spades etc). Hot water tank (owned).
Exclusions | Grape-leaves antique chandelier in primary bedroom, cushions on window-seat in primary bedroom.

About the Neighbourhood | Cabbagetown

The ‘Old Cabbagetown’ shopping district on Parliament Street features many one-of-a-kind shops and a vast array of restaurants. The Carlton Street shopping district is similar in tone to Parliament Street, but on a much smaller scale. Cabbagetown also has small retail pockets on Gerrard Street, Sherbourne Street, and Wellesley Avenue.

Cabbagetown’s recreational centre is Riverdale Park. This park is the home of Riverdale Farm. Riverdale Farm is modelled after a late 19th century Victorian farm and includes horses, cows, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, geese and ducks. Riverdale farm is open seven days a week and admission is free. Riverdale Park also contains sports fields and serves as an access point to the Lower Don Recreation Trail.

Bianca Johnson, Sales Representative
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Larenne Vine, Sales Representative
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