Stephenson Park Near Main And Danforth

City Living, The Danforth

As the May flowers bloom and the vigour of Spring transforms Toronto’s landscape, we’ve been reflecting on the places we’re incredibly thankful for in this City. We don’t mean a warm bed or comfy family couch (although those are top contenders); we’re talking about the places in our community – or beyond – that enrich our daily life.

Personally, we love quiet mornings – coffee in hand – watching the dogs run, or taking a peaceful stroll with a best friend and an ice cream cone, or finding shade under a tree and unpacking a bag of drinks and snacks. None of these favourite activities would be possible without Toronto’s brilliant parks and green spaces. And some of the ‘best’ aren’t even the most sprawling or as well-known as Trinity Bellwoods and High Park.

We’ve raved about many of Toronto’s lesser know green spaces, including Rennie Park, Sorauren Park, East Lynn Park and Monarch Park! But today we’re talking about Stephenson Park! Have you been?

It was named after Donald George Stephenson, a lumber merchant and the first reeve (read: mayor) of the Village of East Toronto! Besides the taken-for-granted lush greenery, benches, picnic tables and drinking fountains, the park’s additional attractions include a ball diamond, playground, and field house!



There’s also a wading pad, fire pit, and a hockey rink in the winter!



And, last but not least, an amazing ping-pong table!



But what’s most appealing about Stephenson Park is more than the pleasant swaths of grass or a ball diamond; green spaces like this are the hubs of their neighbourhoods, and play a large role in cultivating a strong sense of community for residents!



Stephenson Park
61 Stephenson Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M4C 1G2



Whether you have an hour or an afternoon, spending time in your neighbourhood park – or exploring new parks – is a great way to get some fresh air, soak up some much-needed Vitamin D, and even engage with your community. How enriching would it be to have this green space within walking distance from your front door? For the lucky new tenants at 64 Morton Road, Stephenson Park is just a hop, skip and a jump away! Dreamy!!

Tucked away on tree-lined Morton, this 2-storey fully renovated detached executive residence offers 2+1 beds, 2 baths, and nearly 1000 square feet of luxe living space above grade – plus an extra 360 square feet in the lower level! The great purveyors of the Danforth are mere steps away which will allow you to embrace a walking life, but if you do have a vehicle, front pad parking included! This very special rare-to-market residence is ready for occupancy on July 1st, 2022 at $3875 per month plus utilities.

A Handsome Executive Rental On Morton Road, Steps To The Danforth!




If you, or someone you love, has specific real estate needs, wishes and desires, and would enjoy the personalized service of someone Celebrating Almost Thirty Years As A Top-Producing Toronto Realtor who subscribes to a pressure-free approach – and a specialty in unique and charming urban homes – please know my team and I are here to help!


– Steven

Steven Fudge, Sales Representative
& The Innovative Urbaneer Team
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage – (416) 322-8000

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