55 Jocelyn Crescent Toronto

Rental of the week: 55 Jocelyn Crescent

This mid-century modern house is a gem. It was built and designed in the 1950’s by renowned architect Henry Fliess. This home was one the original homes in Canada’s first fully planned community.

55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoThe home has been maintained very well, featuring much of its original character, including floor-to-ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings and stunning wood accents.

55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoThe main floor has an open-concept living and dining room.

55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoThe kitchen is bright with lots of storage space. It is probably the most dated part of the house and could use a makeover.

55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoThe family room boasts a wood-burning fireplace, and walks out into the backyard.

55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoUpstairs are three large bedrooms. They’re pretty standard as far as bedrooms go.

55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoThe downside is you have to share the four-piece bathroom. But, on the bright side, it has a jacuzzi tub.

55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoThere’s a fourth bedroom and an office space in the basement, which opens into the backyard.

55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoThe backyard is spacious and shaded. There’s also a really nice trellis-covered eating area.

55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoSpecs
  • Address: 55 Jocelyn Crescent
  • Type: House
  • Rent: $4,500 / month
  • Listing agent:  Edward Azadeh
  • Furnished? No
  • Utilities: No
  • Air conditioning? Yes
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Parking: 3
  • Laundry? In suite
  • Outdoor space? Backyard
  • Pet friendly? No
55 Jocelyn Crescent TorontoGood For

Someone who is thinking of buying. This house is also listed for sale, so it could be a perfect opportunity to give this beauty a test drive before you put your money in.  55 Jocelyn Crescent Toronto

Move On If

You want something a bit more modern. While mid-century modern style has definitely been making a comeback, it can still seem a bit dated, so if you’re looking for one of those ultra-modern condos there’s plenty of those downtown.   55 Jocelyn Crescent Toronto

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