3 Ledge Road Toronto

Quaint $2.4 million Toronto cottage is on private road overlooking Lake Ontario

If you're searching for tranquillity in Toronto, and have about $2,400,000 to spare, look no further than 3 Ledge Road.

Billed as a "nature lover's paradise," the hidden gem of a home is situated on over three secluded acres at the end of a private road on the east side of the city in Scarborough.

3 Ledge Road TorontoFrom the long driveway, a picturesque pathway carries across the lawn and wraps around the home.

3 Ledge Road TorontoHidden amongst the trees, the cottage-like abode sits perched above lush, rolling lawns. The property boasts spectacular views of Gates Gully park and Lake Ontario, providing peace and privacy less than an hour's drive from downtown Toronto.

3 Ledge Road TorontoLocated on the main level of the two-storey home, the west-facing kitchen offers stunning views of the sunset.

3 Ledge Road TorontoThe open-concept space is combined with the dining room and the family room, which walks out to a sprawling deck. The living room features hardwood floors, a fireplace, and easterly views.

3 Ledge Road TorontoThere are four bedrooms and two bathrooms throughout the home. The primary bedroom is located on the main level, and features broadloom and a closet.

3 Ledge Road TorontoSituated on the lower level, the other three bedrooms also feature closets, and have either east or west-facing views.

3 Ledge Road TorontoAccording to the listing, the same family has owned the home for 64 years. The sale provides a "once in a lifetime" opportunity for the next owners to build their dream estate on the property, or renovate the existing home to their liking.

3 Ledge Road TorontoThe home is currently listed at $2,395,000, but has gone through three substantial price decreases since it first hit the market - for $4,400,000 - in April.

3 Ledge Road TorontoCheck out the full listing here.

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