105 McCaul Street #605
Listed at $549,900
1 Bed + Den / 1 Bath / 772 Sq.Ft
Spacious living in the core of the city! This newly updated 1 bedroom + den, 1 bathroom 761 sq ft condo features a sun-filled west-facing view in the classic Village by the Grange building. Live in the heart of downtown near Dundas and University, with easy access to St. Patrick Station, OCAD, Ryerson, U of T, Kensington Market, Grange Park, Eaton Centre and across the street from the AGO. It might be an older property, but that means that there is larger living space compared to nearby buildings! Storage is generous with a pantry off of the kitchen and a large bedroom closet. Wall between bedroom and second bedroom was removed to allow for more open living space (or working from home) but can be easily replaced if preferred at a later time.
The building features a swimming pool and recreation center. Parking can be rented.
Enjoy prime location living with great amenities within walking distance – no car necessary! Walk, ride your bike or catch the Dundas streetcar west to grab groceries or a delicious snack in Kensington Market or Chinatown. Head south to Queen Street West to browse well-known brands and boutique shops or head north and up to Bloor Street to explore the Royal Ontario Museum or go window shopping in Yorkville. Easy access by transit or walking distance to OCADU, Ryerson and University of Toronto. You’ll get to see every new exhibit at the AGO first, living right across the street.
Love to get outside? Head across to the street to the recently updated Grange Park and enjoy the green grass or shady trees with a blanket and a book. Take your bicycle over to St. Patrick Station and head down to Union Station and the lakeshore to enjoy the Martin Goodman Trail or hop over to Toronto Island for a beach visit or scenic bike ride. When travel allows, quickly take the TTC to catch a flight at Billy Bishop Airport, or take the streetcar to Union Station to catch a VIA Rail Train or the UP Express to Pearson International. Head out of town or to the rest of the GTA with direct access to the Gardiner Expressway straight down Spadina Avenue.
Don’t worry about having to drive to events at Nathan Phillips Square, Scotiabank Arena, Rogers Centre, King Street West or Scotiabank Theatre. Easily walk or take a bike along the many bike-friendly roads, including Adelaide Street.
Feel like dumplings or bibimbap? Order in takeout from a number of the best restaurants and quick food spots in the city nearby! Explore a world of unique and independent food options on the quaint and worldly nearby Baldwin Street – from authentic Thai to Mexican. Have a pet? This neighbourhood is a dog-friendly paradise with many differing routes to wander on, including the leafy-tree lined streets dotted with historic row houses north of Dundas.
Just steps from the best of downtown and renowned cultural and academic institutions, this neighbourhood is a dynamic area populated by a mix of established professionals, students and long-term residents. Regarded for its prime location to downtown hotspots and transit; you’ll find everything you need not far from your doorstep. With the Dundas Streetcar outside your door, St. Patrick Subway Station on a nearby corner, and the Queen Streetcar down the street, you can easily get across the city or a short distance in a matter of minutes.
Enjoy a wide variety of food options from around the world at nearby restaurants like Kinton Ramen, Charadise, Koh Lipe Thai Kitchen, Maker Pizza and Ka Chi Korean. Stop for a late night snack at Swatow, enjoy weekend dim sum at Rol San, a warm bowl of pho at popular Phở Hưng or enjoy a special meal at Grey Gardens followed by jazz at Poetry Bar. Pick up something quick and unique within the wide variety of quick-serve options available within the Village by the Grange building, along Spadina Avenue; or on Dundas Street east of University, including Poke Guys and Uncle Tetsu’s Cheesecake. Grab a coffee to start your day at The Library Speciality Coffee or Art Square Cafe or and head inside the AGO to refill your cup of art inspiration.
You’ll never have to pay for parking access to venues like Nathan Phillips Square, Scotiabank Arena, Scotiabank Theatre, Rogers Centre or events along King Street West, like TIFF. Enjoy the city’s best tourist spots like the AGO, the ROM, Bata Shoe Museum, Gardiner Museum, Royal Conservatory of Music, Kensington Market and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre just a short walk away.
Shop for cool home goods and supplies at nearby spots like MUJI and H&M Home just a few blocks away, or stop by well-known spots like Canadian Tire, Indigo, The Market by Longo’s, LCBO, Hudson’s Bay and Best Buy around the corner. Pick up a new art hobby and shop for supplies at Above Ground Art Supplies directly across the street or join one of the numerous unique classes available through the AGO.