670 Richmond Street West, Suite 105

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Listed at $619,000

 

 

1 Bed / 1 Bath / 705 Sq.Ft. / 1 Parking

Go put a record on … and snag this rare loft unit in the converted Decca Records Building! Live in the heart of the city in a unique split-level, open concept one bedroom, one bathroom converted loft in a historic property with only 12 total units in the building. Beautiful bright windows fill the living space with sunlight; original hardwood floors add a vintage charm and a gas fireplace with slate tile keeps the spot cozy on cool days. Are you a loft lover with a lot of things? Hidden storage throughout the unit makes it easy to enjoy open concept living and keep yourself organized. Tuck things away inside unique storage underneath the bedroom area, and inside a secret nook in the bedroom closet. Retreat to a beautiful bathroom with glass shower stall and easy access stacked washer and dryer. Entertain guests in the combination living and kitchen area which is spacious and funky: perfect for all your downtown vibes.

Located in the heart of west end cool and walking distance to Trinity Bellwoods, Fort York, Exhibition Place, downtown, Lake Ontario and Stackt Market. Surrounded by great gyms, cafes, restaurants, unique shopping, transit and of course, live music venues. Avid or hobby cyclist? Hope on your own bike and easily access spots across the city or grab a BikeShare bike with a friend to cruise around the neighbourhood.

Need to hop on a flight out of town? Forget the commute to Pearson! Billy Bishop island airport is located just minutes away and serviced by both Air Canada and Porter Airlines.

When you’re looking for a great restaurant, coffee spot or entertainment, it’s a short walk to the best of Queen West, King West and Ossington Avenue. Try to spot the white squirrel in Trinity Bellwoods Park before you enjoy some seriously good pasta and wine at Terroni. Shop for clothes and a coffee at the combo Jimmy’s Coffee and Frank + Oak store. Browse designer furniture at shops like West Elm, Morba, CB2 and Design Republic and wander the unique brands and shops along Queen Street West for that cool gift or something special for yourself. Groceries are within easy access with Loblaws and Metro right around the corner. Top fitness studios are close by for that early morning workout or an after work sweat.

Populated with a diverse and eclectic community of residents and businesses, Queen West is a shopping, eating and culture mecca. A dynamic location dotted with interesting boutiques and cute cafes, the neighbourhood is renowned for its style.

Populated with a mix of young professionals, artists, and families both young and old, the Queen West area is highly regarded for its diverse array of unique shops, from independent brands to well-known labels. Serviced by a central streetcar along Queen Street, you can easily travel up Roncesvalles to Dundas West Station or out to Woodbine Avenue in the Beaches. Another streetcar route along Queen Street brings you all the way out to Long Branch in the Mimico Lakeshore area.

Walk your dog or spend a Saturday with friends hanging out in Trinity Bellwoods Park. Head south and across Lakeshore Avenue to check out the newly designed Trillium Park, grab your bike or run along the Waterfront Trail, enjoy the best summer concerts at Echo Beach, or discover what the new Ontario Place has to offer throughout the year.

Grab a bicycle and a shopping bag and head up to nearby Kensington Market to peruse the butchers, bakers and vegetable shops, or grab an Uber and quickly head to the centre of downtown in a flash.

Leave your car at home and forget parking or taxi fees for fun events at Budweiser Stage, cool happenings at Exhibition Place like the CNE and ONe of a Kind Show, Toronto FC or Argos games at BMO Stadium, new offerings at Stackt Market, food truck festivals at the Bentway or historic events at Fort York Historic Site. Sparkle with the start on nearby King Street West when the Toronto International Film Festival is in town.

Need to hop on a flight out of town? No need to go to Pearson! Billy Bishop island airport is located just minutes away and serviced by both Air Canada and Porter Airlines. When you do need to skip town by car, Fort York is centrally located to the Gardiner Expressway to get both east and west of the city.

When you’re looking for a great restaurant, coffee spot or entertainment, it’s a short walk to the best of Queen West, King West and Ossington Avenue. Try to spot the white squirrel in Trinity Bellwoods Park before you enjoy some seriously good pasta and wine at Terroni. Shop for clothes and a coffee at the combo Jimmy’s Coffee and Frank + Oak store. Browse designer furniture at shops like West Elm, Morba, CB2 and Design Republic and wander the unique brands and shops along Queen Street West for that cool gift or something special for yourself. Groceries are within easy access with Loblaws and Metro right around the corner. Top fitness studios are close by for that early morning workout or an after work sweat.

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