391 SQ FT
Living the Life on Lisgar
This adorable and affordable 1 bedroom gem is smack dab in the middle of it all. Cafe’s, restaurants, shops, TTC are all at your doorstep on Queen Street West. Ensuite laundry, bedroom with doors and a great balcony overlooking the action. The building has all the fixins. Concierge, guest suites, fitness centre, recreation room and visitor parking! Excellent opportunity to own in Toronto. First timers and investors stand up!!
ADDITIONAL information |
Possession | Immediate
Maintenance Fee | $396.42 / month
Property Taxes | $1,296.43 / 2018
Size | 391 Square Feet
Features & Improvements | Freshly painted, new tile in bathroom.
Inclusions | Stainless steel fridge, stove, built-in microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer, all electrical light fixtures.
About the Neighbourhood | Little Portugal
Little Portugal, stretching from Bathurst st to Dufferin st. serves as the historical core of Portuguese settlement in Canada. Immigration in the 50’s, 60’s and early 70’s saw the growth of the neighbourhood blossom, beginning families and new careers in Canada.
One of the most visible ethnic neighbourhoods in Toronto, Little Portugal celebrates the identity of it’s roots with shops that specialize in regional cuisines, baked goods, ceramics, fabrics and even custom furniture and fabrication. Home as well to locations of two major rival bakeries, Nova Era and Caldense, Torontonians flock to sample specialties such as the Pasteis de Nata, a Portuguese custard tart. Buoyed by the relatively recent arrival of immigrants from Brazil, China, Vietnam, and other Portuguese speaking nations, as well as urban professionals, Little Portugal is currently going through another evolution of it’s identity.
A wave of restaurants, galleries, and clothing shops have entered the neighbourhood in the last ten years, diversifying the image of the area and reflecting the expansion of the Queen St West neighbourhood up Ossington Ave.
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