- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Den
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Parking Spot
Make us an offer we can’t refuse. This beautiful 1 bedroom condo with a real den has 8½ ft high smooth ceilings and crown mouldings. This Manhattan-style suite provides a bright space for entertaining with a large open kitchen where you can keep an eye on guests. A balcony perfect for wine-o-clock and a large master bedroom. LCBO, Loblaws, restaurants, cafes and gyms are at your doorstep. Steps to St Clair subway station. Includes parking and locker.
Black stove and microwave, Brand new stainless steel dishwasher and fridge, white washer and dryer, smooth ceilings, all elfs; Exclude: white cabinet in master, shelving in laundry, brown free-standing kitchen cabinet, brown lower cabinet in den.
All the hottest restaurants have come to Midtown. Enjoy Buca, Prohibition, Byblos, CIBO and the new Terroni.Continue Reading
How much does a condo in Toronto cost based on the sales within the past year? We have done all the heavy lifting for you so you don’t have to. Here’s an easy graphic of prices within a 0.3km radius of each TTC subway station!
This bright, South-facing, split bedroom suite with open-concept kitchen is the perfect place to entertain, Hang out or just live. It Offers a balcony fit for your morning coffee. The master bedroom features a walk-in closet, ensuite bathroom with soaker tub Located in the heart of the Junction, this condo is walking distance to all of the hip restaurants, coffee shops and transit.
Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, White Washer and Dryer. All Window Coverings.
When buying a condo, you need to determine what size space you’d like to live in. The older condo buildings tend to have much larger units available than the newer buildings. The average size condo in a newer (less than 5 years old) building is less than 600 sq ft. If you want space you need to look at an older building. Continue Reading
Last year, I analyzed the value of 2-bedroom condos along each subway line so that you could see what trends emerged at each station when it came to price.
I pulled the data from the Toronto Real Estate Board statistics based on condos that were within a 0.3km radius (394 steps) from a subway station. Some stations didn’t have any condos built within the 0.3 km distance while some stations had less than 2 condo sales reported during the period of Jan. 1 to July 24th, making some of the sample sizes rather small.
In this year’s version, I have added in the data from condo sales in the back half of the year (July 25th – Dec. 31st, 2017). Now we have a better idea of not only the values at each subway station but whether the values increased or decreased towards the back half of the year.
Here’s a simple tip that you should know about buying a resale condo as opposed to buying pre-construction.
Here’s what happened in Toronto’s condo market in 2017, plain and simple.
I share what the best month to buy a house/condo is on this new Morrison Report.
Year after year, I hear many people tell me that their plan is to save a little bit more in order to afford that bigger, better condo or house the following year. Continue Reading