Located in the heart of trendy Little Italy, one of the most vibrant, exciting and safe areas of the city and downtown core. This apartment places you in the heart of great and diverse dining, cafés and entertainment experiences as well as steps to public transit and all amenities.
This is a beautifully renovated 1200 square foot (120 m2) 3 bedroom apartment on the second and third floor levels of a classic Victorian house boasts a lot of character and charm. The apartment is approximately 1200 sq (120 m2) ft and offers three large and unique bedrooms including an awesome third floor open bedroom/loft, large kitchen and living area, newly renovated bathroom, dishwasher, washer/dryer, gas stove, central air and more.
Close to all amenities including steps to public transit, grocery stores, University of Toronto, Ryerson. Within walking distance of many great neighborhoods, areas and sites. There's always something going on in Little Italy of one of our adjacent neighborhoods.
Enjoy a morning coffee at one of the large coffee houses or support one of the many independent ones. Satisfy you palette for dinner in the immediate vicinity at one of the many diverse restaurants and enjoy your dining experience while people watching on one of the streets many outdoor patios. Then stroll along College Street for a gelato at Dolce Gelato Café, ice cream at Sicilian Ice Cream, two great but different experiences, or enjoy one of many great desserts offered at one of the several local bakeries and establishments. A number of night time entertainment establishments are within walking distance too.
Take a walk along College Street and enjoy Sneaky Dees famous nachos Tex-mex fare downstairs and DJ on the upper floor, El Rancho's Salsa dancing and entertainment and dining, The Mod Club's entertainment, Revival entertainment and so much more…really!
Take a walk through several neighborhoods immediately adjacent to or within a 15 min walk of our property including Chinatown and their markets, Kensington Market's diversity (people, restaurants, shops and it's pedestrian Sundays where the streets are off limits to cars every 3rd Sunday of each month through October), Queens Park - our Provincial House of Parliament, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), The OCA Building (Ontario College of Art), University of Toronto downtown campus and more…
Take in The Annex with its beautiful and distinctive Victorian houses, shop along Bloor Street West (very diverse from little humble and unique shops to very high end), the Bata Shoe Museum, The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), University of Toronto campus and Yorkville.
Head in another direction and you will find yourself discovering Trinity-Bellwood's park, trendy shopping on Queen Street West and it's strip of diverse and eclectic shops and eateries and café's and The Eaton Center for shopping. Don't forget Little Portugal! Seek out nearby King Street West, continue on a little further and to find yourself on Front Street with its famous St Lawrence Market (closed Mondays) and the unique and tapered Flat Iron Building. Visit Cabbagetown, The Distillery District, Hockey Hall of Fame, the Air Canada Center - home of hockey's historic Toronto Maple Leafs, Rogers Center - home of our beloved Blue Jays, , Ripley's Aquarium, the CN Tower and so much more!!!
In addition to some of the things to see and do mentioned above for the kids, in the immediate vicinity there are a number of small parkettes as well as the larger Trinity Bellwood's Park and Christie Pits, Casa Loma, The Science Center (further out) and more!+ More