57 Huron Street | Central Toronto - Downtown

Description

Happy New Year! Calling all builders, renovators & buyers looking for a fantastic opportunity to build the home of your dreams in a prime downtown location!

Property Details

  • Asking Price: $549,900
  • Lot size: 21 x 121.17
  • Parking: Up to 4 car parking via laneway access
  • Possession: 30 Days/TBA
  • Inclusions: As is condition with no representation and warranties being made on chattels and fixtures from the sellers and listing brokerage. Buyers & agents agree to enter the premises at your own risk & should do their due diligence to verify information. Note: No children allowed on the property
  • Taxes 2012: $3005.46

Opportunity Knocks!

Happy New Year! Calling all builders, renovators & buyers looking for a fantastic opportunity to build the home of your dreams in a prime downtown location!

Large 21 x 121.17 foot lot - Detached 1886 house (abutting house on south side built with separate foundation).

Quiet street in vibrant central area - steps to shopping, restaurants, TTC, U of T - Plus AGO, OCAD, Chinatown & Kensington Market, hospitals, Grange Park & Queen Street West!

Up to 4 car parking via back laneway! Unlimited potential/options! The seller makes no representations or warranties to the state of the property.

Estate sale being sold in "as is where is" condition. Offers glady reviewed anytime! Please allow 24 hr irrevocable, attach schedule "B" and talk to Listing Agent prior to drafting offer. There will be flashlights & masks available at the property please show during day light hours only. Must book appointment to walk the property! Check into possible commercial zoning options.

Approximate Annual Taxes 2012: $3005.46

Lot size: 21 x 121.17

Parking: Up to 4 car parking via laneway access

Possession: 30 Days/TBA

Inclusions/Exclusions: As is condition with no representation and warranties being made on chattels and fixtures from the sellers and listing brokerage. Buyers & agents agree to enter the premises at your own risk & should do their due diligence to verify information. No children allowed on property.

Electric Neighbourhood!

With a Walk Score of 97/100 this location can’t get any better!

Shopping could not get any better! The Kensington neighbourhood is defined by its popular outdoor market , which has become a hot spot for tourists and a popular Toronto shopping destination. The international flavour of Kensington Market reflects the diverse cultural mix of this vibrant and colourful Toronto neighbourhood.

Enjoy trendy shopping on Queen West or the Eaton Centre a short stroll as well!

The world is your oyster! Close to the financial & entertainment districts as well as some of famous city landmarks such as City Hall, CN Tower, Osgoode Hall to name but a few!. This residence is surrounded by a vast array of restaurants, live theatre, unique shops, museums & art venues.

Popular Grange Park is a prominent and well-used public park in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located south of the Art Gallery of Ontario , beside the Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCADU), and north of University Settlement House, at the north end of John Street.

Bellevue Square , which is located right in the centre of the neighbourhood has a tot's playground and a wading pool as well as Butterfield Park & St. Patricks Square.

Plenty of local recreation! Cecil Community Centre at Spadina and College, features a large Hall that is used for theatre productions, sports, games, parties, and weddings.

The Shaw College Public Library serves as a community meeting place and offers reading material in a number of languages that reflect the cultural diversity of Kensington residents.

Transportation Is A Snap! Walk to St Patrick & Osgoode Stations and entry to the underground PATH as well as streetcar service on Bathurst Street connects passengers to the Bloor-Danforth subway line. The Spadina, Dundas, and Queen streetcars travel to the Spadina station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line.

Attention all professional hospital workers! An easy walk & commute to Mount Sinai, Toronto General, Princess Margaret & St. Michaels Hospitals.

Be out of the city in mere minutes! Motorists are already downtown and are just minutes from the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard.

There are ample bike & car share programs in the neighbourhood as well! Check out Bixi and Zipcars for more information.

For great info & YouTube video visit LovelyTorontoHomes.com

Schools available for residents of 57 Huron Street

Check for your house number!

Former Municipality Street Name Street Number Range Elementary Intermediate Secondary Technical Programs Commercial Programs Business & Technical Programs
Toronto Huron St 1-73(Odd) Ogden Jr PS   Ryerson CS  Harbord CI   Central Technical School      
Toronto Huron St 10-60(Even) Ogden Jr PS   Ryerson CS  Harbord CI   Central Technical School      
Toronto Huron St 75-189(Odd) Orde Street Jr PS   Lord Lansdowne Jr & Sr PS  Harbord CI   Central Technical School   Central Commerce CI    
Toronto Huron St 206-334(Even) Lord Lansdowne Jr & Sr PS   Lord Lansdowne Jr & Sr PS  Harbord CI   Central Technical School   Central Commerce CI    
Toronto Huron St 213-311(Odd) Lord Lansdowne Jr & Sr PS   Lord Lansdowne Jr & Sr PS  Harbord CI   Central Technical School   Central Commerce CI    
Toronto Huron St 336-428(Even) Huron Street Jr PS   Lord Lansdowne Jr & Sr PS  Jarvis CI   Central Technical School   Central Commerce CI    
Toronto Huron St 345-409(Odd) Huron Street Jr PS   Lord Lansdowne Jr & Sr PS  Jarvis CI   Central Technical School   Central Commerce CI    
Toronto Huron St 453-677(Odd) Huron Street Jr PS   Jesse Ketchum Jr & Sr PS  Jarvis CI   Central Technical School   Central Commerce CI    
Toronto Huron St 470-692(Even) Huron Street Jr PS   Jesse Ketchum Jr & Sr PS  Jarvis CI   Central Technical School   Central Commerce CI    
Toronto Huron St 700-744(Even) Brown Jr PS   Deer Park Jr & Sr PS  Oakwood CI   Central Technical School   Central Commerce CI