When You Catch a Glimpse of Potential,
Inspired Ideas Are Born!

Welcome to a one of a kind turn-key investment opportunity in one of the most sought after neighbourhoods in Toronto! Should you wish to purchase for yourself or as an investment, this duplex is move in ready with renovations from top to bottom. Huge rental potential & finished basement with separate entrance and rough-ins for a kitchen. Steps away from the Up Express, TTC lines at every corner, bike trails, and many new shops, restaurants and cafes.

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2 RENTAL UNITS + IN-LAW

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SPACIOUS ROOMS

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RECENTLY RENOVATED

The Essentials

Property Size: 1,770 s.f. above grade; 850 s.f. below grade

Units: 2 + In-Law Suite

Bedrooms:  4

Washrooms:  3

Kitchens: 2 + rough in for 3rd

Parking: Laneway access to backyard parking

Property Taxes: $3,827.63 (2017)

Mechanics: Hot Water Tank Rented [$23.26/month]

Possession: 30 Days

Inclusions: Stainless Steel Fridge (x2), Stove & Hoodfan (x2), Clothing Washer & Dryer, Electrical Light Fixtures, Window Coverings

OPEN HOUSE: Saturday Dec 16th & Sunday Dec 17th from 2-4 PM

Offered For Sale At:  $1,275,000

MLS #: W4010356

 

While the media buzzes with speculations surrounding the housing market, no body is talking about why this is such an excellent time for Landlords. Since the Government introduced it’s Fair Housing Plan earlier this year, the number of condos being leased rose by 12% and subsequently, increasing the average rental price by 11%.

With increasing demand and rental vacancies now near zero, rental rates are only going up, with bidding wars becoming common place and expected. If you are considering owning an investment property to lease out, purchasing a condo in the GTA right now is the one of the best investments you can make right now as they are the only asset class that continues to appreciate exponentially year over year compared to a detached home (21.8% versus -2.5%).

 
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Welcome to The Junction

Thanks to a wave of gentrification over the last decade, The Junction is starting to become its own version of West Queen West, only a more distinct small-town vibe. The neighbourhood’s Dundas West strip now boasts colourful storefronts that practically beg you to step inside, from The Beau & Bauble to Bunner’s Bakeshop. An independent farmers’ market also sets up shop on the strip every Saturday, which runs from May until October. Combine all that with The Junction’s red-brick Victorian architecture and proximity to High Park and it makes sense that so many downtowners are now flocking to this neck of the woods.

 

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Transit Options

Rail Lines

  • Line 2 (Bloor-Danforth)
  • 304 King N.C.
  • 306 Carlton N.C.
  • 504 King S.C.
  • 505 Dundas S.C.

Bus Lines

  • 168 Symington
  • 300 Bloor-Danforth Night
  • 312 St.Clair-Junction Night
  • 47 Lansdowne
  • 40 Junction

 

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Restaurants& Cafes

Restaurants

  • Playa Cabana Cantina
  • Nodo Restaurant
  • Indie Alehouse
  • Bricco Kitchen & Wine Bar
  • Al Pastor

Cafés

  • Good Neighbour
  • Crema Coffee
  • Kaffebar
  • Wallace Espresso
  • Caboose Coffee House
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LIFESTYLE

Grocery Stores

  • No Frills
  • Metro
  • Wallace Market
  • The Plant YYZ
  • Gourmeats

Gyms

  • West Toronto CrossFit
  • Snap Fitness
  • Breathe Yoga Studio
  • The Motion Room
  • The Loft Pilates Studio
 

Let's Chat!

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Sima Sepehri-Zadeh
Sales Representative

m    416 710 5805
e     sima@foxmarin.ca

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