1081 Queen Street West

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Convergence of Queen & cool

Welcome to this unique and rare opportunity to own a piece of history right in the heart of rapidly gentrifying area of West Queen West. Live in the centre of Toronto’s art scene, just few doors down from the legendary Great Hall.

An architect’s own residence, this home has a perfect blend of style, comfort, location and artistic eccentricity. This is not your run-of-the-mill house. It’s a unique opportunity for those looking for that something truly special.

This spacious 3-bedroom, 3-storey home features a desirable open concept centre hall floor plan and a large eat-in kitchen on the main floor. A large family room resides on the second floor, as well as a walk-out to a huge private terrace – your own retreat in the city. The third floor boasts two spacious bedrooms and a 2-piece powder room.

The stylishly finished basement with a separate entrance has been transformed to a funky and cozy apartment, perfect for urban dwellers or young professionals.

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Beaconsfield has always been popular with members of Toronto's arts community, who have gradually migrated to this area because of its grassroots appeal.

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The neighbourhood.

Beaconsfield, and the more recent "West Queen West" neighbourhood, has always been popular with members of Toronto's arts community, who have gradually migrated to this area because of its grassroots appeal. Most homes in Beaconsfield are circa 1880-1890, with stately and magnificent Victorian homes standing tall on tree-lined streets.

Queen Street West is an eclectic mix of clothing boutiques, arts and crafts stores, and stylish restaurants; the colourful Dundas Street West strip is a mix of Portuguese restaurants, fresh fruit and vegetable markets, and mouth watering bakeries. Ossington Avenue has become a foodie destination with its high-end and five star restaurants.

Beaconsfield is also family-friendly, with The McCormick Recreation Centre at 66 Sheridan Avenue, and the Trinity Community Recreation Centre at 155 Crawford Street. Both have an indoor pool, a gymnasium, a weight room, and a games room. McCormick also has an indoor skating rink and a tot park and a wading pool.


1081 Queen Street West is easily accessible by transit, especially with the 501 Queen streetcar right outside your door. This route also runs overnight. The 504 King streetcar is also a short walk away. For quick access to Line 1, the 63 Ossington bus and 29 Dufferin bus are viable options.

Public Schools Catchment.

Givins/Shaw Junior Public School (GR. JK-06), 49 Givins Street.
Alexander Muir/Gladstone Ave Junior and Senior Public School (GR. JK-08), 108 Gladstone Avenue.
Parkdale Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 209 Jameson Avenue.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

Pope Francis Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 319 Ossington Avenue.
Mary Mother of God School (GR. JK-12), 1515 Queen Street West.

Tell Me More About 1081 Queen Street West

Edward Wang
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty


311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6


416 588 8248 office
416 588 5784 direct



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