25 Grenville Street 1204
No room for compromises
With a sprawling open concept living area, this one bedroom plus den unit features elegant 5 inch soft-hued hardwood floors throughout, and an updated kitchen with timeless oak cabinets paired with a stylish glass-tiled backsplash and stainless steel appliances. The recently renovated spa-like bathroom boasts a contemporary floating vanity and custom glass shower enclosure. Huge double closets and sun-drenched facing windows are just some of the highlights of the generous bedroom.
Condo fees include all utilities and cable. This condo is almost too good to be true!
By the Numbers
Taxes 2106.70 (2018)
Maintenance fee 880.20
(includes water, heat, hydro, cable, central air conditioning, building insurance, and common elements)
About the Home
810 square feet (as per MPAC)
Forced air / gas heating, central air
More to Know
|Main||Living room||17.61 x 15.58 ft||Hardwood floor, open concept, overlooks dining room|
|Main||Dining room||17.61 x 15.58 ft||Hardwood floor, open concept, overlooks living room|
|Main||Kitchen||8.30 x 8.69 ft||Open concept, renovated, stainless steel appliances|
|Main||Master bedroom||11.71 x 11.15 ft||Double closet, hardwood floor, window|
|Main||Den||5.25 x 15.81 ft||Open concept, hardwood floor, window|
The amenities.Building amenities include security guard, recreation room, exercise room, sauna, squash/racquet court, and rooftop deck with barbecues. The building also has a (secondary) entrance/exit on College Street, for quick access to stores and transit.
The neighbourhood.The Bay Street Corridor is one of Toronto's most iconic neighbourhoods, steeped in rich history and now home to Toronto's financial hub. It's also one of the city's most walkable neighbourhoods, boasting a dense concentration of amenities. Residents in this neighbourhood have instant access to international and gourmet cuisine, big box and specialty stores, groceries and convenience stores, bars and cafes, movie theatres, and much more. The area attracts many who work in the financial district, Discovery District, nearby hospitals, and Ryerson University and the University of Toronto.
Just north of this area is the Royal Ontario Museum and Queen’s Park, while the Eaton Centre, City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square are a few blocks south. The nearby Bloor-Yorkville and Yonge Street shopping district are great draws for residents and tourists alike.
The YMCA at 20 Grosvenor Street is a popular place to get in a workout and features a gymnasium and swimming pool. The University of Toronto’s Hart House is open to the general public on a membership basis and offers a variety of athletics, arts, and food and living classes. The Hart House Theatre, one of Canada’s oldest theatres, frequently offers shows and has hosted notable alumni including Donald Sutherland, Norman Jewison, and Lorne Michaels.
Transit.With a perfect transit score, 25 Grenville Street is serviced by the 506 Carlton streetcar and several bus lines, including the 97 Yonge bus, 306 Carlton, 6 Bay, 94 Wellesley, and the convenient 320 Yonge night bus. Getting around the city and beyond is easy with the nearby College subway station on Line 1, as well as the Toronto Coach Terminal at Bay and College Streets.
Public Schools Catchment.Church Street Junior Public School (GR. JK-06), 83 Alexander Street.
Jesse Ketchum Junior and Senior Public School (GR. JK-08), 61 Davenport Road.
Jarvis Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 495 Jarvis Street.
Catholic Schools Catchment.Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 444 Sherbourne Street.
St. Michael's Choir School (GR. 03-12), 67 Bond Street.
St. Joseph's College School (GR. 09-12), 74 Wellesley Street.
Tell Me More About 25 Grenville Street 1204
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty
311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6
416 588 8248 office
416 588 5784 direct