6 littlehayes lane toronto

House of the Week: 6 Littlehayes Lane

This property in the heart of Kensington Market is as unique as the community. The antithesis of the current condo market, the wood accents here might be overbearing for some, but it gives the space this kind of retro feel with a ton of warmth.

It's currently sectioned off into three units, but could easily be transformed to a single family home or one that could accommodate an extended family. This place also has some pretty cool features like the indoor skylight adding to the openness of the basement kitchen or the rooftop terrace with some serious panoramic views of the city. My only question is where the handrails are on some of those staircases.

6 littlehayes lane toronto

SPECS:

  • Address: 6 Littlehayes Lane
  • Price: $ 1,295,000
  • Sq Ft: N/A
  • Bathrooms:3
  • Bedrooms: 3+2
  • Parking: N/A
  • Taxes: N/A
6 littlehayes lane toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES:

  • Built-in cabinetry
  • Working fireplace
  • Multiple balconies
6 littlehayes lane toronto

GOOD FOR:

This is another property zoned for both commercial and residential use which could be great for a small business or investor. It's hard to say how Kensington Market will evolve over the next few years, but this could be an opportunity to invest before gentrification takes over and prices climb.

6 littlehayes lane toronto

MOVE ON IF:

You hate wood and you're not looking to invest time and money to renovate. With a little bit of work this place could be transformed into a palace of awesome.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

6 littlehayes lane toronto6 littlehayes lane toronto6 littlehayes lane toronto6 littlehayes lane toronto6 littlehayes lane toronto6 littlehayes lane toronto6 littlehayes lane toronto6 littlehayes lane toronto

Read other posts in this series via our House of the Week Pinterest board.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in City

Ontario confirms spike in new cases of COVID-19 and dismally low testing numbers

Toronto delivery driver pistol-whipped while dropping off food

These are the most haunted and spookiest places in Toronto

This is what Yorkdale looked like in the 1960s and 70s

These Toronto neighbourhoods have the highest percentages of positive COVID-19 tests

Doug Ford begs protesters to stop scaring kids in his neighbourhood

Ontario announces plan to move dozens of government services online

These are the adorably weird new delivery vehicles you may be spotting around Toronto