House of the week: 209 Claremont Street
A three-storey modern townhouse in the Bellwoods neighbourhood is going for a cool $1,225,000. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit at 209 Claremont Street is part of a collection of new townhomes changing the face of the already hip and gentrified area.
Constructed in 2012 by Richard Wengle Architects and designer Cecconi Simone, whose accolades boast residential projects like the sleek Chaz Yorkville and the B.Streets Condos across from Honest Ed's, this multi-unit complex has massive curb appeal and desirable amenities for the urban dweller, including underground parking as well as bike storage.
The slightly narrow interior features an open layout with an oversized kitchen (seriously it's huge), a glass-enclosed staircase and a patio with a barbecue and a hot tub. The second level offers two bedrooms, while the third floor is dedicated to the spacious master and ensuite.
Being nearby the original California Sandwiches location on Claremont. The street literally smells like the best veal sandwich you've ever eaten. Also within walking distance is Trinity Bellwoods Park, one of Toronto's best public green spaces, a few blocks away.
MOVE ON IF
You don't want to pay for parking. Whether you own a car or not, a fee of $134 per month is included for one underground spot.
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