850 Richmond Street

Condo of the week: 850 Richmond Street

There's no shortage of upscale townhouses along Richmond West. This three bedroom unit at 850 Richmond Street is new to market, and priced at $1,399,000. The Edition-Richmond complex, conveniently located near Queen West and Trinity-Bellwoods Park, was completed last year, and previously won a 2013 BILD design award.

A collaboration by Audax Architecture and interior designer Cecconi Simone, the minimalist space is draped in white. A two storey condo, the main level features 20 foot ceilings and panoramic windows. The master bedroom has unique interior windows and includes a massive marble ensuite with soaker tub.

850 Richmond Street

SPECS

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NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Two levels
  • 20 ft ceilings
  • Large windows
  • Marble bathrooms
  • Hardwood flooring
  • Storage locker
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GOOD FOR

Affordable monthly fees. The maintenance fee is lower than other similar townhomes at $544/month which makes living downtown affordable -- well, make that somewhat affordable.

850 Richmond Street

MOVE ON IF

The multi-level floor plan is a bit confusing. The three bedroom was converted into two larger rooms, and there are stairs inside the bathroom that could make for a slippery shower.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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