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Condo of the week: 477 Richmond Street West

When you imagine the perfect upscale bachelor pad, 477 Richmond Street West is probably not too far off that vision. Listed at $1,079,000, this spot has much more flair than the typical condos seen in this area.

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The loft's generous floor plan is a result of combining two units, and the open concept makes it feel even more spacious. There are floor-to-ceiling windows, and more than enough room for a games area, or a dining room table if you're not in the market for having fun.

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The master bedroom is massive and has enough room for a seating area, which currently features an unobstructed northern view. Large wooden sliding doors separate the bedroom from the living area, adding to the hard loft elements of the space.

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Open duct work, brick accents, track lighting and mirrored structural beams add authenticity to the loft, offering a good canvas to get creative with the layout and design.

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SPECS

  • Address: 477 Richmond Street, #907
  • Price: $1,079,000
  • Square Feet: 1600 +/-
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Parking: 1
  • Taxes: $4,430.55
  • Maintenance Fee: $1,121
  • Walk Score: 95
  • Listing agent: Josh Klein
  • Listing ID: C3531877
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NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Open-concept layout
  • Floor to ceiling windows
  • Custom walk-in closet
  • Oversized master bedroom
  • Underground parking
477 richmond st toronto

GOOD FOR

The bachelor/bachelorette without a family who's looking to hone his or her billiard skills.

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MOVE ON IF

You need more than one bedroom. This is a gorgeous pad, but it ain't made for a family.

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