676 Richmond Street West Toronto

Condo of the week: 676 Richmond Street West

Here's a nice break from all the multi-million dollar condos that often dominate our attention. Even with the Toronto real estate market soaring, not that many people can afford condos in excess of a million bucks.

676 Richmond Street West TorontoThis one bedroom loft is listed at $750,000 and offers a good look at what you get in this price range. There are some great features, but also a few things that prospective buyers will have to give up, the most obvious being a fully enclosed bedroom.

676 Richmond Street West TorontoLocated in a former knitting mill that was converted to loft units in 1996, this space lives up to its designation by placing the bedroom above the washroom space, which cleverly contains a washer-dryer. All in all, it's a very good use of 782 square feet of space.

676 Richmond Street West TorontoThere aren't a ton of heritage features on display, but the exposed brick wall is a centrepiece, and the living room window floods the space with light. The gas fireplace is also a nice touch.

676 Richmond Street West TorontoSpecs
  • Address: #107 676 Richmond St. W
  • Price: $750,o00
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Parking: 2
  • Walk Score: 97
  • Transit Score: 100
  • Maintenance Fees: $725
  • Listing agent: Diana Mendonca
  • Listing ID: C3800105
676 Richmond Street West TorontoGood For

This condo will appeal to those who don't like the idea of living in a high rise community. It's a boutique building with just enough heritage on display to have some cultural cachet.

676 Richmond Street West TorontoMove On If

This place is really only suited to a single occupant or a couple with compatible work schedules. It'd be hard to use the living space when someone else is sleeping.

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Thanks to Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage for sponsoring our condo of the week. All editorial written and selected by blogTO.

Lead photo by

Edwin Ham via Pope Real Estate


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