110A Palmerston Ave Toronto

Condo of the week: 110A Palmerston Avenue

Amid the row houses and old Victorian homes that line Palmerston Avenue is this modern townhouse. 110A Palmerston Ave TorontoThe rectangular exterior definitely stands out in comparison, but inside is a lovely Scandinavian-inspired home. The main floor has the living room and kitchen. It's open plan and has plenty of light.

110A Palmerston Ave TorontoThe kitchen is sleek and shiny, with glossy white cabinets.

110A Palmerston Ave TorontoOn the second level are two spacious bedrooms and a bathroom. The bathroom has a funky ombret-syle tile effect going on in the shower.

110A Palmerston Ave TorontoThe master bedroom is located on the third floor. It's simple and bright with light hardwood floors, big windows and tall ceilings.

110A Palmerston Ave TorontoThe suite also has a large walk-in closet and a five-piece spa-like en suite, with a neutral pallet that creates a sense of calm.  

110A Palmerston Ave TorontoAs for outdoor space, you have a small backyard with enough room to have a patio table and some chairs.110A Palmerston Ave Toronto

Specs
Good For

Location. Just steps from all the bars and restaurants on College Street, to Trinity Bellwoods mere blocks away and Kensington Market within walking distance, this townhouse is ideally situated.

Move On If

You aren't a fan of running up and down stairs. With four separate levels, there are definitely a lot of stairs.110A Palmerston Ave Toronto

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