993 queen street west toronto

Condo of the week: 993 Queen Street West

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I've covered a ton of apartments in this building over the years and every single one is beautiful. This one is no exception. 993 queen street west torontoThe one-bed, one-bath condo has lots of natural light, exposed beams brick and duct work, as well as some pretty sexy hardwood floors. 

993 queen street west torontoThe high ceilings and open concept layout give the place an airy feel. 

993 queen street west torontoThe kitchen and bathroom were recently renovated, so they're shiny and new. 

993 queen street west torontoThe bedroom is up a small set of stairs, apart from the rest of the place, so it's cozy and tranquil. 

993 queen street west torontoThere isn't any outdoor space, but there is a plant wall... so, close enough? 993 queen street west toronto

Specs
  • Address: #409 – 993 Queen St. W
  • Price: $1,398,000
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Parking: 1
  • Walk Score: 97    
  • Transit Score: 98
  • Maintenance Fees: $586.01 monthly
  • Brokerage: Right At Home Realty Inc. 
  • Listing ID: C4591161993 queen street west toronto
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