71 Simcoe Street Toronto

Condo of the week: 71 Simcoe Street

This isn't the flashiest condo ever but we all know that when it comes to buying a new home you want substance over style. 

71 Simcoe Street TorontoThis two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit is well sized with over 1,300-square-feet of living space.

71 Simcoe Street TorontoIt also has a great view and it's in a newly renovated building. 

71 Simcoe Street TorontoThe building boasts amenties like a pool, sauna and party rooms. And another bonus is it's $200 per square foot cheaper than the neighbourhood average. 

71 Simcoe Street TorontoThe living and dining room area are open concept with lots of natural light. 

71 Simcoe Street TorontoThe kitchen is cute and functional.

71 Simcoe Street TorontoIt also has a little peek through window into the living room so you can still chat to people if you're entertaining. 

71 Simcoe Street TorontoSome of the interiors are a bit dated, like the bathroom, but with a little refresh you can have that Pinterest worthy space in no time. 

The one big downside to this place is the lack of outdoor space and there isn't really any green space nearby.  71 Simcoe Street Toronto

Specs
  • Address: #904 – 71 Simcoe Street 
  • Price: $1,030,000
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Parking: 1
  • Walk Score: 100    
  • Transit Score: 100
  • Maintenance Fees: $1,250 monthly
  • Brokerage: Slate Realty Inc. 
  • Listing ID: C4645171
71 Simcoe Street TorontoGood For

Taking in the city culture. You're right next to Roy Thomson Hall, the Royal Alexandra Theatre, TIFF Bell Lightbox and so much more. 71 Simcoe Street Toronto

Move On If

You want outdoor space. 71 Simcoe Street Toronto

Lead photo by

Caralyn Ing


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