152 St Patrick St #1205 | Toronto C01 - Kensington-Chinatown


Stainless Steel Appliances, White Washer/Dryer, All Existing Elfs And Window Coverings. One Parking. Gym, Roof Terrace, 24 Hour Security/Concierge, Direct Access To Indoor Food Court. Unit Is Virtually Staged For Visualization.



Property Details

  • Asking Price: $1,100,000
  • Taxes: 3639.93
  • Virtual Tour URL: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=wbo6zdbvbDj
  • Maintenance: $1,435.33
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Garage Type: Undergrnd
  • Parking Spaces: 1
  • Kitchens: 1
  • Heat Type: Forced Air
  • Heat Source: Gas
  • Air Conditioning: Central Air
  • Approx Square Footage: 1400-1599
  • Additional Features: Arts Centre, Hospital, Place Of Worship, Public Transit, Rec Centre, School
  • Fireplace: N
  • Year Built: 1992
  • Type: Condo Apt
  • Style: Apartment

Extremely Rare 3 + 1 Bedroom Condo In The Heart Of Downtown. Gorgeous Oversize High Floor Unit With Updated Kitchen And Baths. Den Can Be Used As 4th Bedroom/Office (See Virtual Staging). One Of The Biggest Unit In The Building. Walking Distance To Subway, Hospitals, Ago, U Of T, Yonge-Dundas Square, Chinatown, Financial And Entertainment Districts. Perfect For Young And Growing Family With Space, Short Commute And Amenities Or Ideal Rental Income Property.

Room Dimensions

Living 14.5×10 ft (4.4×3.1 m) Flat Hardwood Floor, Open Concept
Dining 10.8×9 ft (3.3×2.7 m) Flat Hardwood Floor, Led Lighting, Open Concept
Kitchen 11.3×9 ft (3.4×2.7 m) Flat Tile Floor, Stainless Steel Appl, Granite Counter
Prim Bdrm 17.2×11.4 ft (5.3×3.5 m) Flat Hardwood Floor, His/Hers Closets, 4 Pc Ensuite
2nd Br 13.9×10 ft (4.3×3.1 m) Flat Hardwood Floor, His/Hers Closets, 4 Pc Bath
3rd Br 13.9×10 ft (4.3×3.1 m) Flat Hardwood Floor, Closet, Large Window
Den 11.2×9 ft (3.4×2.7 m) Flat Hardwood Floor, Closet, French Doors

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