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Status

Condo Apartment

Type

1

Bedroom(s)

1

Bathroom(s)

$2,609.71 / 2021

Taxes Per/Year

About 201 Carlaw Ave #411

Welcome to Leslieville! Stunning open concept 1 bedroom in sought-after Printing Factory Lofts. 10ft exposed concrete ceilings & polished concrete floors. Large south facing windows offer ample natural light. Open concept living space w/designer kitchen and large centre island. 108 sqft balcony w/gas BBQ hookup for all your summer entertaining. Parking & locker. Quick access to downtown, beaches, 24hr TTC. Steps to boutique shops, bustling restaurants/patios & parks.

Extras: Fridge, stove, dish washer, wine fridge, clothes washer & dryer, electrical light fixtures, and all window coverings.

201 Carlaw Ave #411 Highlights

  • Leslieville!
  • Located in sought-after Printing Factory Lofts
  • Stunning open concept living space
  • 1 bedroom
  • 10ft exposed concrete ceilings
  • Polished concrete floors
  • Large south facing windows offer ample natural light
  • Designer kitchen with large centre island
  • 108 sqft balcony with gas BBQ hookup for all your summer entertaining
  • Parking & locker.
  • Quick access to downtown, beaches, 24hr TTC
  • Steps to boutique shops, bustling restaurants/patios & parks
  • Extras: Fridge, stove, dish washer, wine fridge, clothes washer & dryer, electrical light fixtures, and all window coverings

Listing Courtesy of Sage Real Estate

Listing Agent

Tara Lee Crooks

Managing Partner

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Leslieville is a large, desirable area of Toronto flanked by the Don River to the West, Coxwell to the East, the lake to the south and Gerrard Street to the north. In its earliest days, Leslieville consisted of lots owned by some of Toronto’s original families running to the outskirts of Scarborough. Leslieville was named […]

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