766 King Street West 405
Completely reimagined throughout

offered at 849,000 | condo loft | 2 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | taxes 3330.05 (2018) | 900-999 square feet (MPAC) | north exposure | forced air / gas | 614.69 maintenance fees include water, building insurance, parking, and common elements | underground parking, owned | owned locker | inclusions stainless steel fridge, stove,dishwasher, microwave/range hood; all electric light fixtures, all window coverings, washer and dryer, custom closet doors and organizers.

Looking for some authenticity? You've found it in this true hard loft in the heart of bustling King West Village! This amazing two level loft has been masterfully renovated and completely reinvented throughout. Imagine almost 20 feet of soaring Cathedral ceilings (at the peak) with gorgeous skylight, rich quality plank hardwood floors, and custom frosted glass sliding doors. The spacious and bright open concept living space features a walk-out to your own private outdoor oasis overlooking King West, and features a gas hook up for barbecue...just in time for the summer! The designer kitchen with stainless steel appliances and island is the perfect place to show off your culinary prowess.

Two spacious bedrooms and the spa-like bath can be found on the main floor. The second bedroom is equipped with ample storage space and luxe custom closet organizers, while the master bedroom boasts a charming Juliette balcony and double closet. Parking and locker included. It truly doesn't get better than this!

The 'Hood

The neighbourhood. King West Village is one of Toronto's fastest growing neighbourhoods, and has been compared to the Soho neighbourhood in New York. This neighbourhood is especially popular with young urban professionals, both singles and couples, who desire an urban lifestyle close to downtown and within walking distance of the Entertainment and Fashion Districts. In the last decade, King West has become a destination for stylish, high-end restaurants, lounges and a thriving night life. The Thompson Hotel and its diner, located at 550 Wellington Street West, has become a popular neighbourhood landmark.

King West Village now has the added cache of being the host neighbourhood for the Toronto International Film Festival which takes place annually in September. This festival hosts premiere screenings and creates a buzz throughout the entire city. The headquarters for the festival is the TIFF Bell Lightbox, which is surrounded by glitzy new residential and commercial buildings that reflect the urbanesque lifestyle enjoyed by residents of this neighbourhood.

Transit. 766 King Street West boasts a perfect Transit Score, and deservedly so. With the 504 King streetcar right outside your door, getting around town is easy and quick: it's just a few stops to downtown Toronto and St. Andrew Station on Line 1. The building is also a stone's throw away from Bathurst Street and the 511 Bathurst streetcar, which connects to Bathurst Station on Line 2.

Public Schools. Niagara Street Junior Public School (GR. JK-06), 222 Niagara Street. Ryerson Community School (GR. JK-08), 96 Denison Avenue. Parkdale Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 209 Jameson Avenue. Central Technical School (GR. 09-12), 725 Bathurst Street.

Catholic Schools. St. Mary Catholic School (GR. JK-08, French Immersion, GR. JK-SK), 20 Portugal Square. Holy Rosary Catholic School (French Immersion, GR. 01-03), 308 Tweedsmuir Avenue. St. Cecilia Catholic School (French Immersion, GR. 04-08), 355 Annette Street. St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School (Extended French, GR. 05-08), 116 Fermanagh Avenue. St. Joseph's College School (GR. 09-12), 74 Wellesley Street West. St Michael's Choir School (GR. 09-12), 67 Bond Street.

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Edward Wang
Royal LePage Connect Realty