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101 170 Bayview Ave, Toronto

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Type: Townhouse
  • Added: 118 days ago
A Rarely Offered 2-Story Townhouse In River City 3 Designed By Saucier+Perrotte. Lauded By Architectural Critics & Winner Of 2015 Build Award For Best Building Design. This Only Corner Unit W/ Floor To Ceiling Windows Is Sure To Impress. 1182 Sqft Of Luxury Living. Open Concept Living/Dining Room, High Ceilings, Modern Kitchen With Large Island, & Top Of The Line Integrated Appliances. Directly Across From Corktown Common Park W/ Easy Access To Dvp & Ttc.

Building Details for 101 170 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON

  • Type: Row / Townhouse
  • Amenities: Storage - Locker, Security/Concierge, Party Room, Exercise Centre
  • Cooling : Central air conditioning
  • Heating Fuel: Natural gas
  • Heating : Forced air
  • Stories Total: 2
  • Exterior Finish: Concrete
  • Fireplace Present: False
  • Bedrooms Above Ground: 2
  • Bedrooms Below Ground: 1

Land Details for 101 170 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON

Room Dimensions
  • Second level (3 Rooms): Master bedroom | Bedroom 2 | Office
  • Ground level (4 Rooms): Kitchen | Dining room | Living room | Pantry
Nearby Places
Name Type Address
CN Railway Police building, Toronto The building served as the Toronto headquarters for the Canadian National Railways (CNR) police
Inglenook Community High School The school has, on average, one hundred students and six teachers
Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Museum 106 Trinity St
Little Trinity Anglican Church The cornerstone for the Tudor Gothic church was laid on July 20, 1843, and the first services were held February 14, 1844 making it the oldest surviving church building in Toronto
Theatre Museum Canada One of Theatre Museum Canada's ongoing projects is the Legends Library, which consists of filmed interviews of Canadian theatre icons such as William Hutt and Robert LePage
St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church (Toronto) Located in Regent Park, the congregation was established in the 1870s and operates several outreach programmes
Toronto Sun Building The mural was 55 metres wide and 7.6 metres high, covering a long brick wall along Front Street
Paul Bishop's House The houses, constructed in 1848 by Paul Bishop, sit upon the foundations laid by William Jarvis for his home in 1798