157 Lippincott St, Toronto

157 Lippincott St Toronto
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  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Type: Residential
  • Added: 38 days ago
Spectacular Semi In Harbord Village. Currently Used As A Student Res. Easily Converts To Single Family Or Multi Unit (On Approval). Steps To Bathurst, College St. U Of T, Kensington Mkt, Transit, Mirvish Village, Koreatown. New Window (2010) New Roof (2009) Ideal Investment With $60,637 Income. Virtual Tour Online. Floor Plans & Home Insp Available. 3 Fridges, 2 Stoves, 2 Dishwashers, Washer & Dryer.(3rd Kitchen Is R/I) Total 2500 Sq. Ft. Incl Bsmt

Building Details for 157 Lippincott St, Toronto, ON

  • Type: House
  • Cooling : Central air conditioning
  • Heating Fuel: Natural gas
  • Heating : Forced air
  • Basement : N/A (Finished)
  • Stories Total: 2
  • Exterior Finish: Brick
  • Basement Features: Walk out
  • Fireplace Present: False
  • Basement Development: Finished
  • Bedrooms Above Ground: 5
  • Bedrooms Below Ground: 1
  • Construction Style Attachment: Semi-detached

Land Details for 157 Lippincott St, Toronto, ON

  • Amenities: Park, Public Transit, Schools
  • Size Total Text: 20.9 x 82 FT

Additional Details for 157 Lippincott St, Toronto, ON

  • Ammenities Near By: Park, Public Transit, Schools
  • Extras: Rear Lot, 62 Croft Street Available As A Separate Lot, With Approved Plans For A Detached 1700 (Approx) Sq Ft Dwelling With A W/O Basement, Also For Sale On Mls. Buy Both For Two Adjacent Family Homes/Two Investment Properties (id:1945)
Room Dimensions
  • Second level (3 Rooms): Bedroom 3 (3.51 m x 3.2 m) | Bedroom 4 (3.25 m x 5.18 m) | Kitchen (3.3 m x 3.17 m)
  • Basement (4 Rooms): Bedroom 5 | Bedroom | Bedroom 5 | Laundry room
  • Main level (3 Rooms): Bedroom (3.56 m x 3.22 m) | Bedroom 2 (3.56 m x 3.22 m) | Kitchen (2.32 m x 3.58 m)
Nearby Places
Name Type Address
Shaarei Tzedec In 1912, a number of families left Shaarei Tzedec, then on Centre Street, in a dispute over burial rites, and formed a new congregation, Chevra Rodfei Sholem, commonly known as the Kiever Shul
Markham Street, Toronto Its northern end starts in the Seaton Village neighbourhood and it passes through Mirvish Village, Palmerston–Little Italy, Trinity–Bellwoods and ends at West Queen Street West at its south end.
Caplansky's Delicatessen The venture was successful and, in 2009, Caplansky opened his eponymous full service delicatessen on College Street near Kensington Market
Free Times Cafe The restaurant serves a menu of Jewish, Middle Eastern and Canadian food as well as all-day breakfast and features "Bella! Did Ya Eat?" Authentic Jewish Sunday Brunch all you can eat buffet accompanied by live klezmer or Yiddish music
College Street Baptist Church College Street Baptist Church is a former church at the northwest corner of College Street and Palmerston Boulevard in the Little Italy neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
1 Spadina Crescent The original Gothic Revival structure was built in 1875 to house Knox College; it became associated with the University of Toronto twelve years later
Knox Presbyterian Church (Toronto) Knox Presbyterian Church is a Presbyterian church in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Bakka-Phoenix Bakka published Bakka Magazine from 1975-77
7 Vankoughnet St Main 111 Lippincott St Lower 50 Borden St 34 Borden St