1103 1 The Esplanade, Toronto

1103 1 The Esplanade Toronto
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  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Type: Condominium
  • Added: 8 days ago
Fantastic Live/Work Space In The St.Lawrence Market With Breathtaking Westerly Unobstructed City Views. This Fantastically Laid Out One Plus Den, 675 Sqft Elegant Suite With 9Ft Ceilings, Hardwood Floors And Floor To Ceiling Windows. Spacious Kitchen W Centre Island Perfect For Entertaining, S/S Bosch Appliances, Granite Counters. Spacious Family Room Huge Balcony To Enjoy The Beautiful Sunset. Upgraded Hardwood Flrs. Amenities:Outdoor Pool, Gym & Many More

Building Details for 1103 1 The Esplanade, Toronto, ON

  • Type: Apartment
  • Cooling : Central air conditioning
  • Heating Fuel: Natural gas
  • Heating : Forced air
  • Exterior Finish: Concrete
  • Fireplace Present: False
  • Bedrooms Above Ground: 1
  • Bedrooms Below Ground: 1

Land Details for 1103 1 The Esplanade, Toronto, ON

Additional Details for 1103 1 The Esplanade, Toronto, ON

  • Features: Balcony
  • Maintenance Fee: 507.82
  • Management Company: Crossbridge Condominium Services
  • Maintenance Fee Payment Unit: Monthly
  • Extras: S/S Fridge,Oven,Cooktop,Dishwasher,Microwave,Washer/Dryer,Customer Roller Blinds & All Elfs. Steps To Union Station, Top Restaurants, Short Walk To Waterfront (id:1945)
Room Dimensions
  • Main level (4 Rooms): Living room (3.05 m x 6.09 m) | Primary Bedroom (3.05 m x 2.74 m) | Kitchen (3.05 m x 3.65 m) | Den (2.13 m x 2.43 m)
Nearby Places
Name Type Address
25 The Esplanade It is noted for its similarity to the nearby Gooderham Building in Toronto, and other Flatiron-style buildings.
Queen City Yacht Club (Toronto) Toronto at the time was known as the "Queen City of the Lake"
St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts Lawrence Centre for the Arts is a performing arts theatre complex located in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toronto Board of Trade Building Completed in 1892 on the corner of Front Street East and Yonge Street, the seven storey tower was home to the Toronto Board of Trade and the Toronto Transit Commission
Dixon Building (Toronto) The three-and-a-half storey building is an example of Second Empire architecture and was constructed in 1872-3 according to the designs of Walter Strickland
Gooderham Building On the eastern edge of the city's Financial District (east of Yonge Street), it is in the St
88 Scott It will be located between the Financial District and the St
Colborne Street, Toronto It crosses Victoria Street and Leader Lane, ending at Church Street
902 1 The Esplanade 3302 1 The Esplanade Dr 2301 1 The Esplanade Ave 3508 1 The Esplanade Ave