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Tucked away on a quiet street and next door to one of the most diverse and inclusive neighbourhoods in downtown Toronto lies your hidden oasis. With over 850 sq ft, two spacious bedrooms, and a view that immediately makes you feel calm, there is no need to sacrifice on your wishlist. At 77 Maitland, you deserve to have the best of all worlds.
Entering the unit, you’ll be amazed at how efficiently the space flows. Store your jacket in the coat closet to the left before heading through the renovated kitchen. Upgraded stainless steel appliances and overhead potlights make this the ideal space to cook a cozy dinner for the perfect night in. There is even plenty of room to invite your partner to play sous-chef.
Pass through the kitchen and enter the large open-concept living and dining room. You’ll gasp at how roomy the space feels, with natural light pouring in through the windows ahead. Host friends for cocktails before heading to restaurants and bars in The Village. Or, sprawl on the couch for a weekend movie marathon – this haven is yours to customize.
Renovations continue throughout the space with upgraded laminate flooring and two beautifully redone bathrooms. You’ll love the tile work in the main bath. From the hexagon floor tiles to the subway-inspired shower tiles, the attention to detail is outstanding.
The primary and secondary bedrooms are generously sized and have beautiful views of the vibrant city life outside.
There is already so much to love, but it gets better. Welcome to your private, outdoor terrace. Cozy up with a glass of wine and lose yourself in the view of the twinkling city lights as you tower over the trees and old Victorian buildings below.
About the Building
Located on Maitland Place just east of Jarvis Street, Celebrity Place takes its title from the once-famous Celebrity Club that used to stand where now there is a back entrance driveway. The building is known as a diverse and welcoming community, with unique features like garden composting, a herb garden and a convenience store right on the premises. With strong building management and fun building amenities, plus the surrounding Church and Wellesley neighbourhood full of parks, restaurants, old Victorian-style houses, it’s an ideal place for anyone seeking a historically charmed and friendly neighbourhood. Oh, and did we mention the amenities are second to none? You want it? You got it! There’s a board room, a games room, a dining room, a library, a pool and sauna, squash and basketball courts, an in-building convenience store, media room, (paid) bike storage, a hobby/woodworking room (yes, you read that right), party room, great gym and common gardens. Literally, something for everyone.
5 Things We Love
- The space- While it’s true that size matters, layout plays a huge, and I mean HUGE role in liveability. Here, all 851 square feet are well-designed to make the most of the space.
- The bathrooms- Both bathrooms have been renovated with exquisite attention to detail.
- The view– The terrace faces northwest, overlooking trees, old Victorian buildings and office/condo buildings at Bloor.
- The quiet- Despite its uber-urban location, the building itself is on a tucked away side-street that is super calming.
- The “turnkey”- There’s nothing really to do that hasn’t been done. Just move in.
About Cabbagetown - South St.Jamestown
Experience the best of Cabbagetown and South St.Jamestown, while being steps away from Toronto’s bustling most inclusive neighbourhoods. This location is perfect for you if you love the feeling of living in a community surrounded by Victorian homes, without losing the amenities of being centrally located in Toronto’s downtown core. It even offers a slice of country-living in Riverdale Farm – accessorized with real-life piglets, horses, chickens, roosters, and cows. Enjoy your morning coffee at the nearby family-owned cafes such as Staij & Co, or enjoy a nice meal at Red Cranberries or St. Jamestown Steak and Chops. Into the nightlife? You are steps away from some of Toronto’s most inclusive bars including Woody’s and SAILOR, and the Drink.