105 George St | Unit 814


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POST HOUSE LIVING

Now’s your chance to own at the Post House. Modern 1 bedroom condo with an efficient layout and 9′ flat ceilings. Modern kitchen with granite counters, ceramic backsplash and high end Blomberg appliances. Designer bathroom with a soaker tub gives a touch of spa at home. Unobstructed north views to Bloor Street through your floor-to-ceiling windows. Spacious 100 sq ft private balcony runs the length of your unit, leaving ample space for patio furniture. Everything at your doorstep, St.Lawrence Market, George Brown College, Parks & TTC.

Neighbourhood:

Located in the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, Post House is right beside Toronto’s first post office, now turned Postal Museum, built in 1833. Some of the most interesting architecture in the city can be found here, which makes it perfect for strolling. Enjoy art and design with a myriad of theatres, design studios, and production companies and when you’re hungry head over to the Esplanade lined with restaurants, cafés and hotels. There’s no shortage of green space with St. James’s Park, Berczy Dog Park and David Crombie Park, all walking distance. Looking to explore the rest of Toronto? King East, the Distillery District, and the Eaton Centre are very close by.

Features:

  • 9ft smooth ceilings
  • Blomberg kitchen appliances
  • 1 parking spot
  • Spacious 100 sq ft balcony
  • Laminate flooring throughout
  • Designer bathroom
  • Soaker tub
  • Stacked washer/dryer

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Property Details

Number of Bedrooms

1

Square Footage

481 Sqft

Number of Bathrooms

1

Type of Property

Condo

Transit Score

100

Neighbourhood

St Lawrence Market

Walk Score

97

Taxes Per Year

2092.96 | 2020

Parking

1

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