1 - 257 Major St

1 - 257 Major St
1 - 257 Major St
1 - 257 Major St
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1 - 257 Major St

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About 1 - 257 Major St

257 Major St is in the city of Toronto. This property is conveniently located near the intersection of Bloor St W and Spadina Rd. Other sought-after neighbourhoods near this property are The Annex, Palmerston, Seaton Village, and Kensington Market, and the city of Rural is also a popular area in your vicinity.

Recommended nearby places to eat around 257 Major St, Toronto are One Love Vegetarian, Kimchi House and Her Chef. If you can't start your day without caffeine fear not, your nearby choices include The Second Cup. Groceries can be found at Metro which is a short distance away and you'll find Rexall a short distance away as well. For those days you just want to be indoors, look no further than The Bata Shoe Museum and Royal Ontario Museum to keep you occupied for hours. If you're in the mood for some entertainment, Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, Innis Town Hall and The ROM Theatre are some of your nearby choices around 257 Major St, Toronto. 257 Major St, Toronto is a 3-minute walk from great parks like Gwendolyn Macewen, Front Campus and Queen's Park. Schools are readily available as well with Royal St George's College and Westside Montessori School a 6-minute walk.

For those residents of 257 Major St, Toronto without a car, you can get around rather easily. The closest transit stop is a BusStop (BLOOR ST WEST AT BRUNSWICK AVE) and is nearby, but there is also a Subway stop, SPADINA STATION - WESTBOUND PLATFORM, nearby connecting you to the TTC. It also has (Bus) route 300 Bloor danforth Night Bus nearby. If you're driving from 257 Major St, you'll have decent access to the rest of the city by way of Gardiner Expressway as well, which is within a few minutes drive using on and off ramps on Rees St.