Main - 34 St Paul St
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Main - 34 St Paul St

2 Bed | 2 Bath | 1 Parking
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65 - 102 sqm

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$3 - $5

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About Main - 34 St Paul St

34 St Paul St is in the city of Toronto. This property is conveniently located near the intersection of Queen St E and Sackville St. Nearby areas include Corktown, Regent Park, Distillery District, and Moss Park, and the city of Rural is also close by.

There are quite a few restaurants to choose from around 34 St Paul St, Toronto. Some good places to grab a bite are Gusto 501 and Flame Shack. Venture a little further for a meal at River Towne Deli, Souk Tabule or Madrina Bar y Tapas. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Sumach Espresso located at 118 Sumach Street. Groceries can be found at FreshCo which is only a 6 minute walk and you'll find St. Lawrence Pharmacy only a 9 minute walk as well. Parliament Interpretive Centre, Nightwood Theatre and Toronto's First Post Office & Museum are all within walking distance from 34 St Paul St, Toronto and could be a great way to spend some down time. 34 St Paul St, Toronto is not far from great parks like Orphan's Greenspace - Dog Park, Underpass Park and Little Trinity Church Lands. There is a zoo,Riverdale Farm, that is only a 12 minute walk and is a great for a family outing.

For those residents of 34 St Paul St, Toronto without a car, you can get around rather easily. The closest transit stop is a Light RailStop (QUEEN ST EAST AT SACKVILLE ST) and is only steps away, but there is also a Subway stop, QUEEN STATION - SOUTHBOUND PLATFORM, a 15-minute walk connecting you to the TTC. It also has (Light Rail) route 301 Queen, and (Light Rail) route 501 Queen nearby. For drivers, the closest highway is Don Valley Parkway and is only a 2-minute drive from 34 St Paul St, making it easier to get into and out of the city getting on and off at Queen St E.