711 - 456 College St
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711 - 456 College St

1 Bed | 1 Bath | 1 Parking
Last Sold Price
$585,000
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Actual Size

54 sqm

Lot Size

sqft

Price /sqft

$854

Street Frontage

NA

Style

Apartment

Property Details

Heating Type:

Forced Air

Parking:

1

Parking Type:

Underground

Property Type:

Condo Apt

Lot Front:

NA

Lot Depth:

NA

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About 711 - 456 College St

You can find 456 College St in the area of West End. The nearest major intersection to this property is College St and Bathurst St, in the city of Toronto. Other sought-after neighbourhoods near this property are Kensington Market, Little Italy, Palmerston, and Alexandra Park, and the city of Rural is also close by.

There are quite a few restaurants to choose from around 456 College St, Toronto. Some good places to grab a bite are Il Covo and Tav's Gnocchi Pizza Bar. Venture a little further for a meal at Trattoria Taverniti, Salumi Bar or Bitondo's Pizzeria. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Manic Coffee located at 426 College St. Groceries can be found at Magnolia Fine Foods which is not far and you'll find Stephanian Pharmacy a short distance away as well. The Royal Cinema is only at a short distance from 456 College St, Toronto. For nearby green space, Bellevue Square Park, Alexandra Park and Harry Gairey Rink could be good to get out of your property and catch some fresh air or to take your dog for a walk. As for close-by schools, Westside Montessori School and Braemar International College are only a 3 minute walk from 456 College St, Toronto.

Living in this Little Italy property is made easier by access to the TTC. BATHURST STATION - WESTBOUND PLATFORM Subway stop is only a 10 minute walk. There is also BATHURST ST AT COLLEGE ST Light RailStop, only steps away, with (Bus) route 307 Bathurst Night Bus, and (Light Rail) route 511 Bathurst nearby. For drivers, the closest highway is Gardiner Expressway and is within a few minutes drive from 456 College St, making it easier to get into and out of the city using on and off ramps on Rees St.