706 Richmond St W
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706 Richmond St W

3+1 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Parking
Last Sold Price
$1,440,000
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Size

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Lot Size

154.03 sqm

Price /sqft

NA

Street Frontage

N

Style

2-Storey

Property Details

Heating Type:

Forced Air

Parking:

2

Parking Type:

Detached Garage

Property Type:

Semi-Detached

Lot Front:

5.18 M

Lot Depth:

29.87 M

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About 706 Richmond St W

You can find 706 Richmond St W in the Low Density Residential area of Downtown. The nearest major intersection to this property is Queen St W and Euclid Ave, in the city of Toronto. Situated near your area are the neighbourhoods of Queen West, Trinity Bellwoods, King West, and Alexandra Park, and the city of Rural is also close by.

Want to dine out? There are plenty of good restaurant choices not too far from 706 Richmond St W, Toronto, like Tim Hortons, King Rustic and Sisters & Co, just to name a few. Grab your morning coffee at Jimmy's Coffee located at 735 Queen Street W. Groceries can be found at Wong's Fruit Market which is only steps away and you'll find The 6ix Medical Clinic a 8-minute walk as well. Victoria Memorial Square, Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival and Fort York: Garrison Common are all within walking distance from 706 Richmond St W, Toronto and could be a great way to spend some down time. Love being outside? Look no further than Stanley Park, Trinity Bellwoods Park or Alexandra Park, which are only steps away from 706 Richmond St W, Toronto.

For those residents of 706 Richmond St W, Toronto without a car, you can get around quite easily. The closest transit stop is a Light RailStop (QUEEN ST WEST AT TECUMSETH ST) and is nearby, but there is also a Subway stop, OSGOODE STATION - SOUTHBOUND PLATFORM, a 17-minute walk connecting you to the TTC. It also has (Light Rail) route 301 Queen, and (Light Rail) route 501 Queen nearby. Access to Gardiner Expressway from 706 Richmond St W is within a 4-minute drive, making it easy for those driving to get into and out of the city using on and off ramps on Rees St.