16 - 850 Richmond St W

16 - 850 Richmond St W
16 - 850 Richmond St W
16 - 850 Richmond St W
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16 - 850 Richmond St W

3 Bed | 4 Bath | 1 Parking
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$3 - $4

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Condo Townhouse

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About 16 - 850 Richmond St W

850 Richmond St W, Toronto resides in the neighbourhood of Queen West. Other sought-after neighbourhoods near this property are Trinity Bellwoods, Queen West, King West, and Beaconsfield Village, and the city of Rural is also a popular area in your vicinity.

Recommended nearby places to eat around 850 Richmond St W, Toronto are My Roti Place, King Rustic and Lipstick & Dynamite. If you can't start your day without caffeine fear not, your nearby choices include White Squirrel Coffee Shop. Groceries can be found at Sanko Trading which is not far and you'll find Rexall only a 8 minute walk as well. Theatre Gargantua and Fort York: Garrison Common are both in close proximity to 850 Richmond St W, Toronto and can be a great way to spend some down time. For nearby green space, Trinity Bellwoods Park, Stanley Park and Massey Harris Park 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, Niagara Public School and Pope Francis Catholic School are a 3-minute walk from 850 Richmond St W, Toronto.

For those residents of 850 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 STRACHAN AVE) and is nearby, but there is also a Subway stop, OSGOODE STATION - SOUTHBOUND PLATFORM, a 21-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 Gardiner Expressway and is within a few minutes drive from 850 Richmond St W, making it easier to get into and out of the city using Rees St ramps.