Welcome to 6 Kensington Place
A rare opportunity to live in Kensington Market. This home is nestled in a quiet part of the Market just behind the prime Kensington Avenue. This loft alternative is a fully renovated, move in ready, 2-storey, 3 bedroom home. This charming house boasts an open concept main floor living and dining area with hardwood flooring. The fully appointed kitchen backs onto a small garden and deck. This house is conveniently located, within walking distance of U of T, the business/entertainment district, AGO, trendy restaurants and shopping and the Bellevue & Alexandra parks.
ROOM descriptions |
MAIN Floor |
Living Room | Hardwood flooring, front window, open concept to dining room.
Dining Room | Hardwood flooring, open concept to living room.
Kitchen | Walk-out to deck/garden, linoleum flooring, stainless steel appliances.
SECOND Floor |
Master Bedroom | Hardwood flooring, built-in closet and drawers, front window.
Second Bedroom | Hardwood flooring, window.
Third Bedroom | Hardwood flooring, window.
Bathroom | 4 piece bathroom.
Recreational Room | Laundry room, storage, high ceilings.
Backyard | Includes back deck and garden.
ADDITIONAL information |
Possession | 60 Days / TBA
Property Taxes | $3,190.24 / 2018
Lot Size | 12.42 x 66 Feet
Parking | No parking
Mechanics | Forced Air Gas Furnace, Air Conditioning
Inclusions | Stainless steel Wolf gas range, Miele dishwasher, LG fridge, washer and dryer, all electrical light fixtures, all existing window coverings, gas burner & equipment, air conditioning unit.
Exclusion | Wine fridge.
About the Neighbourhood | Kensington Market & Chinatown
Kensington Market and Chinatown hold a distinct culture and diversity like no other in the city. The ‘Market’ community works hard to maintain its traditions and preserve its history. Kensington is made up of boutique stores selling vintage clothing, jewelry, tattoo parlour and is famous for its Pedestrian Sundays, a street festival where merchants, street vendors and pedestrians come together to enjoy a vehicle-free day. Baldwin Street and Augusta Ave make up most of the Market’s foot traffic, with fruit/vegetable stands, coffee houses and independent takeout joints popping out from every corner. Possibly some of the best food finds in the city are found hidden in the back of a store. Kensington neighbourhood is a noted tourist attraction. In November 2006, Kensington Market was proclaimed a National Historic Site of Canada.