415 Jarvis St, Toronto
About this condo
If towering high-rises in the heart of downtown Toronto have feeling burned you out, then maybe a spacious townhouse in the charming Cabbagetown neighbourhood will put you at ease. Located at 415 Jarvis Street, The Central is a complex of townhomes offering a more private experience than found in larger high-rise developments.
Situated in on the outskirts of the downtown core — Cabbagetown is a desirable neighbourhood for residential living, with rows of Victorian houses, large parks, trendy cafes, and quaint restaurants; this area has a lot of appeal for those who desire a slower pace but want to remain close to the action.
There are 108 in this development, and its private community feel gives an enhanced sense of privacy — this property is surprisingly tucked away despite its proximity to Yonge Street. The Central is not for everyone, and if you’re looking for an extensive list of amenities then you wont find them here: shared rooftop deck, security guard, and parking garage.
The Central is a great choice for first-time home-buyers, students, small families, and empty nesters. Cabbagetown is a trendy residential neighbourhood, not far removed from busy attractions like the Eaton-Centre, Yonge-Dundas square, and Queen’s Park. With a home at 415 Jarvis, you have a private community, near to Toronto’s best attractions.
Suites at The Central follow a variety of floor plans for studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom stacked townhomes; these units range in size from 379 square feet to 868. All units are follow open-concept layouts, and some townhomes feature multi-storey floor plans, with rooftop patios.
This complex was completed in 2003 and as such, many suites have seen their share of personalization over the years, so finishes may vary; prospective buyers can expect hardwood floors, updated kitchens with modern appliances, and some units have backyards or balconies.
There are certainly some conversions and developments in the area which offer more flash, but Toronto townhouses for sale in this complex are very affordable — so this is an excellent opportunity for investors. These suites are pet friendly, and there’s a dog park to the south at Allan Gardens.
Shopping enthusiasts take note — From 415 Jarvis, it’s only a 15 minute walk to the Eaton Centre; so, you can grab a coffee at Tim Hortons on Carlton and stroll to Yonge for over 200 stores, offering the latest in fashion and technology. Or if shopping isn’t your thing, there’s Yonge-Dundas Square, where you’ll find events in the square, and a Cineplex for Hollywood blockbusters or independent films.
Concert goers have Massey Hall and the Phoenix Concert Theatre nearby, and for larger acts, there’s convenient TTC service for trips to the Scotiabank Arena. If art and culture are more your speed, there are art galleries in the area — Gallery Arcturus, John B. Aird Gallery and Roberts Gallery — plus several theatres for performing arts like Betty Oliphant Theatre, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, and Mixed Company Theatre.
If you’re in the mood to dine-out you’ll have plenty to choose from nearby — there’s Golden Diner or Cora on Carlton for breakfast, for lunch you have plethora of options like Pita Pit, Daily Sushi Japanese Restaurant, Salus Fresh Foods Inc. For dinner you might be in the mood for a steak or burger at The Blake House, or a drink and a meal in a cozy pub like Hair Of The Dog Neighbourhood Pub & Restaurant.
Nature lovers will likely find this neighbourhood appealing, there are nearby green spaces at Barbara Hall Park and Wellesley-Magill Park. And if you’re really in the mood for some cardio; the Rosedale Ravine Lands are to your east, where you’ll find kilometres of tree-shrouded trails connecting to several parks in the area.
415 Jarvis Street has a Walk Score of 96 — ideal for residents who desire to accomplish their errands on foot; for grocery runs there’s a Loblaws on Carlton, and a Rabba Fine Foods on Jarvis. Those who rely on public transit have buses and streetcars on Carlton, Jarvis and Church, plus Wellesley Station is less than a 10 minute walk for the Yonge-University subway line.
Drivers can reach the nearest highways by heading south on Jarvis for the Gardiner Expressway, and for the Don Valley parkway — travel north on Jarvis to Bloor Street, and then east for the Danforth on-ramp.
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