About 56 Lippincott St — Lippincott Living
Buildings don’t get much more exclusive than this — with only 8 Toronto townhouses in total, Lippincott Living affords its residents a private enclave in the Kensington Market neighbourhood. These townhomes are luxurious, bright, and spacious — perfect for mature professionals and small families who would feel cramped in most Toronto condos for sale.
If you’re interested in a building with a long list of amenities, then you’ll want to look elsewhere — 56 Lippincott St has more in common with a house than it does a condo, and aside from a parking garage, there are no additional amenities.
But you don’t choose a complex like Lippincott Living for an extensive list of extras, you choose it for the suites.
All units at 56 Lippincott are 3-storey, 3 bedroom townhomes — if you’re intrigued by that, just wait until you hear about what’s inside; 10 foot ceilings, glass window walls in the front, prefinished engineered hardwood floors, massive master bedrooms which encompass the entire third floor, large master ensuite-bathrooms, third floor balconies, Corian countertops in the kitchen, and European-styled stainless steel appliances.
These townhomes have ground level patios for outdoor living space, and basements with garage entry, a mudroom, and laundry room.
Kensington Market is a very central location, enabling quick access to boutique shopping, cafes, and nightlife — plus, it’s only a short ride on the subway or streetcar for Toronto’s biggest and best attractions.
Shopping enthusiasts will enjoy searching for vintage finds on Augusta and Kensington Avenue; there are clothing stores like Space Vintage, Cinderella Vintage, Exile, and Vintage Depot. Boutique shops for accessories such as Butterfly, and a also a range of shops for everything from Skateboards to unique cheeses. If you’re looking for a more modern shopping experience, the Eaton Centre is just a short bus ride to the east — there you’ll find over 200 stores for the latest in fashion and technology.
From your front door at 56 Lippincott Street, you are minutes from College Street where you’ll find cozy cafes for an espresso and a pastry; there’s Voodoo Child Espresso & Cocktail Bar, Manic Coffee, Free Times Café and Aroma Espresso Bar. Augusta Avenue is also home to many trendy cafes like Livelihood Café, Cafe Pamenar, Film Café Restaurant by Eative, and King's Café.
For dining and nightlife — you have a diverse blend of international cuisines and craft beer available to you; there’s El Rancho for Latin American, New Ho King for Chinese food, Via Mercanti for pizza and pasta, Seven Lives for tacos, and Ozzy's Burgers for a classic slider.
After you eat you’ll want to get out and enjoy the neighbourhood, and you’ll have some great places to choose from; Coalition: T.O. on College for bar games and live music, Trinity Common for a vast selection of craft beers, Ein-Stein Bierhalle for open mic and microbrews, or for something artistic there’s Poetry Jazz Café on Augusta. Sports fans will have an easy time getting to the Rogers Centre and Scotiabank Arena; Bathurst St at College St stop is less then a 5 minute walk from Lippincott Living, giving quick access to streetcars and buses.
When it comes time for a grocery run, you won’t have to go far — there’s Sams Food Store, Independent City Market, and Friendly Magnolia Fine Foods on College, and Perola's Supermarket on Augusta. If you need some nature in your life, there’s Alexandra park and Bellevue Square Park to the south, Grange Park to the south-east, and the expansive fields and walking paths of Queen’s Park are only a 20 minute walk to the north-east.
Kensington Market is one of the most pedestrian-friendly neighbourhoods in the city. With so many shops nearby, residents will likely be able to run errands without relying on public transit or a vehicle.
Those who rely on public transit can walk to the Bathurst and College St stop, to connect to streetcars, buses, and subway lines throughout the city.
Drivers can reach the nearest highways by taking University avenue to Adelaide St E for the Don Valley Parkway, and for the Gardiner Expressway — head south on Spadina.
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