A Charming Studio Rental In Leslievilleoffered at $
If you’re looking for a neighbourhood that’s truly dynamite, then here’s an exceptional opportunity located in high demand Leslieville.
Revered as a beacon of the cutting edge, this central downtown east location is a destination of choice. Whether you’re a hard working college or university student or a well-established professional seeking an ideal urban pied å terre, this crisp fresh urbane studio suite is the perfect setting for embracing life in the city. For those seeking a calibre property at a fair price, this bijou offering will do more than draw you in – it will give you reason to stay, live, and work!
Welcome to 40 Natalie Place, Apartment A.
Located in the central east quadrant of the city centre between Logan and Carlaw Avenues just north of Queen Street East in the heart of Prime Leslieville, living on Natalie Place is a quick Queen streetcar ride to the financial core or the fab and funky purveyors of the Beach, a short stroll to all of the shops and conveniences of hip Queen East (our many favourites include Te Aro Coffee Roasters, Machine Age Modern, Delica Lunch, Bobette and Belle Bakery and Guff Furniture to name only a few) and for those who have to hit the road, moments to Lake Shore Boulevard, the Don Valley Parkway and the Gardiner Expressway providing speedy access to the airport or cottage country. This is the ideal location for nature, water and fitness lovers. It’s just a short stroll, bike, or blade away from the sanctuary of the Leslie Spit and the recreation of the Beach. Imagine, a location with accessible cardio cleansing, contemplation, and day dreaming just steps from your door! How amazing is that?
Developed in 2002 by Aragon Properties Ltd, the Townhomes of Queen’s Common are located on lands formerly occupied by the Colgate Palmolive factory buildings (the largest for the company in Canada at the time) which dated back to the early 1900s when the area surrounding Queen Street East and Carlaw Avenue was largely made up of workers’ cottages, smoke stacks and industrial buildings. Colgate Avenue, originally named Natalie Street, was named after the Colgate company which ceased operations at the location in 1991. In fact, this factory-friendly locale attracted a large working class immigrant labour force from Ireland, Scotland and England throughout the early part of the twentieth century. Natalie Place, a new street situated between Carlaw and Logan Avenues, was created as part of the Queen’s Common Townhome development.
40 Natalie Place Apartment A’s at-grade private entrance is accessed from the laneway, and opens to an entry hallway (with convenient cabinet for keys and gloves) which provides easy access to the suite itself. Opening to around 420 square feet of well-proportioned living space, the apartment features easy-to-maintain oak finish laminate flooring, a large east-facing operable picture window with custom california style blinds, and two generous closets for utility and clothes storage. And the tidy yet ample chef’s kitchen with moveable storage island, solid maple cabinetry and three appliances will make prepping for meals a breeze. The suite features a roomy full four piece bath with soaker tub, and a shared separate laundry room which is conveniently located just outside the suite’s entry door. If so desired, the suite is also available either fully or partially furnished, for an additional modest monthly fee to be negotiated with the landlord.
Offered for lease at $900 monthly including utilities and available for immediate occupancy, this is a stellar opportunity for one very fortunate tenant!
Want more info? Contact James@urbaneer.com!