Powell House at 212 St George St, Toronto 0
Powell House at 212 St George St, Toronto 1

Powell House

212 St George St, Toronto

For Sale
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Average Psf
Size Range
297-1,080 sqft
Age Of Building
41 years

Located two blocks north of Bloor Street, 212 St. George was originally known as Powell House, an Edwardian-styled home built in 1907 and converted into a prestigious condo residence in the 1980s.
Maintaining much of the original design, including a hand-carved oak front door, the property now offers 41 Annex condos for sale and for rent, ranging in size and layout from one to two-bedrooms. The suites are tucked away from the street with a picturesque tree-filled garden surrounding the walls, while inside the units have been fully renovated with modern upgraded kitchens, pre-engineered hardwood flooring, bright living areas with private balconies and terraces, and many charming period-style finishes. The building also boasts an array of modern amenities that will have homeowners believing they live at a resort.
Just two blocks away, residents of 212 St. George will discover the Annex neighbourhood, a charming community stretching from Queen’s Park to Christie Street along Bloor. The street is lined with boutique shops, quaint cafes, cozy restaurants, and trendy bars and venues, not to mention home to University of Toronto’s St. George campus, the Royal Ontario Museum, and Bloor Hot Docs Cinema.

Most Notable Features
Heritage style and charm: Originally constructed in 1907, 212 St. George was a sprawling mansion to one of Toronto’s wealthiest citizens. Toronto Architect Charles J. Gibson designed the mansion with Edwardian styles and the city of Toronto has deemed it a heritage site. So if you like the idea of living within a piece of history, you may want to keep your eye on 212 St. George.
Well-established value: Converted into downtown Toronto condos in the 1980s, 212 St. George has since then proven it’s quality and value within the ever-changing Toronto condo market. Homeowners can rest easy knowing their property has passed the test of time and is surely here to stay.
Resort style amenities: Pretty cool for a turn-of-the-century conversion building, 212 St. George offers residents an array of resort-style amenities including a new fitness centre, his and her saunas, private gardens, and a sprawling rooftop lounge. How’s that for at-home comforts?

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Avg. Price per Sqft : $0/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 212 St George St, Toronto

Area Comparison : -100.0%

Less expensive than Annex - U of T condos for sale

Avg. days on Market : 20 days

At the Powell House

Sales Volume : #2

Condos sold at Powell House within the past twelve months

About 212 St George St, Toronto

With an historic home at 212 St. George Street, residents will be part of a classic neighbourhood known as the Annex. It’s a lively and youthful urban centre that combines cultural attractions like the ROM, The Royal Conservatory of Music, Hot Docs Cinema, and Lee’s Palace with the campus vibe of University of Toronto, plus a quaint residential feel and an endless array of quaint cafes, cozy restaurants, and fun bars. With TTC routes along Bloor Street and Spadina Avenue, you are easily connected to the rest of the city, whether for Yorkville’s boutique shopping, Bay Street’s Financial District, or King Street’s Fashion and Entertainment Districts. Some local gems to explore include Fieramosca Trattoria on Prince Arthur Avenue for an intimate Southern Italian dining experience, Paupers Pub on Bloor Street, and By The Way Mediterranean Restaurant for dinner on a quaint corner patio.
Your neighbourhood grocery stores include Metro at Bloor and Robert Street, Whole Foods Market on Avenue Road, and Bulk Barn at Bloor and Borden. There are also a lot of smaller fruit and vegetable markets dotted throughout the area.
If you would like to enjoy an evening's stroll, head south south to the landscaped grounds of University of Toronto’s St. George campus, as well as Queen's Park to the east and Christie Pitts Park to the west.

The Annex neighbourhood has a 100 Walk Score, with convenient bicycle-lanes on Wellesley Street and College Street. If you want to travel fast, there are three main subway stations along Bloor Street for smooth sailing east and west, plus connection to the Yonge line at St. George Station. For car-owners, the area is navigable along Bloor Street and Spadina Avenue giving you access to the Gardiner Expressway to the south, Highway 401 to the north, and the Don Valley Parkway to the east.
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