The Oxford on Markham at 75 Markham St, Toronto 0
The Oxford on Markham at 75 Markham St, Toronto 1

The Oxford on Markham

75 Markham St, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$1,031(past 365 days)
Size Range
999 sqft
Age Of Building
36 years

Originally housing the Oxford Picture Frame Factory, this boutique loft-conversion building is located on Markham Street south of Dundas Street in Toronto’s vibrant Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood.
With no two units being alike, these unique multi-level Toronto lofts retain many of the original timber and brick interior design styles. Suites can be expected to showcase high-ceilings, stained hardwood floors, and large windows with lots of natural lighting. It’s an authentic hard-loft living experience, complete with private outdoor space and underground parking. Close to the major intersection of Queen and Bathurst but with the privacy of a quiet residential street, Oxford Lofts are the perfect home for the inspired and eclectic.
Residents will enjoy an exciting array of vintage shops, galleries, trendy bars and restaurants, plus convenient TTC access along Queen Street and Trinity Bellwoods Park within walking distance.

Most Notable Features
Queen and Bathurst: Residents at Oxford Lofts will live within walking distance to the bustling intersection of Queen and Bathurst. You will find a wide range of cafes and restaurants, boutique shops, plus convenient access to TTC in every direction.
Balanced urban vibe: Though you can easily walk to Queen and Bathurst, the Oxford Lofts building enjoys the calm and quiet atmosphere of a tree-lined residential street. The overall vibe is a pleasantly balanced urban living experience.
Underground parking: Though you won’t have all the high-end amenities found in other West End condos, Oxford Lofts offers underground parking for car-owning residents, up to two spots per unit. There is also considerable storage space.

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Building Details

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BBQ Permitted
Parking Garage
Public Transit
Security System

Included in Maintenance Fees

Common Element
Building Insurance
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 34th

Highest price per sqft out of 113 condos in West End

Avg. Price per Sqft : $1031/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 75 Markham St, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.80/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 75 Markham St, Toronto

Area Comparison : +6.5%

Avg. days on Market : 6 days

At the The Oxford on Markham

Sales Volume : #2

Condos sold at The Oxford on Markham within the past twelve months

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About 75 Markham St, Toronto

Trinity Bellwoods is a unique inner-city neighbourhood found along Queen Street to the south and Dundas Street to the north between Dovercourt and Bathurst. It has become known in recent years for its trendy and youthful character, focused around the prominent Trinity Bellwoods Park, an indoor and outdoor community recreation space with everything from swimming pools to idyllic picnic spots.
The area has more than 160 restaurants to explore, such as L’Ouvrier on Dundas for inventive seasonal menus, and Rock Lobster on Queen Street, plus a wide range of cafes and bars. Residents can enjoy a day of boutique shopping along Queen Street West, or stop at a local bakery in Little Portugal. Queen West is home to the largest concentration of art galleries in Toronto, including Artscape Youngplace, a community cultural hub devoted to artistic inspiration. Residents are also very close to Kensington Market, Chinatown, and Toronto’s Entertainment District.
For local groceries you can stop by a variety of small markets along Dundas and Queen Street, plus there is a larger Metro on College Street and Loblaws at Queen and Portland.
And if you want to enjoy some nearby outdoor space, look no further than Trinity Bellwoods Park, where you can find enough space to enjoy baseball, tennis, dog-walking, and soaking up the sun.

You can get around on foot easily in this neighbourhood, with the Ossington Avenue bus routes and Dundas Street streetcar for longer downtown travel. There are convenient bicycle lanes on Adelaide and Richmond Streets, and car owners can zip onto the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Avenue onramp.
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