Westside Story at 51 Halton St, Toronto 0
Westside Story at 51 Halton St, Toronto 1

Westside Story

51 Halton St & 55 Halton St, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$858(past 365 days)
Size Range
751-1,182 sqft
Age Of Building
15 years

Westside Story is a private community of Toronto townhomes just south of Ossington and Dundas in the trendy Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood.
While technically a townhome community, the units at Westside Story were designed to capture the style and vibe of Toronto lofts. With 54 Trinity Bellwoods condos for sale, the floor plans range from one to three-bedrooms with some units enjoying two-storeys. The suite layouts are bright and spacious, featuring enclave kitchens with stainless steel appliances, large bedrooms, ensuite laundry, and private sundecks. Amenities include BBQs, a party room, and a meeting/function room.
Westside Story is just off the Ossington strip which features a variety of vintage shops, galleries, trendy bars and restaurants, plus convenient TTC bus routes, making it an ideal home for the young and inspired.

Most Notable Features
Dundas and Ossington: Residents at Westside Story will live right around the corner from the intersection of Dundas and Ossington, one of Toronto’s leading areas for inspired restaurants and alternative bars. It’s a trendy and youthful centre, perfect for young professionals and new families.
Secluded community: One reason why Westside Story stands out among West End condos is the unique, secluded vibe of the townhome complex. With a central and communal courtyard space, many trees and front gardens, there is a lot of potential to meet your neighbours, make new friends, and enjoy a real feeling of community.
“Tofts”: Norstar Group hired Toronto architect Gabriel Bodor to create a living experience that combined the style and feel of modern lofts with the spaciousness of townhomes. The final product is something called “Tofts”, and Westside Story is the first and only example of this unique design style.

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Building Details

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Public Transit
Party Room
Visitor Parking
BBQ Permitted
Meeting Room
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Security System

Included in Maintenance Fees

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Building Insurance
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 68th

Highest price per sqft out of 110 condos in West End

condo Values : -2.4%

Year over year change in values at 51 Halton St, Toronto

Avg. Price per Sqft : $858/sqft

Based on 1 recent sales at 51 Halton St, Toronto

Area Comparison : -17.5%

Avg. days on Market : 8 days

At the Westside Story

Sales Volume : #1

Condos sold at Westside Story within the past twelve months

About 51 Halton 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 The Saint Tavern and The Lakeview, 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.
You can pick up groceries from 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.
For a breath of fresh air, pop on over to 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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