115 Maitland Street – 1 Bed + 1 Bath – Furnished – For Lease

 

Photo of 115 Maitland Street interior and living room.

Clean lines, contemporary furniture & hardwood floors—115 Maitland Street is luxurious yet comfortable.

Address: 115 Maitland Street – Unit B, Toronto ON, M4Y1E5

Neighbourhood: Church and Wellesley (The Village)

Size: 685 sq. ft.

Style: semi-detached

# of Levels: 2

Rooms: 1 Bedroom + 1 Washroom

Parking: available for $150/month

Price: $3,600 per month

Agent: Wins Lai, Living Realty Inc., Brokerage

115 Maitland Street – Building Details

Front entrance of 115 Maitland Street and we see so much of it is white. Also there are hints of brown and other colours.

The front entrance’s sleek, frosted glass blends perfectly into its surroundings.

115 Maitland Street lies at the corner of Church and Wellesley in The Village.

The house’s exterior is a classic red-brick with large windows overlooking a tree-lined street.

Residents of 115 Maitland have two floors of living space, including a main and lower level.

Outside shot of 115 Maitland and its glass door. It almost looks see-through.

The private entrance is accessible via a gorgeous glass gate with advanced security locks.

115 Maitland Street – The Space

Inside you’ll find a chic, modern layout full of warm colours and sophisticated accents.

An open-concept design creates seamless flow from one room to another, while huge 10-foot ceilings inflate your sense of space.

So here we see the living room and it's very bright because of the windows and pot-lights.

The main level is brightly illuminated by several large windows and pot-lights.

Best of all, the apartment comes fully furnished!

For example, a massive 65-inch TV with 4K resolution provides a theatre-like experience.

A picture of the TV and art and also the furniture.

And because it’s a smart TV, residents can browse the web, watch Netflix, or connect their devices.

There’s also a stylish assortment of furniture, including a dusky coffee table, an abstract area rug, a dark blue sofa, and two yellow chairs with a curvy dining table.

Another look at the lovely furniture from an opposite angle.

Every item is picked with the care and craft of an interior decorator.

Throw in some beautiful artwork, and 115 Maitland becomes the epitome of elegance.

115 Maitland Street – Kitchen and Dining Room

The kitchen and dinette combine with the living room, a setup that’s attractive yet efficient.

Here we see the kitchen from rather far away.

Since there’s no walls or barriers to disrupt conversation, this layout is ideal for entertaining guests.

The kitchen is also very modern and uses only high-quality materials.

For example, you’ll find stainless-steel appliances, contemporary gray cabinets, high-quality Caesarstone countertops, and gleaming pot-lights.

A closer look at the kitchen; so many cabinets and a rather lovely gray colour scheme.

Because the appliances are built directly into the walls, it frees up even more space.

115 Maitland comes with the following appliances:

  • A stainless-steel fridge, stove, dishwasher and microwave
  • An in-home laundry room with washer and dryer

115 Maitland Street – Bed, Bath & Beyond

One of the unique advantages of living in a 2-storey home is the separation of spaces.

While upstairs is for eating, socializing and fun, downstairs is for sleeping, relaxing or working.

A rather striking view of the glass staircase.

This gorgeous glass-paneled staircase divides the upper and lower levels.

The lower level consists of a spacious bedroom, small office, a laundry room, and bathroom.

Our first look at the lower level and its huge ceilings and so many pot-lights.

A huge ceiling and tons of transparent glass make it seem even more roomy.

Although the lower level is more of a private space, there’s no shortage of luxury.

This is evident in the stunning marble tiles, wool area rug, full-length mirror, and lavish queen-sized bed.

A photo of the bedroom and closets and lights.

The bed features an expensive Tempur-Pedic mattress, padded headboard and dual closets.

The entire floor is also brilliantly lit from above by numerous pot-lights and on the left through the patio doors.

Another angle of staircase and we also see the office desk and chair.

There’s even a small office with a chair and table.

Just to the right of the bed is the bathroom—and it’s nothing short of opulent.

The washroom boasts His and Her sinks, quartz countertops, multiple cabinets, wall-to-wall mirror, and standing shower with imported Spanish tiles.

Photo of bathroom and it looks so beautiful with gray colours and simple layout.

The rectangular rain shower adds a subtle and classy touch.

From the soothing earth-tones to the upscale materials and layout, everything about this bathroom is flawless.

Finally, 115 Maitland Street also features a sunken patio.

115 Maitland Street patio and brick wall.

The high-fence lets residents enjoy coffee and conversation in total privacy.

It’s surrounded on all sides by wood, brick and scenic stone, but still manages to catch plenty of sunlight.

115 Maitland Street patio and staircase

The patio is just below the front entrance.

115 Maitland Street – Perks & Extras

  • Free internet and cable
  • Free home cleaning once a month
  • Lease price includes water, heat and hydro

115 Maitland Street – Floor Plans

Floor plans for 115 Maitland Street

Floor plans for 115 Maitland Street

115 Maitland Street – Measurements

Measurements for 115 Maitland Street and its room sizes

Measurements for 115 Maitland Street

About Church & Wellesley

Church and Wellesley sign

The neighbourhood of Church and Wellesley will forever be associated with Pride (dbking, Wikimedia)

Church and Wellesley is famously known as Toronto’s Gay Village.

It contains the largest LGBTQ community in Canada and is also home to a thriving restaurant, retail and entertainment scene.

Outside picture of Church Street and Wellesley in Toronto.

Intersection of Church Street and Wellesley (Skeezix1000, Wikimedia)

According to The Globe and Mail:

Church Street, one of the most vital gay villages in the world, is being transformed – by gentrification, by technology, by social progress.

The Village has gone from being a remote cultural enclave of Toronto to an upscale, progressive and prosperous neighborhood.

Tourism Toronto describes it as “packed with cafés, restaurants, gay-oriented shops and a vast array of hot bars and nightspots.”

Rather colourful shops on Church Street

Shops along Church Street (Joseph Morris, Flickr)

Church and Wellesley is also the epicenter of Toronto’s annual Pride Week.

With countless colourful floats and over a million visitors, it’s the biggest pride parade in all of Canada.

Photo of Pride Parade in Toronto's The Village.

Pride celebrations on Church and Wellesley (Kitty Rainbow, Flickr)

 Other location highlights:

  • Exciting annual events like Toronto’s biggest Halloween block party
  • Amazing arts and culture, including art galleries, music, theatre and dancing
  • Fantastic multicultural food, from Thai and Japanese to Mexican and European
  • Within walking distance of several cafes, LCBO, Loblaws, bars and banks
  • 99% Transit and Bike Score + minutes from Wellesley subway station

The WOW Factor

Another picture of the bedroom and the patio.

Residents can look forward to modern, comfortable and spacious living.

115 Maitland Street offers 2 floors of fully-furnished living space in one of Toronto’s hottest neighborhoods.

Every comfort you could want is inside, while every convenience you crave is just outside.

Food, drinks, entertainment, shopping, arts and culture—Church and Wellesley has these in abundance.

Want to learn more about 115 Maitland Street? Contact me below for more details.

 

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