3 Storey Home For Sale
170 Rankin Crescent , Toronto, ON, M6P 4H9
A semi-Detached, 3 storey, 3 bedroom new home with detached garage parking, a separate entry basement apartment (income opportunity). Well located in the sought after area near Bloor West Village, High Park and is minutes to subway, TTC, Go Station, schools, and Dufferin and Dupont malls.
-Huge family sized upgraded kitchen with loads of counter space and pantry
-Large breakfast area with walk-out to a private yard
-An open style living and dinning room combination
-Oak staircase open to lower level
-Beautiful gas fireplace
-2 Large bedrooms with broadloom and lots of closet space
-Main 4 piece bath with a separate shower stall
Large master bedroom with an exquisite 4 piece ensuite, a skylight, his and her mirrored double closets, broadloom flooring, and a walk-out to sundeck
Fully Finished Basement Apartment
Subsidize your mortgage with this 1 bedroom apartment complete with a kitchen, 4 piece bath and a separate entrance
Built-in dishwasher, Fridge, Microwave, Stove, Washer
Carpet, Ceramic, Hardwood
Apartment, Separate Entrance, Totally Finished
Bath and shower, Separate Shower
Close to All Services
$3,800 / year
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Property Tax Calculation
"The Land Transfer Tax in Toronto, Ontario based on the selling price of $440,000.00 is $9,800.00 and the annual property tax based on Assessment value of $440,000.00 is $3,489.00."
* The land transfer tax formula for Ontario
$0 to $55,000.00 - land transfer tax is 0.5% plus $55,000.00 to $250,000.00 - land transfer tax is 1.0% plus $250,000.00 to $400,000.00 - land transfer tax is 1.5% plus $400,000.00 and up - land transfer tax is 2.0%
* The land transfer tax formula for Toronto, ON
$0 to $55,000.00 - land transfer tax is 0.5% plus $55,000.01 to $400,000.00 - land transfer tax is 1.0% plus $400,000.00 and up - land transfer tax is 2.0%
The annual property tax for Toronto ON
Assessment Value of $440,000.00
Total Tax is: $3,489.00*
$1,016.00 goes to Education
$2,472.00 goes to the City
The total property tax is divided between city tax and education tax. A portion of this tax goes to fund the Province's Education system.
For 2011 the municipal tax rate is 0.5619218%.
For 2011 the education tax rate is 0.231000%.
The total tax rate for 2011 is 0.7929218%.