High Rise Condominium For Sale
Luxury Investment Yonge And Bloor Neighbourhood
35 Hayden Street , Toronto, ON, M4Y 2B6
Bloor Street Neighbourhood is a high rise condominium located in the hottest Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood close to all amenities like luxury shopping, Ryerson University, Library, restaurants, bloor subway station, banking district, Yonge Street shopping, bars, night life and more.
The unit is a one bedroom plus den condo approximately 622 square feet featuring a great layout, 9 feet ceiling, engineering hardwood floors, granite counter top, stainless steel appliances, large master bedroom, large balcony.
The building amenities include:
* Fitness Facility
* Club Room
* Lounge and Dining with Kitchen
* 24 hours security
* 2 Guest Suites
* Indoor Pool
This unit is a must see to fully appreciate. The unit is rented.
For more information please call 416-710-7303.
Built-in dishwasher, Dryer, Fridge, Microwave, Stainless steel appliances, Stove, Washer
Carpet, Ceramic, Hardwood
Bath and shower, Bath Tub
Close to All Services, Near Park, Near Schools, Public Transportation, Bloor Neighbourhood, Yorkville, Yonge St, Shops, Restaurants and More.
$1,741 / year
||High Rise Condominium|
||622 sq. ft|
|Ceiling Height: ||9 ft.|
|Year of Construction: ||2010|
Property Tax Calculation
"The Land Transfer Tax in Toronto, Ontario based on the selling price of $399,000.00 is $8,175.00 and the annual property tax based on Assessment value of $399,000.00 is $3,164.00."
* 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 $399,000.00
Total Tax is: $3,164.00*
$922.00 goes to Education
$2,242.00 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%.