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Legal 4-plex conversion of 110-year-old Harbord Village house

It’s just an 18×79 lot.

Here is a conversion of a former 5-bedroom house in Harbord Village, to FOUR 1-bedroom units.

58 Ulster Street has just now come to market, with four new, never-lived-in suites.  It’s actually the end of a three-house row.

It’s listed at $2,199,000.

Before the conversion and upgrades, it sold for $1,480,000 in May of 2023, and at that time it was stated in the listing notes that it was the first time on the market in 60 years.

City Fire map records indicate it was built between 1903 and 1913.

The new listing states, in part:

The property has been fully rewired, removing all knob and tube wiring, and the electrical service has been upgraded to 200 amps. It features new flooring, new plumbing throughout and brand-new heat pump and AC systems. The eat-in kitchens are designed with new stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, and more. The basement unit boasts its own entry and exit at the rear of the property. During the renovation, the floors were leveled.


Basement apartment
Top floor deck
Main entry
Sales history

Now, not only is this entire property up for sale, but each apartment has been listed for rent, too:

MAIN – $3,200/mo.

UPPER #1 (2nd floor) – $3,200/mo.

UPPER #2 – (3rd floor, listed as under 700 square feet) – $2,500/mo.

BASEMENT (listed as under 700 sq. ft.) – $2,500/mo.

That’s a total of $11,400 per month asking rent.