178 Jarvis Street is a beautifully renovated, state of the art, wheelchair-accessible building, situated alongside the Millennium Trail, across from Couchiching Park with a wonderful waterfront view.
A full block long, with access from Jarvis Street and frontage on Borland Street, the property provides a peaceful, serene space that is truly unique in Orillia. The property could accommodate a variety of uses, from a beautiful garden to increased storage to outdoor recreational/therapeutic activities. The property boasts numerous parking spaces and is across the street from free, municipal parking.
Entering the building from the side, you notice the fully wheelchair accessible, automatic, doors. The double-door entrance protects the main space and reception area from the elements, and ensures heating and cooling are not unnecessarily lost. This space also provides convenient control of the lighting for the exterior of the building as well as the entrance and stairwell leading to the 2nd floor.
The spacious foyer, initially used as a reception area is wired for security cameras (interior and exterior), as well as Internet, Ethernet, phone, and an elevated cable receptacle for a television. It is a welcoming area that separates the studio from the back room.
The back inventory storage room features fire separation doors and stylish, easy to maintain polished concrete w/In-floor heating. There are lots of LED potlights as well as 4 LED track lights for accent lighting. The almost 700 sq.ft. space enjoys double French doors leading to a landscaped patio. An awning could be easily added to accommodate a little relaxation area.
The Studio features heated, eco-friendly Cork floors providing a quiet even heat with no fluctuations or loud interruptions which contributes to the intimacy of the space. The Studio was designed with well thought out windows to maximize light and still provide intimacy and functional use of the wall space on the trail side of the building, an abundance of electrical outlets, lots of LED pot lights with built in dimmers to allow for varying light levels, and additional wiring in place for more lights to be added in the future. The built-in sound system with 6 speakers in the ceiling provide great acoustics, and it is also wired to accommodate a ceiling mounted projection system. Convenient Storage under the staircase w/built-in rolling trolley for easy access. If plumbing is required in the studio area, it could be easily accessed through the Washroom adjacent to the space. The location is quiet due to its location beside the walking trail, however extra insulation was installed in the walls to help ensure that the space is extremely quiet. The emergency exit leading from the studio space to the exterior of the building could be adapted to have easy access to the trail.
The main floor also features a Change room that could be used for storage. The 2 main floor washrooms are nicely equipped with low-flush, commercial grade toilets. The wheelchair accessible washroom has a panic alarm as well as assistive railings and an accessible sink. The Ventilation system in all 3 washrooms and upstairs kitchen allow for quiet air exchange.
The Mechanical room is an efficient design and use of space that provides easy access to all the mechanical aspects of the building. The state of the art, computerized boiler system from Brennan’s is used to heat the floors, the hot water tank and the Forced Air furnace. The building is serviced by an air exchanger, Central Air, and new electrical with a sub-panel running to the upstairs. The Security wiring, alarm, computer cabling, and Rogers cable also come into this room. There are two different wired alarm systems; one serving the upstairs and one for the main level. The heating and cooling systems were designed to be efficient and quiet.
The 2nd floor features an Owner's suite. The space provides complete fire separation with fire door and fire code rated drywall. At the top of the stairs there is a great space that could be used for shoes, coats, etc. or it could even be set up as a little home office space or as an extension of work space.
The upper level back room is currently used as an amazing office space, but it is also designed to be a large bedroom with a long, narrow closet for storage. The room has two doors – one over the side entrance as well as a sliding door onto what could be an amazing deck. The space was designed to be weight bearing and features a Duradek membrane. It is approx. 17 feet by 30 feet, with a slight grade to allow water drainage to the trail side of the building. With a railing and set of stairs to the back yard it would provide an outdoor living space with a “tree fort” feel.
The Mechanical room on the 2nd floor is roughed in for an apartment-size stackable washer and dryer and has a laundry sink. There is a Sub-panel to separate control of upstairs electrical from the main floor.
The Upper level Bathroom features a custom designed shower stall with a very attractive glass wall which gives the room a spacious feel. The custom installed subway tile and adjustable, large shower head with lots of water pressure, commercial grade low flush toilet, and space for a linen/towel cabinet beside the vanity complete this space.
The main front room of the 2nd level is affectionately referred to as the “Parkview Room” because of the amazing view of Couchiching Park and the lake through three large windows that take up most of the front wall. It’s a large, wide open space that can accommodate a lot of people and is great for entertaining! The space currently has a funky, almost industrial-like look with the repurposed tin along the counter and bar face, lots of restaurant-grade, repurposed countertops and shelving as well as a commercial-grade double sink, and vinyl flooring. There are an abundance of counter-height GFI electrical outlets to accommodate numerous kitchen appliances, a rough in a dishwasher as well as a range light. The space also features 16 dimmable LED potlights that give incredible, functional light and really add to the industrial, but cozy feel.
This building is truly one of a kind, on an irreplaceable lot directly across from Couchiching Park and Lake Couchiching. It has been lovingly restored and renovated, with attention to detail focusing on efficiency, accessibility, state of the art mechanics, and environmentally conscious materials.
One of a kind, alongside Millenium Trail, across from Couchiching Park. 9 parking spots. Lovingly restored & reno'd w/attention to detail focusing on efficiency, Wheelchair access, & environmentally conscious materials. Access from Jarvis & fronts on Borland. 3100+sq.ft. incl. storage area w/French door w/o to patio, Yoga Studio w/heated cork floors, sound sys. & strategically placed windows to maximize light & privacy, 2 washrms(1 Wheelchair acc.w/alarm), change rm & reception. 2nd Flr. 1 Bdrm. Owner's unit w/Great rm. w/wall of windows overlooking Lake. Kitchen w/industrial look, 3pc. Bath, Laundry rm. Bdrm w/door to 17 x 33 space w/Duradek membrane(future rooftop patio w/tree fort feel.) In flr radiant heat,fire doors & fire rated drywall,state of the art heating & cooling sys., LED pot lights,Central Air, extra insul.,upgraded windows, new plumbing & wiring w/sep.panels & security sys. each flr. Wired for internet, ethernet, phone. Tons of Upgrades & extras. (id:9346)
Tipo de propriedade
Tipo de Obra
117.83' x 63.03' x 31.79' x 288.99'|under 1/2 acre Fachada - 264 Profundidade - 5712
Estacionamento total Spaces
Recreation Public Transit
Air exchanger Central air conditioning
Tipo de Aquecimento
Combustível Para Aquecimento
A cidade de Orillia está localizada a apenas 90 minutos da área da Grande Toronto. Conhecida por seu charme de cidade pequena, esta cidade em crescimento aguarda o futuro celebrando e honrando o passado. Orillia é cercada por dois belos lagos - Lake Simcoe e Lake Couchiching - onde os moradores podem desfrutar de todas as atividades ao ar livre em todas as estações. Orillia é uma pitoresca cidade natal com acesso ao novo centro complexo de recreação de última geração, o Hospital Memorial de Soldado de Orillia, nova biblioteca pública e lar da Universidade de Lakehead.
Orillia é uma cidade maravilhosa, convidativa para todos, onde novas empresas estão crescendo, evoluindo e um lugar ideal para viver perto da natureza sem estar muito longe de Barrie e Toronto.
Orillia é conhecida como a "Cidade do Sol" recebendo o nome do famoso artista local Stephen Leacock, que apelidou a cidade depois de uma de suas peças que, podem ser encontradas no Museu Stephen Leacock, um tesouro nacional. O Stephen Leacock Museum também possui uma das obras de arte e esculturas do pintor do Grupo dos Sete Franklin Carmichael, de Elizabeth Wyn Wood. Muitas pessoas viajam para vislumbrar esses tesouros nacionais icônicos. Cultura, Arte e História estão profundamente enraizadas em Orillia, capturando a paixão artística no Canadá, mantendo uma comunidade próxima. Orillia também é o berço do lendário cantor folk Gordon Lightfoot, que atualmente mora em Windsor, mas visita a Orillia Opera House de tempos em tempos.
Há muitas oportunidades para atividades ao ar livre em todas as estações, como visitar um dos Grandes Lagos do Lago Ontário Simcoe. Visite o Casino Rama local e desfrute de apresentações incríveis de artistas visitantes, ou faça um tour pela sede da polícia provincial de Ontário. Os centros comunitários locais têm inúmeras opções de atividades divertidas para toda a família ou para aqueles que querem experimentar algo novo, há algo para todos. Todos os anos há festivais para os residentes desfrutarem de música grátis, experimentar vendedores locais e boa comida. Leve sua família ou cônjuge e visite o Orillia Opera House construído em 1895. O teatro é um marco do centro de Orillia que hospeda muitos artistas, incluindo Ted Talks, comediantes, artistas locais e artistas em turnê, há algo para todos os gostos.
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