375 KING Street N Unit# 506, Waterloo, N2J4L6
375 KING Street, Waterloo, Ontario N2J4L6
#506 -375 KING ST, Waterloo, N2J4L6
375 King Street, Waterloo, Ontario N2J4L6
375 King St. N in Waterloo
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375 King St. North is a condo building located just outside of Waterloo’s university district.
From the upbeat tempo of living near two of Ontario’s best universities, to the convenience of being located down the street from Waterloo’s biggest shopping centre, there is a lot to love about 375 King St. North.
Property Style – Condo Apartment Building.
Bedrooms – varying from one to five, 375 King St. North is a perfect fit for bachelors, couples, and small families.
Bathrooms – varies from one to four (including half-bathrooms).
Square footage – varying from approximately 1000-1400 square feet.
Year Built – 1981
Neighbourhood – University Area
A great investment property for renting to students, 375 King St. North is located within walking distance of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Waterloo campus and the University of Waterloo.
Looking to live here? 375 King St. North is not only suitable for students. Check out the many amazing locations near this property below.
Only a five-minute drive from Waterloo’s bustling uptown district, home to a wide variety of clubs, pubs, and family-friendly restaurants. Whether you’re looking to meet new people or go out with your family and friends, this area has something for everyone.
The uptown district is also a great place to check out museums and art galleries, distilleries and more.
Just down the street from Conestoga mall, one of Waterloo’s biggest shopping centres.
Only a seven-minute drive from the historic St. Jacob’s Market – a great place to spend the day shopping for food, art, and more from local vendors.
This location is very accessible – close by is Highway 85, which connects to the 401, making travel to other major cities like Toronto a straightforward process.
King St. North is one of Waterloo’s most important roads, connecting to other major streets such as University Avenue and Weber. Anything you might need to access – grocery stores, clothing outlets (more on these below) – can be found on King St. or often one street over.
If you don’t have a car, no need to worry. There are several bus stops near 375 King St. North and dedicated bike lanes connecting to major streets.
Waterloo Park, the city’s most popular outdoor space, is less than a ten-minute drive from this location. Take a walk through a small zoo, play catch on a massive field, or have a picnic under the shade of tall trees. This park has it all!
Bechtel Park is another great outdoor location, especially if you prefer parks with less crowds. Here you can play tennis on a dedicated court, soccer on a full-sized field, or take a walk through the forest. Dogs are also welcome here, where they can run free in a massive enclosed dog park.
Outside of the city, you can visit parks like Snyder’s Flats: a massive conservation area with multiple ponds, an intricate trail system, and of course the famous Grand River.
Snyder’s Flats is just one of many beautiful conservation areas within short driving distance of 375 King St. North. Hikers, bikers, and picnic-takers will be pleased by the variety of green spaces close by.
St. Jacob’s Farmers Market
As mentioned above, King St. North is one of Waterloo’s most important roads. Groceries, clothing, and convenience stores are easily accessible from this location.
Waterloo is home to many elementary schools and high schools, and two of Ontario’s most prestigious post-secondary institutes. Below are exhaustive lists of schools in Waterloo; needless to say, there is a great variety to choose from.
Public Elementary Schools (all within Waterloo):
Abraham Erb Public School
Cedarbrae Public School
Centennial Public School
Edna Staebler Public School
Empire Public School
Keatsway Public School
Laurelwood Public School
Lester B Pearson Public School
Lincoln Heights Public School
MacGregor Senior Public School
Mary Johnston Public School
N.A. MacEachern Public School
Northlake Woods Public School
Vista Hills Public School
Westvale Public School
Winston Churchill Public School
Catholic Elementary Schools:
Our Lady of Lourdes
Sir Edgar Bauer
Public High Schools:
Bluevale Collegiate Institute
Sir John A Macdonald Secondary School
Waterloo Collegiate Institute
Catholic High Schools:
St. David Catholic Secondary
Post-Secondary Institutions (Universities and Colleges):
Wilfrid Laurier University
Historical / Cultural Landmarks
St. Jacob’s Village.
West Montrose Covered Bridge – the longest in Canada!
Brubacher House – a historic Mennonite farmhouse, built more than 150 years ago.
Waterloo is one of Canada’s leading technology hubs – Google, D2L and Shopify, to name just a few, have offices here.
Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo University and Conestoga College (for both faculty positions and groundskeeping/maintenance)
Toyota Manufacturing (located in Cambridge)
Located just outside of the university district, 375 King St. North gets all the benefits of living near a youthful and energetic population, minus the headaches that come from being too close to the action during party season. Being located on one of Waterloo’s most important roads, this property is close to shopping centers, parks, and unique locations to explore.
If you have any questions about 375 King St. North, or general inquiries about real estate, feel free to contact us.