Toronto, ON M4L 3N5
This Sophisticated, Sun-Filled, 2 Storey Suite With Just Under 350 Sq Ft Of Glorious Terrace Space Features Floor-To-Ceiling Windows With Walk-Outs On Each Level. Enjoy Stunning Sunsets Year Round And Both Lake & City Skyline Views For As Far As The Eye Can See. Premium Finishes And Features Include; 2 Spacious Bedrooms (Each With Their Own Ensuites, Custom Walk-In Closets & Separate Walk-Outs To Upper Level Terrace) Plus A Separate Main Floor Office/Den (Ideal For Those That Need To Work From Home), Hardwood Floors Throughout, 9 Ft Ceilings, Gas Fireplace In Living Room, Floating Staircase With Glass Railings, A Chef's Kitchen With Center Island, 5-Burner Gas Stove, Double Sinks, Caesarstone Quartz Countertops, An Abundance of Storage & Cupboards Space & Top-Of-The Line Miele Appliances, Sumptuous & Spacious Primary Bedroom (Suitable For Any King Size Bed!) With Primary Ensuite Offering An Oversized Spa-Like Shower & His & Hers Vanities, Parking, Locker And So Much More!!!
The Beach looks and feels more like a lakeside resort town, than a big city neighbourhood. In the summertime, residents and visitors alike, flock to The Beach to walk on The Boardwalk, exercise along the Martin Goodman Trail, relax by the water, or shop and dine at the colourful stores and restaurants along Queen Street.
To be sure there are an endless amount of things to see and do in The Beach ranging from a stroll along the boardwalk to building sand castles by the lake, or simply enjoying the vast and eclectic number of shops, cafes and restaurants along both Queen East and Kingston Road.
The Beach has the greatest variety of architectural house styles of any Toronto neighbourhood. The charm of these homes is accentuated by the tree-lined streets that wind their way down to the lake. Many of the original frame Beach cottages built in the latter half of the 1800’s and the early 1900’s, have been modernized and are still standing today. However, the majority of The Beach homes were built during the 1920’s and 1930’s.
There are bus or streetcar routes along Queen Street, Kingston Road, Gerrard Street, Victoria Park Avenue, Main Street, and Woodbine Avenue. All these surface routes connect to Toronto’s rapid transit lines and subway stations. Motorists have the convenience of being located close to the Don Valley Expressway, the Gardiner Expressway, and Lake Shore Boulevard.