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120 Bayview Ave #N425

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Property Style: Condo

Sq Ft: 805 sq ft + 79 sq ft balcony

Parking: No (rental options in the building or street permit parking is available)

Offer Date: Offers anytime

Side Represented: Seller

Sold Listing Price: $769,000

Urban Bliss: Stylish 2-Bed 2-Bath Condo with Smart Layout, Sleek Design, and Unmatched Convenience

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Step into your new home in the heart of the city! This captivating 2-bedroom, 2-full-bath condo offers a smart plan layout and an array of features that will leave you spellbound. With a split floor plan, ultra-functional wall kitchen, separate living and dining zones, and bedrooms with big and bright windows, this 805 sq ft space is an urban oasis you’ll love to call your own.

As you step into the condo, you’ll be greeted by a front hall closet perfect for your coats and shoes. Keep walking and you’ll find a cozy balcony that’s perfect for enjoying a cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine in the evening.

Convenience is an understatement when it comes to the location of this address. Just a short commute away, you’ll find everything you need, from grocery stores like No Frills, to LCBO for all your beverage needs, and even a Starbucks to fuel your day. If you’re a foodie, you’ll be delighted to know that top-notch restaurants like Spaccio by Terroni and Gusto 501 are within walking distance. And when it’s time to unwind, the vibrant nightlife is just a stone’s throw away. The Broadview Hotel is just minutes away, offering a unique and trendy spot to relax and socialize.

But it’s not just the immediate surroundings that make this location special. Nature lovers will appreciate the proximity to outdoor spaces like Corktown Commons, the Don Valley bike trail, Evergreen Brickworks, and Riverdale Farm. Whether you’re in the mood for a leisurely stroll or an invigorating bike ride, the possibilities are endless.

Now let’s talk about the building amenities. This condo truly has it all. From a yoga room and an outdoor pool for those seeking relaxation and fitness, to a rooftop patio and a party room for social gatherings, there is something for everyone. You’ll feel like you’re living in a luxury resort every day.

Inside the unit, you’ll be greeted by sleek and sophisticated finishes. The kitchen boasts a wall-to-wall tile backsplash, sleek cabinetry, and tasteful modern colours. The integrated and panelled fridge and dishwasher add a touch of elegance to the space. It’s a chef’s dream come true.

This unit is cleverly designed to maximize space. With a split floor plan, both bedrooms have proper doors and floor-to-ceiling windows, ensuring privacy and plenty of natural light. The entire unit has been freshly painted, giving it a fresh and inviting feel. The front-loading washer and dryer add convenience to your daily routine.

Storage is not an issue in this condo. You’ll find a spacious front hall closet, a walk-in closet in the primary bedroom, and a good-sized closet in the second bedroom. The kitchen offers good storage with a pantry cupboard, making organization a breeze.

The primary bedroom is spacious and features a walk-in closet and an ensuite bathroom with a glass shower. The second bathroom offers a bath/shower combo, providing options for relaxation after a long day.

Throughout the unit, you’ll find luxe finishes, such as wall-to-wall tile in the showers and kitchen backsplash, sleek cabinetry, and tasteful modern colours. The attention to detail is evident in every corner.

The west exposure of the unit allows for a nice view of the CN Tower from the balcony. Measuring a generous 79 sq ft, the balcony is the perfect place to enjoy your morning cup of coffee or unwind with a glass of wine in the evening. You can even create a cozy seating area or indulge your green thumb by growing herbs or vegetables.

Let’s explore the neighbourhood. Corktown offers a quiet and peaceful atmosphere, away from the bustling crowds of the city. Not to mention, you’ll find the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood just a short distance away. The St. Lawrence Market itself is a must-visit, having been recognized as one of the best in the world by National Geographic.

For pet owners, Orphan’s Green dog park provides a great space for your furry friends to stretch their legs. Families can enjoy Sackville Park, located in the heart of the neighbourhood. And if you’re in the mood for more lively entertainment, you can easily venture to nearby areas with vibrant nightlife and a wide range of entertainment options.


5 Things We Love

  1. The smart layout and thoughtful design create a functional and efficient living space within 805 sq ft.
  2. Indulge in balcony bliss as you enjoy stunning views of the CN Tower while sipping your morning coffee or relaxing with a glass of wine in the evening.
  3. Experience unbeatable convenience with a plethora of amenities nearby, from grocery stores and popular markets to parks and top-notch restaurants, all within easy reach.
  4. Elevate your lifestyle with exceptional building amenities, including a yoga room, outdoor pool, rooftop patio, and party room, providing something for everyone.
  5. Immerse yourself in sleek sophistication with exquisite finishes, including wall-to-wall tile backsplash, sleek cabinetry, and integrated appliances, adding a touch of elegance to your everyday living.

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About Waterfront Communities

Welcome to Toronto’s Corktown neighbourhood!

Just south of Regent Park and north of the Gardiner Expressway we find Corktown. Nobody really knows 110% for certain how the neighbourhood gained its name. There are theories, yes, there are two. Firstly, many believe ‘Corktown’ is a name that pays tribute to its original (predominantly) Irish-settled community – in which many of these people emigrated from County Cork in Ireland. The second theory is that the area’s name is due to the presence of cork-stopping manufacturers, breweries, and distilleries. To this day, we don’t know what one is right – so I guess you could say we have choices.

Today, Corktown’s once very ‘blue-collar’ demographic has changed. Once abandoned, or unkept, homes are now home to Toronto professionals, and families, drawn to the area’s classic and historically-rich charms. In fact, some of the city’s oldest homes (dating back to 1850) are found in Corktown. We can now see British, and Victorian, style rowhouses peppering residential streets, while converted industrial and multi-use buildings sprinkle laneways and side streets.

Walking through Corktown it’s easy to see the positive effects of the reshaping, and investment, in Regent Park (to the north) as well as the massive West Don Development project. It is estimated that these projects will bring thousands of new residents to this central area and help promote prosperity for local businesses and residential investors.

Excellent shopping, fine restaurants, cafes, art galleries, boutiques, and artisanal goods, can all be found within walking distance from Corktown. Proximity to both St.Lawrence Market and Toronto’s historic Distillery District make this a highly coveted neighbourhood that will only continue to improve.

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