Sunny & Smart: 1 Bedroom Condo with Efficient DesignSend This Listing To A Friend
Step into your freshly painted 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo, where urban living meets comfort and style. As you cross the threshold, you’ll immediately notice the abundant natural light that fills this space. This south facing gem welcomes the sun, gracing you with a stunning sunrise to start your day and a serene sunset to wind it down. The sunlight streaming through the windows not only brightens up your living space but also nourishes your indoor plants, making it a green thumb’s dream come true.
The well thought out floor plan is evident from the moment you enter. Every square foot has been optimized for practical living, ensuring there’s no wasted space. Your journey through this condo begins in the kitchen, a modern and efficient space with integrated appliances. With ample counter space and sleek white cabinetry, it’s a chef’s dream.
The kitchen seamlessly flows into the living room, creating an inviting open concept. This is where you’ll relax, entertain, and create lasting memories. The design is both functional and stylish, providing you with a comfortable and inviting atmosphere to call home. Large windows in the living room continue to shower the space with natural light and city views, creating a warm and inviting ambiance.
From the living room, you’ll find your way into the spacious bedroom, a private retreat where you can unwind and rejuvenate. The bedroom is your personal oasis, and it continues the theme of natural light and space optimization with a large walk-in double closet.. You’ll wake up to the gentle rays of the sun, and the layout ensures that every inch is useful and well-designed.
As you make your way out to the south facing balcony, you’ll be greeted by an expansive outdoor space. It’s the perfect spot to sip your morning coffee or unwind with a glass of wine in the evening. What’s even better is that you won’t find yourself staring directly into another building; instead, you’ll enjoy a pleasant view of the neighborhood. It’s a serene space where you can escape the hustle and bustle of the city while still being in the heart of it all.
Now, let’s talk about location. They say real estate is all about “location, location, location,” and this condo doesn’t disappoint. You’re just a short walk away from Yonge-Dundas Square, a hub of entertainment and events. The subway and The Path are within easy reach, making your daily commute a breeze. The Eaton Centre, Toronto Metropolitian University, and an abundance of restaurants, shopping, and entertainment options are all at your doorstep. And for those days when you prefer not to walk, you can hop on the streetcar right across from the building lobby, granting you easy access to the entire city.
5 Things We Love
- Abundant Natural Light: Start your day with energizing sunrises and wind down with beautiful sunsets in this sun soaked, south facing condo – perfect for both you and your thriving indoor plants.
- Efficient Floor Plan: With 550 sq ft thoughtfully designed for practical living, say goodbye to wasted space and hello to a cozy yet functional home that maximizes every square foot.
- Unbeatable Amenities: From a fully equipped gym & cardio room, serene yoga room, and quiet reading space to a lively party room, BBQ terrace and the pièce de résistance – an outdoor pool for sunbathing and summer relaxation – this building offers an array of amenities to enhance your lifestyle.
- Exceptional Concierge Service: Enjoy peace of mind with a friendly and professional concierge team that handles your packages with care and keeps your building secure.
- Prime Location: In the heart of it all, this condo is a short walk away from Yonge-Dundas Square, the subway, the Path, Eaton Centre, and Toronto Metropolitan University, with a streetcar stop right across the building’s lobby, granting you easy access to countless restaurants, shopping, and entertainment options.
About Church-Yonge Corridor
Welcome to Toronto’s Church-Yonge Corridor neighbourhood!
The Church-Yonge Corridor is where the big city hustle bustle is. There is so much to see and do here, from browsing the trendy shops on Church Street, taking a stroll through Allan Gardens, immersing yourself in a live theatre performance or visiting an iconic attraction. It’s easy to see why the Church-Yonge Corridor is considered one of Toronto’s most happening hoods.
Yonge Street (formerly listed as “the longest street in the world” by Guinness Book of Records) serves as the west side boundary, while Jarvis serves as the east. This happening hood includes the Church-Wellesley Village which hosts the city’s LGBT community, and every year when millions from around the world flock to the city for Pride Week, this is the centre of the action. The festival is a week-long celebration with concerts, exhibits, and of course the legendary Pride Parade.
The heart of Church-Yonge Corridor can be found at Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto’s version of New York’s Times Square. It serves as a community gathering place for events and hosts many year round concerts and community celebrations.
Shopping in this hood is a breeze with so many different options from the high-end fashion stores on Bloor, to the trendy boutiques on Church, to the day-to-day retail that is found throughout the neighbourhood. The biggest shopping attraction is the Eaton Centre, with over 300+ retailers it is one of the city’s largest indoor shopping centres.
Even though Church-Yonge Corridor is right-smack-dab in the heart of the city, there are still many green spaces to enjoy a nice afternoon stroll. The largest is Allan Gardens Conservatory, also one of the city’s oldest parks. This iconic spot is a 16,000 sq ft indoor botanical garden housing 6 greenhouses, and the park outside even features an off leash dog area and playground. St. James Park right beside the iconic attraction St. James Cathedral is a stunning scenic park with walking trails, flower gardens and a playground for the kiddies. Other green spaces in the hood include Cawthra Square, Ryerson Community Park, and Norman Jewison Park.