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222 The Esplanade Unit 507

Bedrooms: 1+1

Bathrooms: 1

Property Style: Condo

Sq Ft: 550 sq ft.

Parking: Yes

Walk Score: 94

Taxes: $1796.38

Condo Fees: $584.64

Inclusions: Heat, Hydro, Water

Offer Date: July 22nd

Side Represented: Seller

Locker: No

Sold Listing Price: $499,000

A condo so picturesque you’d think it was on Pinterest

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This warm condo is bright with an amazing layout, and picture perfect like it came off Pinterest. 1 bedroom plus all important office/den, at almost 550 square feet in a dream neighbourhood.

Welcome to 507-222 The Esplanade. Beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows (brand new!) flood the home with light, which dances off the new high-quality laminate flooring. Almost everything is new here: floors, windows, baseboards, doors, closet built-ins, kitchen cabinets and appliances, even the bathroom boasts a new showerhead and new shower doors! 

The primary bedroom is a good size and has a walk-in closet with amazing storage solution! Not sure what I love most about the bathroom though – from the funky wall print, the spacious shower, gorgeous bathtub and A+ lighting, there’s so much to take in. Not to mention the office/den space for perfect work from home set up.

The kitchen packs a big punch in a small space. The cabinets offer lots of storage, the appliances are all new, and the countertops are a sleek quartz. You can be cleaning up after dinner in the kitchen while still entertaining guests in the living room, because the open layout allows a natural and radiant flow.

The condo fees are low compared to others in the city, plus it includes all utilities: heat, hydro, water, AC, and parking. There’s even an in-unit washer/dryer!

Perfect location. The unit overlooks a peaceful courtyard with lots of trees, private to the building. Walk to St. Lawrence Market and Distillery District, or take transit anywhere around the city- you’re a few blocks from the lake and a few blocks from Union Station!

Yorktown on the Park can be found on The Esplanade near Princess Street right across the street from a tree-lined jogging path and both David Crombie and Parliament Square Parks. A conventional-looking building with a concrete and vertical glass façade, the ground floor is home to several commercial outlets. 

As an older building, suites have rectangular layouts with long living areas, spacious bedrooms, enclave kitchens, plus hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and large bright windows. Residents have access to a concierge, gym/fitness centre, party room, rooftop deck/garden, BBQ area and sauna. Just around the corner from the St. Lawrence Market and all the area has to offer, the building is also within walking distance of Yonge Street and Union Station.

5 Things We Love

  1. Bright unit with floor to ceiling new windows and a usable floor plan, no wasted space, with a perfect work from home office/den area
  2. Condo fees include heat, hydro, water, AC, and parking
  3. Overlooking the peaceful courtyard with trees
  4. Lots of upgrades – new floors, windows, doors, baseboards, appliances, upper kitchen cabinets, shower doors
  5. Central location, very walkable, good transit links and close to St Lawrence Market and the Distillery District

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About St.Lawrence Market

Living on the park: Yorktown on the Park certainly lives up to its name. Living right across the street from a stretch of green space that runs from Lower Jarvis all the way to Parliament Street, residents can enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle. Perfect for jogging and biking, relaxing under the shade of a tree, wintertime fun and games, and playing outside with your kids at the playground.

Ground floor convenience: Always a nice perk among downtown Toronto condos, Yorktown on the Park enjoys a host of ground floor commercial outlets. Convenient for quick caffeine fixes, or nights where you just don’t feel like cooking, you’ll find Pizza Nova, Shawarma House, and Coffee Time just an elevator ride away.

Downtown TTC access: Although quaint and quiet, living in the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood can sometimes feel far away from the real city. Luckily for residents at Yorktown, there is a westbound bus stop right outside your door.

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