Just the Facts
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High Park North
About the Property
No, it’s not a treehouse but it is condo living in what feels like a treehouse, just atop the High Park North tree canopy. 100 Quebec Ave #1512 is just waiting for a first (or next) adventure.
Whether it’s about starting out a life together (or alone), bringing home the first (or second) baby OR having room for the kids when they come home from university, this rarely-available corner unit has the right layout and square footage (almost 1,200 of it) to do it with ease. Offering 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms 2 parking spaces and a ridiculous amount of outdoor space just above the trees, this condo offers everything you’d find in a High Park home.
This is west-end Toronto living at its finest. Steps to High Park subway station, the playgrounds of High Park, great schools and the shops of Bloor Street West. You can get away without having a car but you don’t have to because there’s also not one but TWO parking spaces.
But it’s inside where this living space truly shines. We mentioned it has 3 bedrooms, right? What we haven’t talked about yet is the master bedroom — with his and hers closets, an ensuite and walk-out to a terrace that runs almost the entire length of the unit, faces unobstructed views west (the sunsets are AMAZING) and has a view of Lake Ontario too.
That terrace is also accessed through the eat-in kitchen from where you can see all the way to the Mississauga cityscape while you sip your morning coffee. But wait, there’s more – ANOTHER terrace off the living and dining area AND ANOTHER terrace off the 2nd bedroom. Three terraces and four walk-outs in total.
Tough to compete with High Park as your backyard but the building also features an outdoor pool and tennis courts (among many other amenities) for more family adventures.
Things we’re obsessed with:
- The views –from three of four compass points – north, south and, especially, west
- The potential — it’s had a refresh but there’s still a canvas for the adventurous family to make its mark
- The floor plan — 3 beds and 2 baths in 1192 square feet that feels bigger than some semis
- The location –High Park is, literally, your playground and great schools abound
- The building — a premier, well-managed, building with all-inclusive maintenance fees (including hydro and basic cable)
Ask anyone about High Park and the reaction is positive. What’s not to like? Winding, tree-lined streets, heritage homes, a strong sense of community, family-oriented, and locally-inclined, this is a place for anyone who has ever wanted ‘it all’.
A hop-skip-and-jump from residential streets and locals land at Toronto’s municipal High Park – 400 acres of untouched, oak savannah, landscape. A popular spot during the Cherry Blossom ‘season’ for visitors across the globe, High Park offers year-round natural beauty and just about anything a park planner (or nature enthusiast) could dream up. A natural masterpiece, High Park offers nearby residents nature trails, fountains, botany, bird watching, and escape.
And, although life in High Park is complete with family-oriented activities – nature walks, bike rides, and walkable local living – it is also a neighbourhood that continually strives to provide top-notch cosmopolitan offerings. Nearby Bloor West Village displays a quality array of gourmet bakeries, cafes, restaurants, libraries, clothing shops, vintage stores, juicers, and specialty boutiques, that thoughtfully cater to their local clientele.