1000 King Street West, Suite 103, Toronto
Listed at $369,900
1 Bed / 1 Bath / 1 Parking / 1 Locker / 569 S.Ft. / 165 S.Ft. Balcony / $1,890.67 Prop. Taxes / $239.59 Condo Fees
Enjoy Your Own Perfectly Landscaped and Fenced ‘Backyard’ With This Rarely Offered Ground Floor Condo!
Rarely offered ground floor one bedroom condo nestled in an Idyllic King West location. This boutique building is well run with low maintenance fees so you can spend your money enjoying the most the neighbourhood has to offer. 9ft ceilings (a feature only afforded to the ground floor units) gives a large airy feel to the suite. It’s location on the quiet north side of the building overlooking a landscaped courtyard lends perfectly to summer BBQs. Entertain indoors in the open concept style kitchen (plenty of storage and counter space). The master bedroom features a walk in closet and partial ensuite bathroom access. This suite offers everything and is all available for such a great price! Did we mention parking and a locker are also included?
King West is a hip happening area with no shortage of great amenities all within walking distance. The Massey Square building is steps to the trendy restaurants of King, Ossington, Queen and West Queen (rated No.2 on Vogue’s list of hip districts) . Stop for groceries in the newly opened City Market grocery store featuring all kinds of interesting and varied brands of food. Still need more? Pop over to nearby Liberty Village to visit the LCBO, and home decor stores such as West Elm EQ3, Casalife and Kitchen Stuff Plus. Get your “fitness on” by joining a running group, GoodLife Fitness or Reebok Crossfit. Looking for something great to wear out to dinner? A plethora of stores await you on Queen. And getting around couldn’t be easier with the streetcar stop right on the corner or hop on the Ossington bus (the stop is right beside the building) to access the subway. Need to get out of town? Being close to Lake Shore provides easy access to the QEW and DVP. Hang in one of Toronto’s greatest parks: Trinity Bellwoods, or walk across the street for a latte in Massey Harris Park. This park was recently feature in the Globe and Mail as “one of Toronto’s most thoughtful and inviting public spaces“.