23 Glebe Road W., Ste 714, Toronto
Listed at $399,000
Downtown Living at its Best!
This boutique condo in mid-town might be one of Toronto’s best kept secrets. Built in 2015, this building exudes sophistication. From it’s attractive exterior to all the 5-star amenities. There is a reason so few suites come up for sale. Thankfully this one has! Designed by Cityline’s design expert Shai-Deluca, this suite has all the premium finishes: hardwood floors throughout, custom moulding, integrated high-end Miele appliances, a custom 3D wall (truly cutting edge!) Granite counters in the kitchen and bathroom and large front load washer & dryer. The view along could take your breath away: Pure unobstructed northern views. Which can be enjoyed while cooking in the gourmet kitchen, enjoying dinner or reading a book on the large balcony. And to add to this suite’s irresistibility: there is a parking spot and a generous sized locker.
The Upscale Building Amenities
- 24 hour concierge/security
- Roof top oasis with lounge chairs, Pergolas & BBQ’s
- Yoga studio
- Billiards & Theatre Room
- Guest Suites
Possession | ASAP
Maintenance | $396.06 / monthly
Property Taxes | $2,456.06
Parking | One owned underground parking spot included.
Locker | One owned locker included.
Inclusions | All kitchen appliances; Miele fridge, dishwasher, cooktop and stove, built-in microwave, Whirlpool front load washer & dryer.
While one of the most popular and centrally located neighbourhoods in Toronto, Davisville Village is also remarkably green and a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. With Yonge and Eglinton nearby, plenty of young, single urbanites are clearly flocking to the area amongst established professionals and new families.
Bordered by Bayview’s quaint shops and bakeries to the east and Eglinton’s larger retailers and movie theatres to the north, every amenity is at your doorstep. And you can’t go wrong on Yonge – venture any way and you’re bound to run into something to do – be it dining in one of the city’s best restaurants or spending the night in a fun bar or pub with live entertainment.
One of the most attractive aspects of the neighbourhood is the community that’s been created among its residents – whether it’s summer backyard BBQs or wintertime gatherings – you’ll always find someone to give you a hand or have a place to unwind when the busyness of the city gets to be too much.
With incredible recreational facilities within walking distance (tennis courts, a wading pool, playgrounds, and a baseball diamond at June Rowlands Park) as well as a plethora of green spaces that includes the stunning Mount Pleasant Cemetery (home to one of the finest arboretums in North America as well as beautiful bike trails), this area is a rich social hub.
And with its own stop on the Yonge St (main) line and buses that run on every street, access to public transit couldn’t be easier. Additionally, the crosstown LRT is expected to be complete in 2020. And for those with cars, access downtown is quick.
Recently identified by the Province of Ontario as one of five Urban Growth Centres in Toronto, the majority of the housing was built in the 1920s and 1930s, but new condominiums at affordable prices and custom built homes are popping up everywhere.
Overall, if you’re looking to live in a quieter area with the modern conveniences of city life, Davisville Village is the place for you.