29 Sudbury St #2901

SOLD

Listed at $649,900

 

 

2 Beds  /  1 Bath

Live in this townhouse-style condo near Queen West and Liberty Village! Nestled in between and just a short distance from the best of these two neighbourhoods, you’ll have easy access to great food, transit, shopping and entertainment (when we can resume) in this 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom renovated condo. With a newly renovated kitchen and bathroom, this property is a freshly painted blank slate ready for you to transform it into your ideal home. Need to work from home? No problem! Great storage organization allows you to set-up each room in this turn-key unit to your needs. With walkability to takeout and patios from some of the city’s best food, you’ll be able to enjoy comfortable living during today’s current situation and great access to entertainment in the future.

Cozy up at night with a good show by your fireplace and enjoy a slow morning coffee on your very own terrace. Love to entertain? Host a handful of friends for a BBQ outdoors now, and then inside when restrictions allow. Head out the door for a short walk to great fitness classes nearby, or grab a few kilometres by running by the lake just south of Liberty Village. Have a pet? Enjoy numerous great walks browsing the windows of Queen West, strolling through Fort York and the Exhibition area, Trillium Park and Ontario Place, or hanging out at the Dog Bowl in Trinity Bellwoods Park. Need to get out of the city? Grab the 504 King Streetcar east towards Union Station to get to VIA Rail or the UP Express; ride the GO Train from Liberty Village; hop on Lakeshore Avenue to access the Gardiner Expressway; or request a quick cab ride to get to Billy Bishop Airport (when flights resume).

Don’t worry about parking for future music, food or sporting events with great walkability to Lamport Stadium, BMO Field, Exhibition Place, Echo Beach, Budweiser Stage, Fort York, the Drake Hotel and Gladstone Hotel. Walking distance to great amenities like Sobeys, FreshCo, LCBO, Shoppers Drug Mart, Forno Cultura, LOCAL Public Eatery, Canadan Tire, Balzac’s Coffee, highly regarded fitness and wellness studios, shopping and entertainment on Queen Street West and within Liberty Village.

ABOUT THE NEIGHBOURHOOD: QUEEN WEST/LIBERTY VILLAGE NORTH

Just steps from the best amenities in the city, this neighbourhood is a dynamic and lively area populated by a mix of working professionals, young families and long-term residents. Highly regarded for its quick access to popular spots from food, entertainment, outdoor activities, transit and major highways, you’ll find everything you need not far from your doorstep. With just a short walk to the Queen or King streetcar, and Lakeshore Avenue/Gardiner Expressway combo a short drive away, you can access the rest of the city or easily head out into the GTA. When travel allows, catch a quick flight out of town at Billy Bishop Airport at the base of Bathurst Street.

Enjoy a variety of food options from restaurants like Local Liberty Village, Brazen Head Pub, Cafe Neon, Otto’s Beer Hall and The Drake Hotel. Stop for a slice of pizza at King Slice (one of the best in the city), grab a yummy dinner from Bar Piquette, a healthy food bowl and smoothie at Hello 123 (seriously delicious) or fulfill your Ethiopian food craving at Nunu Ethiopian Fusion (yum!). Grab a coffee to start your day at Balzac’s Coffee or Louie Craft Coffee and then head north to browse the numerous retailers along Queen Street West, nearby Ossington Avenue, and throughout Liberty Village. Shop for your next piece of stylish furniture or home accessories at West Elm or Structube. Stock your fridge with delicious offerings from the newly opened full-service Sobey’s, right outside your doorstep. Need must-have items for home? Pick up prescriptions and supplies from Shoppers Drug Mart, and household and outdoor items from the new Canadian Tire. Treat your pet to a new toy or snack from the PetsMart across the street, or browse the racks for something for yourself from the newly opened Winners.

You’ll never have to pay for parking access to venues like BMO Field, Exhibition, Budweiser Stadium or Ontario Place again with walking or bike access right from your door. Enjoy a warm waterfront sunset stroll or a concert at Echo Beach during the summer months (when they reopen).

You’ll never have to pay for parking access to venues like Fort York, BMO Field, Budweiser Stage or Exhibition again with walking or bike access right from your door.

29 Sudbury Street

Very Walkable

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