410 Queens Quay West #415
Listed at $764,900
2 Bed / 1 Bath / 871 Sq.Ft / 1 Parking / 1 Locker
Lakeside living on the mind? It’s not every day that a condo like this comes on the market! This 2 bedroom, 1 bath renovated property features large windows, over 10 ft tall ceilings and a beautiful private balcony with views facing the lake. A unit with features like this has not come up for sale on the market often! A spacious interior layout provides efficient use of every available inch – no more precious space taken up by long condo hallways! Ready to amp up your Masterchef skills? Cook for yourself or entertain others in the large kitchen. Head up to the rooftop for panoramic views of the city, to BBQ or even treat yourself to a dip in the rooftop hot tub. Condo fees are all-inclusive except for cable. Not a problem when we all stream now, right? Unit includes parking and a large storage locker that is fully enclosed at the back of your parking spot. Talk about convenience!
Have guests for the weekend? They can stay close by and enjoy those rooftop views with you by using the condo’s guest suites!
Enjoy south-facing living on the water all year with nature and access to some of the best tourist spots right outside your door, or head in the opposite direction to experience the best of downtown or across the city with easy public transit access to Union Station right on Queen’s Quay.
Walk out your front door and enjoy great activities at Harbourfront Centre, Toronto Island, HTO Park and Toronto Music Gardens. Grab your bicycle and head west on the Martin Goodman Trail bike path out past Ontario Place, or east and over to Distillery District, Cherry Beach and Tommy Thompson Park. When travel allows, walk to catch a flight at Billy Bishop Airport, or take the streetcar to Union Station to catch a VIA Rail Train or the UP Express to Pearson International. Head out of town or to the rest of the GTA with direct access to the Gardiner Expressway right around the corner.
Don’t worry about having to park the car for events at the Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Arena, Exhibition Place, Fort York or even Budweiser Stage! Easily walk or take a bike along the many outdoor walkways or bike paths.
On both cool winter days or warm summer mornings, stop by Boxcar Social for a coffee before a peaceful stroll along the water’s edge. Lace up your skates in winter months and enjoy the Natrel Ice Rink, or pack a picnic and grab the ferry to Toronto Island during summer’s best weather. Have a pet? This neighbourhood really is a dog-walking paradise with many differing routes to wander on.
Shop for amenities like grocery and other needs nearby at Starbucks, Shopper’s Drug Mart, Sobey’s, Longo’s Maple Leaf Square, the Beer Store or Harbour Green Farms. Order takeout from great food spots like Loch & Quay, Pearl Harbourfront Chinese, Amsterdam BrewHouse, or Indian Roti House. Looking for some retail therapy? Head north to Queen Street West or hop on the streetcar and up to the Eaton Centre.
Just steps from the best of downtown and active lakeside living, this neighbourhood is a dynamic area populated by a mix of established professionals, young families and long-term residents. Highly regarded for its quick access to Lake Ontario, outdoor activities, transit and major highways; you’ll find everything you need not far from your doorstep. With just a step outside to the Queens Quay streetcar, and Lakeshore Avenue/Gardiner Expressway combo around the corner, 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 to Billy Bishop Airport at the base of Bathurst Street.
Enjoy a wide variety of food options from nearby restaurants like Lock & Quay, Indian Roti House and Fox & Fiddle. Stop for a drink and food along the water at Amsterdam BrewHouse, enjoy weekend dim sum at Pearl Harbourfront Chinese Cuisine, a treat up the street at Dairy Queen or enjoy a delicious multiple course meal at Aria. Pick up something quick and unique within the wide variety of quick-serve options available along Queens Quay or north on Spadina Avenue at CityPlace. Grab a coffee to start your day at Starbucks or Boxcar Social and head either east or west along the lakeshore to enjoy the city’s shoreline.
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. Enjoy the city’s best tourist spots like CN Tower, Toronto Island, Ripley’s Aquarium, Fort York, Exhibition Place, Steam Whistle Brewpub, Rogers Centre and Metro Toronto Convention Centre just a short walk away.