Welcome to your oasis in York-Crosstown! Step into your exclusive 22nd-floor retreat at 2206 - 135 Marlee Avenue, where serenity meets sophistication. This tranquil 2-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom condo spans a generous 1,000 sqft, offering uninterrupted tranquillity with no street noise and free of dust. Embrace the luxury of an unobstructed view—the absence of towers to the south creates a priceless panorama that truly sets this residence apart.
On clear days, indulge in the breathtaking view of the lake, elevating your living experience to new heights. The primary bedroom is a haven, featuring a convenient half bath and a spacious walk-in closet. As you enter, the unit welcomes you with freshly painted walls, and brand-new floors that add a touch of modern elegance to this retreat above the city.
Located centrally in the Glen Park and Fairbank neighbourhoods, transit convenience is paramount with a 7-minute walk to both the Eglinton West and Glencairn subway stations and easy access to the future Eglinton LRT. Enjoy a leisurely 5-minute stroll to three beautiful, leafy nearby parks like Viewmount Park or Wenderly Park, creating a perfect balance between urban living and natural surroundings. Forest Hill Village, with its diverse dining and shopping options, is just a 15-minute walk away across Eglinton Avenue.
YOUR OWN OASIS AT HOME ABOVE THE CITY
135 Marlee Avenue
Explore the vibrant community in the neighbourhood, rich with young professionals and families, fostering a diverse and welcoming atmosphere. It’s just a short walk to Glen Park Public School, West Preparatory Junior Public School (with French Immersion) and JR Wilcox. For quick amenities, head north on Marlee to Lawrence Allen Centre, where you’ll find numerous retailers like Canadian Tire, Marshalls, Homesense, Fortino’s, Dollarama, Toys ‘R Us, Petsmart, Structube and more. For quick groceries, stop into Sobey’s Urban Fresh just around the corner. Zito’s Marketplace and Rexall Pharmacy are just north on Marlee Avenue as well.
Hop onto Allen Road or catch the subway to Yorkdale Shopping Centre where you’ll have access to all of the brand-name clothing, homewares and accessory shopping you can dream of. You can even grab a meal at one of the numerous restaurants, or catch a movie at Cineplex Cinemas. North of Yorkdale and across the 401, you’ll find Costco, Michaels, LCBO, Best Buy and other handy retailers.
Taste the world with takeout from delicious restaurant spots nearby like RAPS Jamaican and Jer’s Filicanasian in Little Jamaica, or Tambayan Co. RestoBar, Lechon Republik, R Bakery Cafe, Odessa Deli and Desserts, Pita Pavilion and Miyako Sushi nearby. Need a quick meal or snack? Pick up food from well-known food spots like Dominos, Burrito Boss, Tim Horton’s, Pizza Nova and Aroma Indian Bistro.
If your work or weekend plans take you throughout the GTA, you’ll love living just a quick drive to the 401 to head East or West, and just a few interchanges away from Highway 400 to head north or the 409 to get to Pearson International Airport.
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What's the Area like?
ABOUT THE NEIGHBOURHOOD: GLEN PARK / FAIRBANK / YORK-CROSSTOWN
Step into a fusion of Toronto neighbourhoods where the past, present, and future seamlessly intersect at every turn, crafting a distinctive flavour within the city.
Glen Park, rooted in the 1920s, transitioned from farmland to establish a thriving residential area post-World War II. A testament to the neighbourhood's dedication to educational standards and community development, Glen Park Public School proudly holds the Canada Award of Excellence. The Glen Long Community Centre and the adjacent Glen Long Park, boasting diverse amenities, further highlight the commitment to a well-rounded community life. Glen Park is full of cultural diversity, with Italian Canadian families along Dufferin Street harmonizing with a lively Jewish orthodox community nearer to Bathurst Street in Forest Hill, one of the city's oldest and most charming neighbourhoods.
The central district, along Marlee Avenue, hosts a community characterized by a dynamic blend of backgrounds. Positioned for growth, Fairbank, along Eglinton Avenue, anticipates a revitalization catalyzed by the soon-to-be-opened Eglinton Crosstown LRT. Enriched by a blend of Italian, Portuguese, Jamaican and West Indian heritage, Fairbank has a distinctive cultural vibrancy. The multicultural shopping hub along Eglinton Avenue West, known as "the Avenue to the World," is embraced by the Little Jamaica shopping area.
Reflecting the multicultural mosaic of Toronto, the local dining scene offers a diverse array of options. From Jamaican and Filipino fusions at RAPS Jamaican and Jer’s Filicanasian to global flavours at Tambayan Co. RestoBar, Lechon Republik, R Bakery Cafe, Odessa Deli and Desserts, Pita Pavilion, and Miyako Sushi — residents can embark on a culinary journey without stepping beyond their doorstep.
The Belt Line fitness and nature trail, tracing the route of Toronto's inaugural commuter train, serves as both a historical gem and a recreational haven, perfect for walking, biking, or running. Three picturesque parks nearby, including Viewmount Park and Wenderly Park, strike an ideal balance between urban living and natural surroundings. It’s also a short 15-minute walk to enjoy the best shopping and dining in Forest Hill Upper Village.
For quick access to amenities, head north on Marlee Avenue to Lawrence Allen Centre, where an assortment of retailers such as Canadian Tire, Marshalls, Homesense, Fortino’s, Dollarama, Toys ‘R Us, Petsmart, Structube, and more await. For convenient groceries, Sobey’s Urban Fresh is just around the corner, while Zito’s Marketplace and Rexall Pharmacy are situated north on Marlee Avenue.
When you're in the mood for some extensive shopping, hop onto Allen Road or catch the subway to Yorkdale Shopping Centre, which offers an abundance of brand-name clothing, homewares, and accessories. Additionally, you can enjoy a meal at one of the numerous restaurants or catch a movie at Cineplex Cinemas. North of Yorkdale and across the 401, you’ll discover Costco, Michaels, LCBO, Best Buy, and other convenient retailers.
If your plans lead you across the GTA for work or weekend plans, living here means being just a quick drive to the 401 for East or Westbound travel and only a few interchanges away from Highway 400 for northern routes or to head to the airport across the 409.