59 EAST LIBERTY STREET

705

Sold 122% over ask

$599,900

1 Bed / 1 Bath
1 Parking Spot
 

You can’t get more Liberty Village living than this! This 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo unit with private balcony view of Lake Ontario features an efficient layout, bright windows, a remodelled kitchen and added built-in storage. With easy access to great food, entertainment, outdoor living, shopping and transit – you’ll have the best of the downtown core and the West end of the city at your doorstep. Utilize the bright windows and set up your own WFH space, dining space or wellness/yoga/fitness space at one end, and create a cozy, lounge area to relax in the main area. A beautifully updated kitchen with shaker-style cabinets, tile backsplash, double sink and stone countertops make it easy to prep your favourite dishes or work on your culinary skills. This really is the perfect unit for those looking to swap their monthly rent payment and invest in the future!

Perfect for downtown living and working, this unit is centrally located near both the city’s downtown core and the popular Queen West/Ossington neighbourhood. With walkability to takeout from some of the city’s best food spots, you can pick up something to enjoy at home on your south-west facing balcony during the summer months, or enjoy as a picnic at nearby spots like Ontario Place, Echo Beach, Fork York and numerous other parks.

Enjoy your morning coffee from your balcony and then head out the door for a short stroll to your favourite fitness classes at a nearby studio or, head down to the waterfront to run or walk along the water’s edge. Live your best healthy life with a membership to the stunning, new altea active gym; a state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind center that offers everything from fitness classes, a restaurant and food hall, to a 25m lap pool, sauna, hydrotherapy pools, a himalayan salt rock room, meditation pods and an ice lounge.

Whether you have a pet or not, enjoy numerous great neighbourhood walks – from south down to the lake and the Exhibition Place area, Fort York or over to the popular shopping areas of Queen and King West. During the summer months, walk down to BMO Field to watch a Toronto FC Game or events at Lamport Stadium. Enjoy attractions at Exhibition Place like the CNE, Toronto Ski & Snowboard Show, or other conventions throughout the complex. Ride your bike or walk down to the lakeshore to enjoy beautiful views of the city in either direction. Need to get out of town? It’s just a short walk to the Exhibition GO Station on the south edge of Liberty Village, or a quick drive to Lakeshore Avenue to join the Gardiner Expressway or QEW. Grab the streetcar on King St. or Queen St. to head in either direction across the city – from Roncesvalles and High Park to Leslieville and the Beaches.

Shop the best of both Liberty Village and Liberty Village North – with just a short walk to great amenities like the new Longo’s, Canadian Tire, Organic Garage, Structube, West Elm, Balzac’s Coffee, Local Liberty Village, Impact Kitchen, Shoppers Drug Mart, PetsMart and more. You’ll also be not far from great fitness and wellness studios, restaurants, shopping and entertainment on Queen and King West Streets. Discover the new Loblaws Groceterias at Bathurst and Lake Shore Blvd., walk east along King St. and pick up a coffee and a special bottle of wine for later from Happy Coffee & Wine or head north to Queen St to enjoy great spots like The Drake Hotel, vegetarian food at Hello 123, pizza from King Slice, a cocktail from The Drake Hotel and a delicious meal from Bar Poet or Otto’s Bierhall. Are you an artist? Pick up art supplies with ease and browse for future ideas from Curry’s Art Supplies on Queen St. – just a short walk away.


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ABOUT THE AREA

Just steps from great amenities, this neighbourhood is a dynamic and lively area populated by a mix of younger working professionals and young families. Regarded for its quick access to amenities from music and sport entertainment, food, outdoor activities, transit and major highways, you’ll find everything you need not far from your doorstep. With the King St. streetcar out front, Queen St. streetcar not far and Lake Shore Boulevard just a few blocks away, you can access the rest of the city or easily head out across the GTA.

Enjoy a variety of food options from restaurants like Local Liberty Village, OEB Breakfast Co, ONO Poke Bar, Impact Kitchen and Levetto. 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 Arvo Coffee & Wine 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 nearby West Elm, EQ3 or Structube. Stock your fridge with delicious offerings from the newly opened full-service Sobey’s. 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, or browse the racks for something for yourself at Winners.

Into fitness? You’ll want to check out the beautiful, newly-opened ALTEA active with everything from traditional fitness classes to antigravity classes, a 25m lap pool, hydrotherapy pools, an ice lounge, meditation pods, himalayan pink salt room, saunas and more. Stop in for a healthy meal at their food hall or on-site restaurant, Catalyst; and then play a game of bowling or perfect your golf swing in one of their golf suites.

You’ll never have to pay for parking access to venues like BMO Field, Exhibition Place, 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. 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 Uber or Lyft ride to get to Billy Bishop Airport. Skate along the Bentway in the winter and check out other great art events at this unique space during the warmer months.

Discover what the hype is about at the stunning Trillium Park, including the best view of the city, a community fire pit, and 7.5 acres of green space.



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