The perfect sundrenched one bedroom plus den minutes to the lake
It’s exceedingly rare to come across a condo in the city under $600,000 that has everything you'd ever want in a one bedroom plus den condo:
i) A NO NONSENSE FLOORPLAN and arguably the best in the building. There aren't any weird angles here or a shortage of space that often leave new home owners struggling with furniture placement.
ii) UNOBSTRUCTED SOUTH FACING sun-drenched exposure with sweeping skyline views Lake Ontario and the towers dotting the Humber Bay Shores.
iii) ABOVE AVERAGE SIZED BEDROOM that can fit a queen sized bed with enough room for side tables, a dresser and desk. Very much a rarity in todays condo market.
iv) A KITCHEN DESERVING OF A CHEF'S KISS with large centre island and caesar stone counter tops. Ample seating along the island with plenty of space for meal prepping.
v) RESORT STYLE AMENTIES. The California condos offers an array of renowned hotel styled amenities that include 24 hour concierge, a full fitness facility, indoor/outdoor pool, hot tub, sauna, library, squash, meeting rooms, guest suites, and access to sky lounge - The buildings landmark rooftop featuring picture-perfect sweeping views of the city and lake.
Additional Features and Inclusions:
Wainscoting and custom bench with seat cushion and built-in storage (den area)
1 parking spot (conveniently located close to elevator for easy access)
New glass enclosure in bath/shower + newly installed fixtures
Inclusions: Front shoe cabinet, all attached wall shelving, dining table, barstools, outdoor privacy wall and bench, electric bbq, dishwasher, fridge, oven, washer, dryer, hood range, window coverings (as-is)
The gem of South Etobicoke, Humber Bay Shores is an oasis in the city with bike trails along the sparkling shores of Lake Ontario, home to the Etobicoke Yacht Club, and the very popular Humber Bay Farmers Market + many other incredible amenities to discover.
Manitoba Bus Stop
38m, 1min walk
800m, 10 min walk
Metro Grocery Store
800m, 11 min walk
Grand Avenue Park
450m, 7 min walk
Humber Bay Shores / 2225 Lake Shore Blvd W
It's more than likely that you've crossed Toronto's Humber Bay Arch Bridge a number of times. But with lake views, multiple lookout points, and a large network of trails, you could easily spend an entire day at the expansive Humber Bay parks. Split up by Mimico Creek, Humber Bay Park East and West are connected by a bridge with a ribbed arch that closely resembles the Humber River bridge. At Humber Bay Park East, you'll find a butterfly habitat. The area that provides a critical home for a variety of native butterfly species is a popular destination in the warmer months. There's also a series of wooden boardwalks here that lead you through the different ponds in the area. The 300 acres of Humber Bay Park West is home to a sailing school and yacht clubs, a number of parking lots making it very accessible and a large off-leash dog area at the westernmost point. Breathtaking views of the water and Toronto’s ever-expanding skyline act as the stunning backdrop no matter where you find yourself in the park.
La Vecchia / 30 Shore Breeze Dr
For over 28 years La Vecchia restaurant has been at the forefront of traditional Italian culinary experiences in Toronto. The classic, time honoured recipes combined with genuine Italian ambiance allow guests to experience Italy without leaving Toronto.
In 2018, La Vecchia restaurant was granted the prestigious Ospitalita Italiana seal of excellence, which is a testament to their dedication to Italian gastronomic culture. Whether you are looking for an intimate dining experience or a chic celebration, La Vecchia is a must.
Other local landmarks within walking distance include Tom's Dairy Freeze, Mama Martino's and SanRemo Bakery.
12 min drive to financial district
15 min to Union Station via GO Train
A short commute to downtown Toronto and easy access to Mimico GO Train station (about a 15 min walk). There is also a TTC shuttle that picks commuters up at the front door of the building to take you to Mimico GO Train station. Once on the GO Train, you are at Union Station within 15 minutes. Street car access also runs along Lake Shore Blvd, or you can jump on the Gardiner and be right downtown in about 12 minutes.
The City of Toronto has completed the Park Lawn Lake Shore Transportation Master Plan (TMP), which examined a range of transportation infrastructure improvements. The TMP was coordinated with the proposed Christie‘s development at 2150 Lake Shore Blvd West and newly slated Park Lawn GO Station making what is already an easy commute even better.