365 BEECH AVE #211
1 Car parking
Lowest price per square foot in the building in last 12 months
It’s exceedingly rare to come across a newly constructed condo of such high quality. 365 Beech exudes both timeless sophistication and functionality. Meticulous care and craft is evident in every detail—from the carrera marble cladded ensuite to the custom designed kitchen ensuring that your every day in this suite is one of effortless luxury. The work, as they say, has been done. All you have to do is move in.
Open Concept Living
You get a sense of calm and light as soon as you step inside. Warm coloured wide-plank hardwood runs uninterrupted along the length of the suite. And then there’s 9-foot ceilings and large, light-giving windows.
What does all that space provide? A dining area that comfortably seats 4, a spacious and warm living room, an easy-access powder room, double sided fireplace, and a masterpiece of a kitchen that'll be a joy to work and entertain in. It’s there that you notice the extensive cabinetry, Miele gas stove, and ample counter space (not to mention the other stainless steel Miele appliances), before your gaze is drawn outdoors to the oversized terrace for your morning tea or an evening of entertaining.
A serene slumber awaits in these two good sized bedrooms. The principal retreat can embrace your king-size bed alongside a capacious built-in closet. The ensuite bathroom is cladded in elegant marble and features a deep soaker tub. The second bedroom has its own walkout and gas fireplace.
Building was completed in 2022
Spent $115K in upgrades that include some of the following:
Custom cabinetry in kitchen and bathrooms
Center island upgrade
Full size appliance upgrade
Sliding glass door in second bedroom
Carrera marble tiles
Whether you call it the Beaches or the Beach, this neighbourhood in Toronto’s east end feels like a secluded escape to a lakeside resort town but with all the amenities of the largest city in Canada. This area is enclosed by Victoria Park Avenue to the east, Kingston Road to the north, Woodbine Avenue to the west, and Lake Ontario to the south. The idyllic setting sells itself: a quaint main drag of shops and restaurants with a small-town feel (Queen Street East between Coxwell and Victoria Park Avenues), steps from a wooden boardwalk and bike path that run parallel to Lake Ontario—and actual sandy beaches. People who live here revel in the outdoor amenities that, of course, include a series of beaches, but also lots of parks, tennis courts and Ravines.
The Beach Boardwalk
1.3km, 14 min walk
The Big Carrot
650m, 8 min walk
Glen Stewart Ravine
50m, 1 min walk
Black Dog Cafe
46m, 1 min walk
Mira Mira Diner serves classic comfort food with a twist. Dishes like the shrimp burger and jerk banh mi highlight an enticing sneak peek menu offering. Be sure to check out their maple Sriracha wings or buttermilk truffled fried mushrooms for some unique snack options. Equally as alluring as the menu is the decor and aesthetic of the diner itself. It has a modern retro vibe with a diner countertop and barstools. Mira Mira Diner is located at 1963 Queen St E. They are open every day except Mondays.
One of the best things to see in The Beaches is, of course, The Beach. The three-kilometre boardwalk is perfect for strolling during all four seasons, but we tend to favour spring and summer the most. But on any given day, you’ll see plenty of people with their children and Fido in tow, enjoying the scenic views of the water – yes, even in the winter months.
The Steve and Sally Stavro Family YMCA
A 63,990 square-foot facility located on the ground floor of this condo. The new Y features three pools—a four-lane, 25-metre lap pool, with a ramp entrance making it fully accessible; a fitness and therapeutic pool with a movable floor to control the depth; and a whirlpool on the pool deck.
The facility will also includes a conditioning/weight room, multipurpose fitness studios, meeting rooms and a full-size gymnasium with basket ball courts.