$2,500

Price

Leased

Status

Condo Apt

Type

1 + 1

Bedroom(s)

1

Bathroom(s)

About 103 The Queensway Avenue #2214

Beautiful Renovated One Bedroom Plus Den With Parking At Nxt – Complete Renovation Includes: New Kitchen Counters (Quartz), Cabinets, Sink, Appliances. New Vinyl Plank Flooring, Custom Black Out Roller Shades, New Bathroom And Vanity. Great Layout With 9′ Ceilings And Large Balcony With Two Walk-Outs And Views Of The Toronto Skyline And Lake. Easy Access To The Highway And TTC.
Extras: Stainless Steel Fridge, Stove, Built In Dishwasher, Over The Range Microwave. Washer And Dryer, All Electrical Light Fixtures, All Window Coverings, Floating Shelves In L/R And Br. Exclude: Tv Mount In L/R And Islands. No Pets/Smokers.

103 The Queensway Avenue #2214 Highlights

About the Unit 

  • One Bedroom + Den
  • Parking Included
  • Beautifully Renovated
  • Great Layout
  • 9' Ceilings
  • Large Balcony With Two Walk-Outs

About the Building

  • Concierge
  • Guest Suites
  • Gym
  • Indoor Pool
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Party/Meeting Room

Listing Courtesy of Sage Real Estate Ltd.

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