$1950 per month








About 105 The Queensway Ave #1212

Fabulous open concept one bedroom suite with High Park and lake views! The suite can come partially furnished or vacant, the choice is yours. Take in Lake Ontario’s beauty from your living room or the spacious balcony. Hardwood flooring throughout, rich, modern finishes, stainless steel appliances and more. Perfect for the city dweller, close to highways and public transit, Bloor West Village, shopping, dining and more!

First class amenities for you to enjoy – this building has it all. Outdoor pool, concierge, party room and more.

105 The Queensway Ave #1212 Highlights

About the Property

  • Great layout with tons of natural light
  • Modern finishes
  • Hardwood floors throughout
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Stunning lake views

About the Building

  • Stylish lobby and exterior design
  • Pool
  • Concierge
  • Party Room

About the Neighbourhood

  • High Park
  • Walk to the waterfront in minutes
  • Short distance to Bloor West Village
  • Easy commute to downtown
  • TTC accessible
  • Close to highways

Listing Courtesy of Sage Real Estate

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About The Neighbourhood

High Park real estate is known for so much more than the gorgeous green space that acts as its epicentre. It actually some very important history!

The land that the park is built around was gifted to the city by an affluent Torontonian named John Howard in 1873, who declared it to be a "public park for the free use benefit and enjoyment of the citizens of the City of Toronto forever.” Since then, it has undergone a series of changes, including geographical expansion, the addition of the High Park Zoo, playgrounds, a dog park, gardens and much more. Of course, there are the famous cherry blossoms. These were gifted to the city in 1959 by Japanese Ambassador Toru-Hagiwara, as a token of appreciation of Toronto welcoming Japanese-Canadian post World War II.

Aside from the park itself, High Park real estate boasts stunning century homes and charming low-rise apartments, along with a buzzing main strip populated with shops, restaurants, cafes and more.

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