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Status

Condominium

Type

1 + 1

Bedroom(s)

1

Bathroom(s)

$2108.66/2019

Taxes Per/Year

About 105 The Queensway, Suite 1315

This one will be sure to wow you. Beautiful south east view. Large master with entrance to bathroom off bedroom. Den big enough for bedroom or nursery. Open concept living space with dining area. Bright living room has walk out to lovely balcony over looking the lake and city. Parking and a locker too!! This building has it all, 5 Star amenities include indoor & outdoor pool, gym, concierge, party/meeting room & tennis courts. Steps to TTC, lake, parks.

Extras:
Stainless Steel Fridge, Stainless Steel Stove, Stainless Steel Built-In Dishwasher, Stainless Steel Microwave/Hood Fan, Washer & Dryer, Electric Light Fixtures, Window Coverings.

105 The Queensway, Suite 1315 Highlights

Beautiful south east view

702 sq ft + 78 sq ft balcony per floor plan

Den big enough for bedroom or nursery

Large master with entrance to bathroom off bedroom

Open concept living space with dining area

Bright living room has walk out to lovely balcony over looking the lake and city

Parking and locker

Stainless steel fridge

Stainless steel stove

Stainless steel built-in dishwasher

Stainless steel microwave/hood fan

Washer & dryer

Building's 5 star amenities include indoor & outdoor pool, gym, concierge, party/meeting room & tennis courts

Steps to TTC, lake, parks

 

Listing Courtesy of Sage Real Estate

Listing Agent

Tara Lee Crooks

Sales Representative

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