South West Facing Sun Drenched Corner Unit With Two Balconies,Overlooking The New Stanley Park Extension.Fantastic Location In The Heart Of King West Village,Steps To Ttc, Stanley Park, Quick Strolls To The Lake. Short Streetcar Ride To Financial & Entertainment Districts.Sun Filled Corner Unit Offers A Chef's Kitchen,2 Balconies, Good Size Master & 2nd Bedrooms. Parking Included! Perfect Unit For Young Professionals Or Small Family!More details
One Bedroom Plus Den Suite At Wellington On The Park! Exclusive Building On A Quiet Street Backing Onto Stanley Park. Luxury Finishes Throughout Gourmet Kitchen, Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite Counter Tops, Backsplash, Laminate Floors Throughout. Master Bedroom W/Large Closet. Full Size Appliances. Walk To King St Streetcar, Shops, And Restaurants Nearby. Easy Access To Liberty Village Trinity Bellwoods Park, Cne, TtcMore details
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If you’re in the market for a little (or a lot of) green space, you couldn’t be any closer to it if you live at Wellington on the Park.
The building – a project of Plaza Corp – overlooks Stanley Park, a large local green space complete with a recently developed leash-free park for dogs. If that wasn’t a perk location-wise, the building also faces east, offering stunning view of downtown Toronto and the CN Tower, complete with no shortage of Instagram-worthy sunrises (if you’re up early enough).
Consistent with Plaza Corp’s reputation for spacious suites and favoured layouts for kitchens, baths, living rooms and bedrooms, the development doesn’t disappoint when it comes to its use of space.
If a busy high-rise condo isn’t your thing (and it isn’t for everyone), the boutique mid-rise building still feels modern, but offers a more intimate homier feel than you’d find in the larger buildings in the thick of Liberty Village.