WELCOME TO 65 EAST LIBERTY STREET SUITE 1010
Welcome to Suite 1010 at the King West Condos in Liberty Village! This beautiful 2 bedroom condo features an open concept floor plan with spacious living and dining rooms as well as a beautiful kitchen with modern cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, granite counters and a breakfast bar.
The main living space is filled with natural light from the floor to ceiling windows and there is a walkout to the west facing balcony which overlooks the courtyard and features impressive lake views to the south!
The master bedroom is generous in size with large windows, a double closet and a gorgeous 4 piece master ensuite! The second bedroom features a glass panelled door to allow for natural light as well as a good-sized closet. There is also a second 3 piece washroom and a laundry closet for added convenience. Suite 1010 truly has it all including parking and a locker!
Situated in the heart of Liberty Village, there are so many great shops, restaurants, patios and bars all within walking distance. This location allows for a quick drive to the financial district, the waterfront or to the Gardiner Expressway if you’re headed out of town for the weekend.
The King West Condos are renowned for spectacular amenities including a fitness club and wellness centre, the magnificent rooftop Lakeview Club, two bowling alleys and incredible entertaining facilities!
Move in and enjoy this wonderful space!
65 East Liberty Street is located within Liberty Village. This neighbourhood attracts young professionals in media, tech and design businesses who live and work in Toronto’s core.
There is a gritty, urban feel and a unique vibrancy to Liberty Village, which emanates from the red brick Victorian industrial architecture that dominates the streetscape. The tall chimney smoke stacks that project from some of these old buildings serve as neighbourhood landmarks.
Liberty Village has gained a reputation as a destination spot for those seeking unique furniture and design stores, as well as art galleries, hip coffee shops and urban fusion restaurants. Residents also take advantage of the nearby waterfront trail that is used by walkers, joggers, and cyclists.
This neighbourhood is just minutes away from Toronto’s Entertainment District and world-class sporting venues such as Scotiabank Arena (formerly Air Canada Centre), BMO Field and Rogers Centre. (http://www.torontoneighbourhoods.net)