2727 Yonge Street, Apartment No. 605, is a bright, 1 bedroom condominium in the Residences of Lawrence Park. It measures 1,404 square feet per floor plan.
The apartment is characterized by its thoughtful design and use of space.Two balconies on opposite sides of the apartment bring in an abundance of natural light. A double-sided gas fireplace warms the family room and the master suite. The combined kitchen/family room makes a convivial "heart" of this home.
2727 Yonge Street is one of North Toronto's most sought-after condominium projects. It features attentive concierge service, an indoor pool, a rooftop terrace with barbeques and visitor parking. Outside, you are steps from Yonge-Eglinton shops, restaurants, movie theatres and the Eglinton subway station.
2727 Yonge Street, Apartment No. 605 is an opportunity to enjoy a well-designed living space in the heart of North Toronto.
For Sale: 2 Bedroom Condo Yonge - Eglinton - Lawrence
Bright and spacious North Toronto condominium measures 1,932 square feet per floor plan. It is big enough to entertain in style. The living room's focal point is the gas fireplace, while the bay window makes the most of a sunny south-west exposure. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar. The two bedrooms are split to ensure privacy. The master bedroom enjoys its own private sitting room and a 5-piece ensuite.
JUST LEASED - Family Home in Yonge - Eglinton, Toronto
34 St. Clements Avenue is a warm family home in the heart of the Yonge - Eglinton neighbourhood. 5 bedrooms above grade offer space for all of your family. The bay windows and front porch provide character and charm. There are multiple parking spots in the private drive.
168 Snowdon Avenue, Toronto, is a well-laid-out bungalow meticulously cared for by its current owners. A total of 5 skylights make the principal rooms bright and welcoming. The living room features a wood-burning fireplace. A side entrance leads to the finished lower level, which has a gas fireplace and a wet bar. From the kitchen, walk out to the deck and flagstone patio in the sunny backyard. There is a private drive with space for multiple cars.
The value of Toronto real estate rose sharply in the first quarter of 2016, as compared to the first quarter of 2015. Data from sales of the central Toronto neighbourhoods of Rosedale, Forest Hill, Lawrence Park and North Toronto-Midtown saw double digit price gains in Q1, 2016, from Q1, 2015.
According to statistics taken from the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), the average sale price for a house in these neighbourhoods rose from $1,540,982 in Q1, 2015 to $1,910,966 in Q1 2016 - a gain of 24%. The number of sales in each of the quarters stayed steady at 198 for Q1, 2015 and 188 for Q1, 2016. The sales-to-list price ratio was 105% in Q1, 2015 and 107% in Q1, 2016. These figures tell a story of some properties having two or more competing Buyers. In each quarter, the average number of days on market was 10. The quick turnaround time from listing to sale is an indicator of keen Buyer interest.
The average sale price of condominium apartments in these neighbourhoods rose from $585,722 in Q1, 2015 to $640,936 in Q1, 2016. The 9% increase is accompanied by the following days on market stats: 16 in Q1, 2015 and 17 in Q1, 2016. The sales-to-list price ratio hovered near 100% during both quarters. Sellers got their asking price, but competition for listings was minimal. The number of condominiums sold rose from 142 in Q1, 2015 to 179 in Q1, 2016.
Neighbourhoods adjoining Yonge Street from Bloor-Danforth to above Lawrence Avenue have formed the “core” of Toronto for many years. Homes in Rosedale, Forest Hill, Lawrence Park, and North Toronto-Midtown enjoy easy access to schools, transit and services. It’s no surprise that demand continues to outpace supply.