Put the “u” in Boutique Living at 7 Smith Crescent
Modern is the name of the game as soon as you step into Penthouse 4. Edgy black window edging stands out almost as much as the private park views that stream through the 10ft floor-to-ceilings with sleek custom blinds. Speaking of views, the highly coveted and rare 478 sq ft private rooftop terrace is perfect for sipping coffee in the sunshine or hosting sunset dinners. The loft is an interior extension of the stunning outdoor space where you can create the home office, bedroom retreat, second living space or even yoga studio of your dreams. As a 2-storey new-build, this space offers a townhouse feel but with the best of condominium amenities and conveniences. Queensway Park Condos brings the heart of Etobicoke right to your doorstep, without the overwhelming feeling of a big-city high-rise.
Lucky number 7 Smith Crescent is a safe bet for space, views, and that “I’m home” feeling.
Living Room | Say hello to Queensway Park every morning when you gaze out your 10ft floor-to-ceiling windows, featuring black frames and custom black roller blinds for a chic aesthetic.
Kitchen | Nothing’s more delicious than a tone-on-tone, neutral white, bright eat-in kitchen. With an open-concept design and an eat-in style island for extra preparation space, foodies will fall in love every time they step in front of the stove.
Primary Bedroom | Start and end the day with private park views through minimalist, black-edged floor-to-ceiling windows. Keep all your bedroom essentials on-hand in the large closet and enjoy the convenience of a modern ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower.
Second Bedroom | The split-design layout keeps the second bedroom separate for ultimate privacy and the large closet and hardwood floors gives it a primary bedroom feel.
Bathroom | With a full 4-piece set and modern upgraded finishes, second bathroom doesn’t have to mean second best.
Loft | On a floor of its own, this is truly the dream-come-true bonus space. Right off the oversized terrace, the loft provides a gathering area for folks outside as a second living space, it can be used as a guest bedroom with a pull out couch or futon or as anything else your heart desires.
Foyer | A large walk-in closet is waiting to welcome you home—a very rare find in Toronto condo real estate. Store coats, shoes, and anything extra you might need to tuck away.
Terrace | Finally, a space we have all been craving! Imagine how it feels to step out into an extended living space that’s larger than many GTA condos with private views and an endless stream of sunlight. Use the water hookup to keep the plants in your personal green pad thriving and the gas hookup to BBQ for you and all your friends. There is ample room for generous lounge seating and proper outdoor dining. No need to rent the party room – this is the perfect place to host your next get-together.
Location | With a quick TTC ride to the subway, nearby highway access, local schools, and buzzing restaurants, take a few steps out of Queensway Park Condos and, just like that, you’re there!
Building/Area | The large terrace with BBQs extends your hosting options if your invite list exceeds what your extraordinary terrace can hold. Individual planters for herb gardens bring tasty greens right to your roof. Do you love a good DIY? This building uniquely features a hobby room with high-top tables and product room with common items like drills and steamers for your use. The well-equipped gym and party room with pool table and bonus kids area both overlook the park. There is even a dog washing station and electric car port stations.
Possession | 45 / 60 days
Property Taxes | To be assessed
Maintenance Fees | $658.61 / mth
Size | 908 sq ft interior + 478 sq ft terrace
Parking | One parking – P2 #115
Locker | One locker – P2 room 6, locker 5
About the Neighbourhood | Etobicoke
Etobicoke is generally divided into three smaller areas- The Lakeshore (South), Central, and Rexdale (North). Etobicoke has a lot of industrial land and expressways. There are many residential areas as well, but they consist mainly of single-family dwellings and only a few high-rise buildings. There are many parks in Etobicoke, especially along the banks of the Humber River. Etobicoke is also home to the third-best golf course in Canada- St George’s Golf and Country Club.