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A townhouse at Etobicoke
Burnhamill Place, located on Mill Dr on the northern fringe of the High Park & Swansea district, is a new townhouse complex with large rooms and an unbeatable position only steps from Bloor Street W. Mill Rd. is a refreshing departure from the glass skyscrapers that are springing up all over the city; with its beige concrete and sandstone façade and big black-trimmed window panes, this condo contributes to the aesthetic of the neighborhood rather than detracting from it.
Burnhamill Place attracts a diverse range of purchasers, including young professionals, couples, small children, and empty nesters, so no matter your situation, you’re sure to love these apartments and the vibrant neighborhood right outside your front door.
As a resident of this building, you may easily conduct errands on foot; in fact, given the number of retailers and service-based companies nearby, it may be simpler to get things done without a vehicle. Nicholson’s No Frills, Max’s Market, and Shoppers Drug Mart all provide grocery pickup. Those who rely on public transportation may step out their lobby doors and get rapid service; there are east and westbound buses on Bloor, north and southbound buses on Jane, and subway access is only a 2-minute walk away at Jane Station. Car owners may have to manage some city traffic, but driving south on the S Kingsway will get you to the Gardiner Expressway in under 15 minutes.
Caffeine addicts, rejoice: there’s a pirate’s trove of quaint cafés for your morning espresso; The Coffee Bouquets is just over the street, while Coffee Tree Roastery, Coffee Time, Second Cup, and Timothy’s are only a few streets east. If you’re a regular and can’t live without a double, don’t worry: there’s a Tim Hortons just 2 minutes away — a remark that could be said about every condo in the city.
While there are many parks to choose from, it’s impossible to overlook High Park — with over 400 acres of parklands, High Park is one of the best, if not the best park in the city; within this sizeable park you’ll find tree lined walking trails, sports fields, a small zoo, an event stage, manicured gardens, a swimming pool, and as much open green grass as you can handle.
Given that this is one of the most expensive homes in west end Toronto, it is definitely not a good choice for first-time home buyers or those on a limited budget looking for Toronto condos for sale; nevertheless, for those who can afford it, these exquisite condominiums are sure to delight. And, with apartment sizes ranging from 569 to a whopping 3749 square feet.
Dark hardwood flooring, walls of floor to ceiling windows, open concept layouts, updated kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, 9 foot ceilings, huge private patios, and ensuite laundry can be found in these units.
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