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Townhouses in Toronto

Located at a walker’s paradise, Wallace Walk Towns enables its residents to stroll quickly to anything they might need.

Wallace Walk Towns is a townhouse community by Somerset Group of Companies and Torbel Group, two reputable real estate organizations in the country that recognize the importance of high-quality materials and expert craftsmanship in the creation of exceptional urban houses.

The townhouse community of Wallace Walk Towns is designed by KFA Architects and Planners to create a family-friendly environment for the residents to watch their families grow in front of their eyes. There are a total of 116 units in the development.

The development is located at Wallace Ave in Toronto, one of the most coveted locations in Toronto for family living with numerous amenities within walking distance.

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Highlights

Neighborhood

The development is located in a neighbourhood called Triangle Junction in Toronto. The area is situated in the western part of the city just west of Lansdowne Avenue. The residents are just a few minutes away from amazing shopping options including Dufferin Mall is 8 minutes away and also many parks and recreations centres.

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Transportation

Because of the neighbourhood’s proximity to major highways and public transportation connections, residents enjoy a smooth transportation experience. The region allows residents to walk about freely and without difficulty.

Residents may take the subway to various adjacent subway stations, including Dundas West, Lansdowne, and Bloor GO stations, which are all about 3-5 minutes away.

Downsview Airport and Toronto Pearson International Airport are around a half-hour drive away for flights to farther destinations. The TTC also adds greatly to the area’s accessibility to public transportation.

Education

Students of all ages in the area would be grateful to live so close to so many respected educational institutions. The University of Toronto is only a 20-minute drive away.

The number of good schools in the region would also be appreciated by the young parents in order to assist their child’s correct education and general development.

It is quite convenient for students to complete their basic and secondary school as well as their higher education in the area. Northeastern University – Toronto and the University of Toronto – St. George Campus are two of the greatest universities in the area.

 

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Outdoor

The west Toronto neighbourhood is not only one of the nicest residential projects in the area, but it also allows inhabitants to blend in with nature thanks to its expansive and lush green outdoor areas.

Residents have access to a variety of parks, gardens, recreation centres, and other amenities. High Park is only a ten-minute walk away.

Perth Square Park, Campbell Park, Erwin Krickhahn Park, Chelsea Avenue Playground, Carlton Park, Baird Park, and Symington Avenue Playground are some of the other interesting outdoor locations in the region.

 

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Amenities

Wallace Walk Towns, a modern townhouse development erected in 2015, is one of Toronto’s top residential complexes. The development contains a total of 116 units.

The residences in the building come in a variety of layouts, including 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units, as well as a variety of intriguing amenities such as huge balconies with breathtaking views.

Rooftop Terrace, integrated appliances, modern layouts, and much more are some of the nicest things that Wallace Walk Towns homeowners get to enjoy.

 

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Developer

Torbel Group has been active throughout the Greater Toronto Area since the 1980’s. They have a diversified portfolio which encompasses a wide variety of different residences.