Here is your opportunity to be a part of the vibrant lakeside community of Mimico!
This gorgeous corner two bedroom two bath unit in the sought after iLOFTS at Mystic Pointe not only features a sun-filled 730 square feet of functional open concept layout but also an additional 139 square feet of outdoor space perfect for entertaining and taking in the breathtaking views of Lake Ontario.
Tastefully designed, and boasting upgrades throughout such as upgraded flooring, quartz counters, upgraded tile and cabinetry just to name a few.
In addition, this fantastic unit comes with a locker and an extra-wide, spacious, private parking spot conveniently located next to the elevators. A huge Plus!
Living at iLOFTS comes with access to an array of amenities such as an outdoor pool, gym, sauna, squash court, theatre room, billiards room, garden terraces, BBQs, 24hr concierge, security and lots of visitor parking for your family and friends.
The superb location of this condo is ideal for any type of commuter. Easy access on and off Gardner Express, TTC bus stop outside the front doors, less than five minutes from GO Station, and just 10 minutes to the downtown core. Enjoy a short walk to the beautiful Humber Bay Park and the waterfront, marina, shopping, café and restaurants.
This is definitely City living at its finest!
Top 5 Reasons What Makes This Unit Great! #1 The Layout Accommodates A Full Size Dining Room Table For 6, Unheard-Of These Days! #2 Balcony Alone Is Over 135 Sqft & Not To Mention Has Views Of Lake Ontario! #3 Unit Comes With A Huge Private Parking Spot Next To The Elevators. #4 Enjoy The Resort-Like Outdoor Swimming Pool & Spa On The Terrace Floor Surrounded By Lush Gardens On Hot Summer Days. #5 Ample Amount Of Free Visitor Parking For Your Family & Guests!
Total Parking Spaces
Marina Park Public Transit
Lake privileges Marina nearby Park nearby Close to public transportation Creek or stream Waterfront
Central air conditioning
|Living room||Flat||6.48 x 4.8 (meters)|
|Dining room||Flat||6.48 x 4.8 (meters)|
|Flat||3.12 x 3.12 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Flat||2.59 x 2.84 (meters)|
Etobicoke was a suburban municipality on the west side of Toronto, and is now part of the city of Toronto. Etobicoke is bordered by Lake Ontario to its south, the Humber River on its east and Etobicoke Creek to its west and it is well connected to the rest of Toronto via several highways and the Toronto subway. Its expressways and highways allow for easy access not only to Toronto but all across the Greater Toronto Area.
Etobicoke's diverse population offers many events and activities, and with abundant local restaurants and smaller community oriented shops, there is plenty to see and do. Etobicoke has the lowest population density of the former cities that make up Toronto, making a for a great place to live in a large city, but with all the benefits of a suburban neighbourhood.
Sherway Gardens is an upscale mall located west end of Etobicoke. The mall features 215 stores featuring several luxury department stores such as Nordstrom and Holt Renfrew. First opened in 1971 in 2013 the mall has undergone major renovations earning it the reputation as one of the most affluent malls in Toronto.
Etobicoke has a very rich history as different groups of First Nations peoples occupied the land at different times. The Algonquins called the area home for a brief time before the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) groups settled there in the 17th century.
Eventually the Ojibway, Odawa, and Potawatomi Algonquin nations came to settle in the area. By 1695 the Mississauga group had settled in the area and did a lot of fishing and hunting.
The name The name Etobicoke comes from the Mississauga word wadoopikaang, which means place where the alders grow.
Etobicoke was incorporated on January 1, 1850. The first official meeting of the town council was held on January 21.
The recreation possibilities are endless in Etobicoke. You can participate in arts initiatives, fitness groups or classes, skating, skiing and snowboarding, swimming and a wide variety of other sports. Etobicoke has a well-organized and extensive recreation program with activities to suit all ages and experience levels.
There are many parks and trails to discover in Etobicoke. It is also close to the Toronto Islands and all of the festivities that often take place there.
Etobicoke is the perfect place to get out and be active. There are many trails for biking, rollerblading, walking or running. If you are an active and adventure seeking family, Etobicoke is the perfect area to call home. It is the perfect place to plan a day trip such as a family picnic or family sightseeing tour as there are plenty of sights to take in and enjoy.
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