Found on Southport Street just north of The Queensway in Toronto’s High Park-Swansea neighbourhood, Southport is a well-established residence of West End condos that combines comfortable and spacious suites with active amenities and decent urban convenience.
Standing at just nine-storeys with a fairly conventional design of dark brickwork and open-air balconies, Southport offers 232 Toronto condos for sale and for rent. The suites are notably spacious with floor plans ranging between two and three-bedrooms, all of which span two-floors. The interiors feature open-concept layouts, modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances and large counters, laminate and broadloom flooring, and private balconies. With excellent building amenities including visitor parking, Southport is a highly desirable residence with a lot of bang for your buck.
Just down the street, residents can take advantage of TTC routes along The Queensway to zip into the city, hang out in a variety of outdoor spaces, and find some delightful restaurants along the Lake Shore and north on Bloor Street West.
Most Notable Features
Two-floor suites: As an older property developed in 1972, Southport offers larger suite sizes than tend to be found in newer Toronto condos. Here you can find sizeable two and three-bedroom suites that start at roughly 1,000 square-feet, all of which are two-storeys giving you a special ‘house’ feeling with a lot of potential for homeowner design.
Outdoor tennis court: Among Southport’s excellent amenities, residents will have access to an outdoor tennis court. As if the swimming pool, fitness centre, and recreation room were not enough, tennis is a great way to stay active, have fun with friends, and keep fit.
TTC Convenience: Residents at Southport can take a five-minute walk south to The Queensway at Windermere to find the 501 streetcar, a safe and reliable TTC route that can zip you east to downtown Queen Street or west across the Humber River.
With a spacious condo at 60 Southport, residents will live just around the block from Toronto’s most well-known and popular green space, High Park. It’s a 400-acre outdoor recreational space with lots of open playing fields perfect for picnics and pick-up soccer or Frisbee, tennis and basketball courts, children’s playgrounds, natural walking trails, as well as education and cultural facilities and even a zoo. The surrounding neighbourhoods from Roncesvalles and the West End Junction to the Bloor West Village and Swansea are all largely residential with a growing community of cafes, restaurants, and boutique shops, not to mention some well-established neighbourhood classics. A few local eateries to check out include Classico on Bloor Street for traditional Italian fare, Ah-So Sushi along the Lake Shore, and Easy Restaurant to the east for a Mexican-inpsired all-day-breakfast joint.
There are a variety of grocery stores along The Queensway such as Sobeys and NoFrills, plus other independent markets. And Bloor Street to the north also offers a wide range of stores and specialty shops.
With lush green spaces everywhere you look, the nearby parks include Rennie Park, South Humber Park, as well as Sunnyside Park where you can connect with the Martin Goodman Trail, perfect for bicycling and jogging along the waterfront.
For residents at Southport who prefer urban transit, the 501 streetcar at The Queensway and Windermere Avenue is an easy option to get into the city. For drivers, you can get onto the Gardiner Expressway via South Kingsway in ten minutes or less.
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