Located on the south side of The Queensway, Windermere By The Lake enjoys a unique address only a short walk to the Lake Shore and Sunnyside Beach and Park. It is a perfect spot for anyone who enjoys the outdoors, while still living within reach of Toronto’s High Park-Swansea neighbourhood.
The tower stands at 27-storeys of steel and glass with a contemporary oval shaped design that creates an interesting wow factor for first impressions. On the inside you’ll find 306 West End condos for sale and for rent, ranging in size and layout from one-bedroom apartments to expansive three-bedroom suites. All units enjoy open-concept kitchens and living areas, many with hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows for optimal sunlight. With modern stainless steel appliances, large breakfast counters, upgraded baths, plus large private balconies with striking views of the lake and the surrounding parks, these Toronto condos are ideal for homeowners who want a chic, classy space. The building amenities are also designed to impress with a lot of energetic features, while nearby TTC can zip you into the city anytime you want an evening out.
Most Notable Features
Striking views: For anyone who really wants a picturesque view from their home, Windermere By The Lake is certainly worth a look. To the south the tower captures the horizon vista of Sunnyside Beach and Lake Ontario, while to the north and west you will overlook a green landscape of parks and ponds, including the Humber River and High Park.
Brick and stone community: An unusual design feature of Windermere By The Lake that adds to the property’s distinctive vibe is that the tower is surrounded by a community of stone and brick townhomes that very much create an atmosphere of an old century village. As a pet-friendly community, it’s a sure place to feel safe and welcome.
Keep fit in the pool: Residents at Windermere By The Lake will enjoy a fun array of amenities such as virtual golf and a park lounge, but best of all is the indoor swimming pool. A great way to keep fit and have fun all year round.
With a chic condo at 15 Windermere Avenue, residents will very near to 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 The Grenadier Restaurant for all-day-breakfast in the park, Sunnyside Pavilion for an historic outlook and cafe, and Mamma Martino’s Restaurant for a classic Italian home-style menu.
You’ll find several 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 outdoor green space 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 Windermere By The Lake 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.