Spanning along The Queensway from Windermere Avenue to Ellis Avenue, Windermere By The Lake Terrace T is an excellently located residence in Toronto’s High Park-Swansea neighbourhood, just steps from Sunnyside Park and the Martin Goodman Trail.
This urban community of brick and stone stacked townhomes offers 104 West End condos for sale and for rent, ranging between one and two-bedroom suites. With a mix of single and multi-level floor plans, all units enjoy some form of private outdoor space like a Juliette balcony, patio, porch, or a rooftop terrace. The interior features and finishes are fully modern with open-concept kitchens, upgraded bathrooms, pre-engineered hardwood floors in main rooms, plus ensuite laundry. Ideal for working professionals and couples looking for their first home, residents get to enjoy the extra amenities of the Windermere By The Lake development, such as a swimming pool and virtual golf.
And just outside you’ll discover a naturally inviting neighbourhood between High Park and Lake Ontario, steps to beautiful outdoor spaces and hiking trails, and only a short stroll from many restaurants and entertainments along Lake Shore and Bloor Street West.
Most Notable Features
The quiet lakeside life: For Toronto condos in the West End, Windermere By The Lake development offers a unique experience of lakeside living that caters to the quieter, calmer side of life. With the Martin Goodman Trail practically in your back yard, as well as Sunnyside Park and Beach, this is a great location for people who want to live near the water, without the noise and bustle of Harbourfront.
Private rooftop terrace: Definitely the top feature here is the private rooftop terraces that offer views of either High Park and the Swansea neighbourhood, or south-facing vistas of Lake Ontario. Not always offered in townhome designs, these terraces are certainly unique.
Convenient TTC routes: Residents at Windermere By The Lake Terrace T will have an easy time traveling downtown to Queen Street or west to places like Humber College with the 501 streetcar found at Windermere and The Queensway. It’s safe, smooth, and reliable transit just steps from home.
With a terraced townhome along The Queensway, residents will live within walking distance to Lake Ontario and right around the corner 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 worth visiting include Earth Bloor West for an interesting farm-to-table menu, Easy Restaurant for Mexican inspired all-day-breakfast, and Eden Trattoria for a relaxed Italian restaurant with weekend brunch.
For groceries and other household needs, head west along The Queensway to find Sobeys and NoFrills, plus other independent markets. And Bloor Street to the north also offers a wide range of stores and specialty shops.
For a bit of outdoor space simply open your eyes! 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 Terrace T 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.