Toronto
25 Baseball Pl, Unit 706
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25 Baseball Pl, Unit 706

2 Bed | 1 Bath | 0 Parking
Last Listed Price
$2,200
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Size

56 - 65 sqm

Lot Size

sqft

Price /sqft

$3 - $4

Street Frontage

NA

Style

Apartment

Property Details

Heating Type:

Heat Pump

Parking:

No

Parking Type:

NA

Property Type:

Condo Apt

Lot Front:

NA

Lot Depth:

NA

Virtual Tour:

NA
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About 25 Baseball Pl, Unit 706

25 Baseball Pl is in the city of Toronto. This property is conveniently located near the intersection of Adelaide St E and Bayview Ave. Nearby areas include Corktown, Regent Park, South Riverdale | Leslieville, and Distillery District, and the city of East York is also a popular area in your vicinity.

There are quite a few restaurants to choose from around 25 Baseball Pl. Some good places to grab a bite are Pizza Pizza and White Lily Diner. Venture a little further for a meal at Good Karma, Nomads Restobar or Il Ponte Cucina Italiana. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Dark Horse Espresso Bar located at 630 Queen Street E. Groceries can be found at To Fine Foods Stores which is a 7-minute walk and you'll find Woodgreen Discount Parmacy a 12-minute walk as well. Entertainment options near Riverside Square include Hi-Lo Bar and Barrio Lounge. 25 Baseball Pl is not far from great parks like The Don River, Corktown Common and Underpass Park. There is a zoo,Riverdale Farm, that is only a 12 minute walk and is a great for a family outing.

For those residents of 25 Baseball Pl without a car, you can get around quite easily. The closest transit stop is a Light RailStop (QUEEN ST EAST AT CARROLL ST) and is only steps away, but there is also a Subway stop, BROADVIEW STATION - WESTBOUND PLATFORM, a 21-minute walk connecting you to the TTC. It also has (Light Rail) route 301 Queen, (Light Rail) route 304 King, and more nearby. For drivers, the closest highway is Don Valley Parkway and is within 200 meters from Riverside Square, making it easier to get into and out of the city using Queen St E ramps.