A high-rise Toronto condo building, located in a high-end, growing neighbourhood, close to everything downtown, and known for affordable pricing, 40 Scollard is well worth checking out.
Originally designed as a long-term stay hotel, 40 Scollard is settled on a quaint-feeling side street near Yonge Street and Davenport Road, across from the Four Seasons Hotel in fashionable Yorkville. Standing at 15-storeys, the building offers 96 units all exclusively one-bedroom to one-bedroom plus den suites. With a good list of amenities, recent building renovations of the hallways and lobby in the last few years, and a growing neighbourhood, 40 Scollard is an ideal spot for new home buyers looking for Toronto condos for sale in a highly desirable area.
Most Notable Features
Squash court: 40 Scollard offers its residents a commendable list of amenities but one that really sticks out is the building’s squash court. A fun way to keep in shape, playing with a partner or on your own, you don’t find indoor sport courts in every building.
Notably affordable: While located in a one of Toronto’s most fashionable neighbourhoods, 40 Scollard is noted for being affordable and ideal for first time home buyers.
Pet-friendly: Pet owners take note, 40 Scollard is welcoming of woofs and meows. The building allows one pet per unit but they do have a restriction on Rottweiler and Pit Bull breeds.
Living within the Yorkville neighbourhood, you’ll have everything you need just outside your door. Enjoy top name brand shopping along Bloor Street, the excitement and life of Yonge Street, Dundas Sqaure, and the Eaton Centre, or take a stroll through Queen’s Park. The building has a Walk Score of 100, and a few local gems include Trattoria Nervosa on Yorkville Ave, Crepes A GoGo on Yonge Street, and The Pilot on Cumberland with a rooftop patio.
For groceries and other household items you’re just a short walk to Hazelton Lanes Shopping Mall and Whole Foods. There is also a Longo’s on Bloor Street and a Shoppers Drug Mart on Yonge.
For a stroll in the park you are down the street from Jesse Ketchum Park, Ramsden Park is just to the north, and the tree filled Queen’s Park is only a brief walk south of Bloor Street.
From Yorkville’s downtown vantage, you can really walk anywhere you need to go. There are also easily reached TTC travel options along the Bloor-Danforth and Yonge-University subway lines, as well as bus routes on Avenue Road. If you drive, the area is easily navigable and you can reach the Don Valley Parkway via Bayview Avenue within ten minutes.