2045 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto

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2045 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto
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2045 Lake Shore Blvd W - Stunning Rare 2 Storey, High Park Views On Humber River At Your 2 Balconies. This Complete Re-Design Presents An Oasis Of Luxury Finishes & Grand Space Of 2777 Sqft. 2 Spa Baths W/ Wall To Wall Step In Shower, Premium Chefs Kitchen W/ Top Line S/S Appls, Full 3 Bdrm For Ideal Office Set Up. Split Bdrm Design Ideal For Privacy & Comfort. Private Sep. Entertainment Spaces. Advanced Lighting System, Unique ""Rock Walls"" & Tons Of Extras.

Details and Features for 2045 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, ON M8V2Z6

  • Other: Full Renovation Inclu. Custom Millwork Kitchen, W/ Top Line Appliances, 3 Bdrm, Premium Hardwood, Imported Tiles & Millwork. Working Electric Fireplace, Re Designed Powder Room Off Main Gallery Hallway. Industrial Size Whirlpool, 2 Parking., Kitchen, Elevator, Building Insurance Included, Northern and Eastern Exposure, Locker: Exclusive
  • Cooling: Central Air
  • Heating: Radiant, Gas, Heat Included, Hydro Included, Parking Included
  • Extra Features: Physically Handicapped-Equipped, Water Included, Clear View, Electric Car Charg, Hospital, Lake Access, School Bus Route, Waterfront, Ensuite Laundry, Patio, Concierge, Exercise Room, Guest Suites, Indoor Pool, Rooftop Deck/Garden, Tennis Court

Local Amenities and nearby Places

Name Type Address
The Palace Pier They are located at 2045 Lake Shore Boulevard West and 1 Palace Pier Court in the Humber Bay neighbourhood.
Humber Bay Arch Bridge Completed in the mid-1990s, the bridge is part of the Martin Goodman Trail and is 139 metres (456 ft) in length, with a clear span of 100 metres (330 ft) over the mouth of the Humber River to protect the environmental integrity of the waterway.
Queen Elizabeth Way Monument Sommerville, and sculptors Frances Loring, and Florence Wyle helped model the royal profiles and crown
Joy Gas Stations Of the 16 stations built in the Greater Toronto Area, only one station survives today, at Lake Shore Boulevard West and Windermere Avenue built in 1937
Mimico Creek The creek's name is derived from the community of Mimico, which is from the Ojibwe word omiimiikaa meaning "abundant with wild pigeons" (c.f
Bonar Creek Bonar Creek joined Mimico Creek 130 metres (430 ft) north of Lake Shore Boulevard, in the marsh at the mouth of the Mimico Creek