56 Annie Craig Dr, Toronto

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* Type: Fixed, Term: 5 years, Amortization: 25 years
56 Annie Craig Dr, Toronto
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56 Annie Craig Dr - Stunning Lakeview Corner Unit In Sought After Humber Bay Shore Community. With Surrounding Wndw This Bright Condo Includes Over 500Sqft Of Outdoor Space Demised Into 3 Separate Terraces, Ft 2Bdrms-Each With W/I Closet Providing Tons Of Space&Storage. This Unit Is 1 Of 4 Within The Bldg To Include A Gas Line For A Bbq. S/S Appl&Upgraded Finishes Give A Modern Feel To This Open Airy Space. This Condo Is A Rare Find That You Don't Want To Miss!

Details and Features for 56 Annie Craig Dr, Toronto, ON M8V0C5

  • Other: S/S Fridge, Stove, Hood Fan, Built-In Dishwasher & Microwave. Elf's, Washer & Dryer.1 Parking & 1 Locker Incl. Building Amenities Incl Concierge, Guest Suite, Gym, Party Rm, Sauna, Indoor Pool, Car Wash. Buyer Will Assume Vacant Possession., Family Room, Kitchen, Elevator, Laundry: On Main Level, Building Insurance Included, Northern and Eastern Exposure, Locker: Owned
  • Cooling: Central Air
  • Heating: Heat Pump, Electric, Heat Included, Parking Included
  • Extra Features: Water Included, Clear View, Lake Access, Park, Public Transit, Terraced, Ensuite Laundry, Terrace, Car Wash, Concierge, Guest Suites, Gym, Indoor Pool

Local Amenities and nearby Places

Name Type Address
Humber Loop It is located between the Gardiner Expressway and The Queensway just west of the Humber River in Toronto
The Palace Pier They are located at 2045 Lake Shore Boulevard West and 1 Palace Pier Court in the Humber Bay neighbourhood.
Ontario Food Terminal It is located at 165 The Queensway at Park Lawn Road, north of the Gardiner Expressway, and west of the Humber River
Humber Bay Park The park consists of two landspits situated at the mouth of Mimico Creek
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.
Grand Harbour (Toronto) It consists of three condominium towers and several dozen townhouses