10 Martha Eaton Way, Toronto
About this condo
Tucked away between Black Creek and the Humber River, in a low-density neighbourhood in North York, sits the Maple Creek Condominiums at 10 Martha Eaton Way. The 23-storey, high-rise tower is home to a large community of residents, as it contains a grand total of 318 Toronto condos.
Built back in 1978, 10 Martha Eaton Way is proof that the modern-day demand for an all-inclusive condo is nothing new. Longstanding as it may be, the Maple Creek Condominiums boasts a long list of amenities for modern-day residents to enjoy. There’s a tennis court, indoor swimming pool, and gym for active types, plus a sauna for those who need to relax; parents don’t have to leave the property in order to reach the building’s own private playground; and last but not least there’s a concierge and underground parking at 10 Martha Eaton Way.
While millennials seem to love the tiny home trend, none of the units at 10 Martha Eaton Way are particularly petite. The smallest homes in the building (if we can even call them that) span a minimum of 900 square feet. The largest units, on the other hand, reach to 1,350 square feet, meaning the building is most certainly family friendly. And single residents will have to get creative as to what they’ll do with their second bedrooms, as 10 Martha Eaton Way is comprised of two bedroom, two bedroom plus den, and three bedroom homes.
Astute condo seekers will quickly notice one major hint as to the building’s age: separate kitchens. While modern Toronto condos for sale tend to be open-concept, the pass-through style kitchens prevalent at 10 Martha Eaton Way might just be the best of both worlds. Hosts don’t have to worry about keeping their staging areas spick and span, but they can still keep a watchful eye over their guests.
With a greenbelt and a creek running right through the neighbourhood, some might mistake Brookhaven - Amesbury for a rural area. In fact, this North York spot has residential, commercial, and green pockets, making it an ideal neighbourhood for all sorts of residents.
Residents of 10 Martha Eaton Way can visit the intersection of Tretheway Drive and Black Creek Drive in order to run their errands, where they’ll find a Main Drug Mart, a small independent grocery store, and a Tim Hortons (because sometimes grabbing coffee is the most important of errands). More grocery store and restaurant options can be found along major roads like Jane, Weston, Eglinton, and Lawrence.
And all locals living in Brookhaven – Amesbury need to do in order to find some green space is locate Black Creek. This tiny waterway has parks surrounding its shores to the north and south of 10 Martha Eaton Way.
Compared to the downtown core, North York’s wider roadways make driving a much less aggravating experience. Plus, drivers living at 10 Martha Eaton Way can reach the 401 in no time via Black Creek Drive.
Residents without cars of their own can also get around the area — and the entire city for that matter — with ease. For one, it doesn’t hurt having the Weston UP Express station so close at hand. Once here, passengers can reach Union Station or Pearson International Airport in about 15 minutes. Then there’s the 71 Runnymede bus, which transports passengers south to Runnymede Station on the Bloor-Danforth line in less than half an hour.
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