About 25 Earlington Ave — The Essence Condos
If there’s one thing that’s consistent throughout the Essence Condos at 25 Earlington Avenue, it’s the atmosphere of timeless elegance. Before even walking through the front doors, the red brick and stone façade provides a hint as to what can be found within. Constructed back in 2007 by Cityzen Development Corporation, 25 Earlington looks as though it could have been built just yesterday, or decades ago.
The mid-rise condo reaches to 6 storeys high and contains 129 Etobicoke condos. What makes this intimately sized building all the more impressive is its amenity-to-resident ratio. Residents living at 25 Earlington Ave have access to a concierge, gym, sauna, rooftop terrace with barbecues, party room with outdoor courtyard, library, lounge, visitor parking, and car wash. Plus, not only is the building is staffed by a security guard, but it’s pet-friendly as well.
The homes at 25 Earlington Ave are simple yet elegant, making them the perfect clean slates for new residents to personalize. With suites ranging from around 550 to approximately 1,550 square feet, and containing anywhere from one bedroom to two bedrooms plus a den, bachelors, newlyweds, and budding families can all find Toronto condos for sale or rent to suit their needs.
Thanks to the open concept living spaces found throughout the building, the homes at 25 Earlington Ave are great for entertaining. Hosts can put the finishing touches on hors d’oeuvre or mix a new batch of margaritas while still being part of the action. To top it all off, many of the suites at the Essence feature generously-sized balconies.
If residents listen closely, they can probably hear the rushing waters of the Humber River, located around 100 metres from 25 Earlington Ave. In addition to the river itself, the parks situated along its shores contribute to making The Kingsway such an idyllic neighbourhood. Those serious about golf can get themselves a membership at the Lambton Golf & Country Club, while residents who simply want to enjoy public parks can visit Home Smith Park, Magwood Park, and Lambton Woods when they please.
Thanks to its location near the major intersection of Dundas West and Royal York, 25 Earlington Ave is just a short walk away from plenty of commercial offerings. Best of all, Humbertown Shopping Centre is just a short trip away, where residents can find a Loblaws, LCBO, Bulk Barn, multiple banks, and much more.
While residents may choose to live in the Kingsway because the neighbourhood is calmer than the downtown core, those who need to head into the city centre can still do so with ease. High Park Station on the Bloor-Danforth line takes just 15 minutes to reach via the 30 Lambton bus, and from there, passengers can head east toward the Yonge-University-Spadina line. Drivers, on the other hand, can use Bloor West and the South Kingsway to reach the Gardiner Expressway in no time.
For those simply interested in getting around the immediate area, a southbound bus ride down Royal York will land residents at Bloor West, while the 30 Lambton Bus carries passengers as far west as Kipling Station in the Islington and City Centre West neighbourhood.
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