480 Oriole Pk, Toronto
About this condo
If you love buildings with history — you’re going to love 480 Oriole Parkway. Located at 480 Oriole Pk in a heritage building, 480 Oriole Parkway was once co-op rentals but was converted into Toronto condos in 2011. With 33 units spread out over 3 floors, these low-rise condos are a great fit for buyers who are sick of high-rise towers and value privacy.
In keeping with the privacy theme, the entrance of the building is concealed in a courtyard, shrouded by tall trees. The one drawback of this property is that there are no amenities offered — so if you don’t have a good gym or can’t live without an extensive list of extras, you’ll want to look elsewhere.
These condos are nestled in the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood, and life moves at a slower pace in this midtown Toronto neighbourhood; prospective buyers will want to ensure that their lifestyle is a match for the neighbourhood, otherwise boredom could be a problem.
The modern condo crunch can leave some buyers feeling claustrophobic, especially those who are crammed into a studio which feels more like an expensive closet; if this applies to you, then you’re going to be pleased with these units — suite sizes range from roughly 800 square feet for a 1 bedroom units to 1950 for the largest 3 bedroom suite.
Toronto condos for sale in this building can be a little pricey, and as such, buyers on a tight budget might want to spare themselves some heartbreak and move on; those who have more financial freedom, enjoy luxurious finishes like original hardwood floors, crown mouldings, modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances, updated bathrooms, spacious bedrooms, and tons of storage.
There are no private balconies at 480 Oriole Parkway, but with Eglinton Park less than 2 minutes away, you won’t need a small balcony to enjoy some rays.
Not everyone can be a morning person, and for those who just can’t get going without a freshly brewed coffee — you won’t have to go far to find one; Crosstown Coffee Bar is just steps away on Highland Rd, you can go west on Eglinton Avenue for Starbucks, or east for Aroma Espresso Bar and Tim Hortons.
For entertainment, you can shop at Yonge Eglinton Centre, or watch some stand-up comedy at Absolute Comedy. If you’re looking for a relaxing drink, you have The Abbot on Eglinton just down the street. Recreation enthusiasts can go for a skate at North Toronto Memorial Arena, swim at North Toronto Memorial Community Centre, and there’s a baseball diamond, a playground, and a splash pad at Eglinton Park.
On nights when you’re too busy to cook, you can turn the corner onto Eglinton for Magic Oven, Sake Bar Kushi, Tokyo Sushi 1, Ferraro Restaurant, 7Numbers. Of course, there are also fast food restaurants like McDonald’s, A&W, and KFC.
Boasting an 88 Walk Score, 480 Oriole Parkway provides residents with a pedestrian friendly location, ideal for those who like to run errands the greener way. Public transit users have north and southbound buses on Oriole Parkway, east and westbound streetcars on Eglinton, and Eglinton Station is nearby for subway lines.
Car owners can reach the nearest highway by heading west on Eglinton to Allen road for the 401.
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