1733 Queen St E | The Beach Condominiums IV | Toronto, ON
About this condo
Nestled in The Beaches neighbourhood, The Beach Condominiums 4 is the fourth phase of a 5 phase development. For those who are wondering, yes, there's a The Beach Condominiums I, The Beach Condominiums II, The Beach Condominiums III, and The Beach Condominiums V. This building is located at 1733 Queen St E and sits next door to Woodbine Park — less than a 10 minute walk from Woodbine beach. The exterior of this 4-storey building is comprised of brick and stucco, which blends well into the neighbourhood around it.
1733 Queen St E doesn't have all the extras found in downtown Toronto high-rises, but this building does provide a gym, party room, meeting room, and parking garage.
This property is ideal for small families and empty nesters; with a condo in The Beach Condominiums 4, residents have access to outdoor recreation, dining, shopping, nearby schools at the primary, junior and senior levels — plus convenient TTC service on Queen Street.
There are 104 suites in this building, ranging in size from 400 square feet for a 1 bedroom to just under 1400 for a 3 bedroom condo. These suites are open-concept, with spacious layouts, and covered balconies or terraces.
Built in 2003 — 1733 Queen St E has more contemporary finishes than previous phases of this development. Units have hardwood floors in living space, European-styled Kitchens with stainless steel appliances, in-suite laundry, updated bathrooms, and some units have gas fireplaces.
Many of these condos have seen some personalization, but some may require updating — purchasing Toronto condos for sale of the fixer-upper variety could really pay off here, as this area is one of the most desirable in the city for retirees, so there could be a great return on investment.
With a condo at 1733 Queen St E you have an expansive green space next door; Woodbine Park is a great spot to spend an afternoon — there are playgrounds, a dog park, a splash pad, and this park is also host to events on Canada Day and other special occasions. If that Green space does not satisfy you — to the south you have Woodbine Beach with scenic views and kilometres of trails.
There is more to the beaches than just nature — shopping enthusiasts might be surprised by the selection; Queen Street is lined with charming boutiques, from fashion to literature to technology, there is something for everyone on Queen Street. Plus, there are many cozy cafes along the way for a caffeine dose to fuel your shopping conquest.
For nights when you just don’t have the energy to cook, you’ll have a vast selection of restaurants waiting to serve you; there’s Sauvignon Bistro, Hogtown Smoke and Sunset Grill Restaurant nearby, or you can grab a slice from Pizza Pizza if you’re in a hurry. Afterwards you can check out Brett's Ice Cream for a cone, or Country Style for an artisan donut.
Even grocery shopping is convenient at this location — Meat on the Beach is just minutes away for gourmet groceries, and Foodland – Toronto is only a little further east on Queen.
1733 Queen St E has a walk score of 86 — with nearby shops and grocery stores, residents should be able to run most errands without a vehicle. For longer trips, there are streetcars and buses on Queen, connecting to TTC service throughout the city.
Drivers are not far from the nearest highway; head north on Coxwell Avenue to O’Connor for the Don Valley parkway.
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