Anastasia Sitenko

205 Hilda Ave, Toronto

Now For Lease for $2650

Available from June 1st

Welcome to unit 2104 at 205 Hilda Ave – a beautiful 3 bedroom Condo located in the Neighbourhood of Newtonbrook.

This spectacular 23 story building is conveniently positioned at the corner of the main streets of Yonge and Steeles which has everything you need just steps away – Center Point mall, Grocery stores, Galleries plenty of restaurants and Parks for outdoor lovers such as Vaughan Crest Park, Moore Park and Goulding Park and great schools –
Happy Kids Family Daycare’ and Newtonbrook Secondary School.

Living here gives you the advantage to use facilities such as, Tennis Court, Exercise Room, Recreation Room, Pool, Sauna to always stay fit and energized as well as an underground Parking Garage.

 

When pulling up to the main doors you will notice high and mature trees in the small parquet in front of the entrance where you can watch birds and squirrels and spend sunny afternoons at. The spacious and tranquil Main lobby will take you to the numerous elevators, so you will never wait for too long to get to your home.

Entering the condo you will find yourself in a bright mirrored foyer with the closet space for all the outdoor clothes of the whole family.

 

Proceeding to the spacious and sun filled living room which will take you to the balcony with an amazing birds eye view of the city. Spend your days here watching the clouds or tan on a hot sunny day. The Living room opens up to a cozy dining room conveniently looking into the kitchen. The white and shiny cabinets have plenty of storage space for all of your cooking utilities and the breakfast area with the cute window, you will love spending your mornings here.

 

Passing down the corridor enter a large and intimate master bedroom featuring a walk-in closet and its own powder room. This bedroom is a perfect space to get away and unwind after a long day.

 

A home for the whole family to enjoy!

 

NEIGHBOURHOOD:

Newtonbrook

Newtonbrook is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In the 19th century, it was a separate municipality. It is located in the area around Yonge Street and Finch Avenue in the district of North York between the east and west branches of the Don River. North York was a city that was merged with five other municipalities to form the amalgamated “new” City of Toronto in 1998.

There are several shopping malls and plazas located within the neighbourhood, including;

Centerpoint Mall,

on Steeles Avenue and Yonge Street, and Toronto Iranian Plaza. The former

Newtonbrook Plaza

at Yonge and Cummer was demolished in 2018-2019 for the development of M2M Condos.

Newtonbrook is also home to several municipal parks, as well as the Finch Hydro Corridor. Parks in the neighborhood are managed by the Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division. Public transportation in the neighborhood is also serviced by the Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC) bus service. Newtonbrook is served by Finch subway station, which is the northern terminus of the Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC) Line 1 Yonge–University, located just south of the neighborhood. In addition to TTC services, public transit services may also be accessed at Finch Bus Terminal, which provides access to GO Transit’s commuter and regional buses. York Region Transit and Viva Rapid Transit may also be accessed from the terminal.

It is also the birthplace and hometown of Nobel Prize winner and Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson. Pearson was born at a manse in the intersection of Yonge Street and Hendon Avenue, now the site of the North American Centre. His father was the local Methodist minister and Lester was born in the parsonage.
WhatsApp
Email
LinkedIn
Twitter
Facebook
Pinterest
Telegram
Tumblr
Skype
OK
Reddit
VK
Digg
StumbleUpon
Mix
Pocket
XING
Print
Loan CalculatorMortgage Calculator
Mortgage CalculatorMortgage CalculatorLoan Calculator
$
%
years
%
$per year
$per year
%
Book a Viewing