2289 Lake Shore Boulevard

Condo of the Week: 2289 Lake Shore Boulevard

This place is not new to Toronto's real estate listings, but with blue skies set to take over the city skyline (fingers crossed), I'd say this property is poised to host a few impressive upcoming showing (and the lowered price tag will certainly help some, too.) Three storeys, three bedrooms, and a view that would make any skeptic swoon, this place will certainly take your breath away — if in large part just due to its crippling maintenance fees.

2289 Lake Shore

SPECS:

Address: 2289 Lake Shore Boulevard, #119
Price: $1,069,000
Square Footage: 2250-2499
Bedrooms: 2
Storeys: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Parking Spaces: 3
Locker: 1
Monthly Maintenance: $1,317
Taxes: $5,256.12 (2012)
Juliette Balconies: 2
Walk-outs: 4
Building Amenities: Fitness centre, indoor pool, squash courts, guest suites, concierge, party room

2289 Lake Shore Blvd

NOTABLE FEATURES:

Lake views
Private patios
Palladian windows
Gas fireplace
13' Ceilings
Built-in stainless steel kitchen appliances
California shutters
Jacuzzi tub
Customized California Closet

2289 Lake Shore Boulevard

GOOD FOR:

Pretending you're on vacation and/or making your own postcards. Good for those who want grow plants both indoors and on the patio, and those who want all of the perks of condo living without elevator-related annoyance.

2289 Lake Shore

MOVE ON IF:

You don't think this place will look as pretty with an eight-month backdrop of grey skies. You think this place is a lot less pretty with thousand-dollar maintenance fees in mind. You hate sunshine.

2289 Lake Shore

If you had the dough, would you buy this home? Let us know where you stand in the comments below.


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