107 KENILWORTH AVENUE
MLS LISTING #E4095232
You would never guess that this TRIPLEX in the Beaches is this big! The 3 bedroom plus den upper floor unit is 1,675 sq ft with a gourmet kitchen and two terraces. Why not live upstairs, while the basement and EARN INCOME while the main floors are rented out? You could easily get $3,700 per month by renting these two units out. Or rent out all three units. All units have their own ENSUITE LAUNDRY, after all.
You're in the PRIME BEACHES, just south of Queen Street at Woodbine Avenue. The TTC is just around the corner, as with Lake Shore Blvd East. Top-ranking Kew Beach Junior Public School is one street over, and of course the beach and the boardwalk itself is at the end of the street. Kew Beach Tennis Club is also just south of the property, and you are surrounded by parks. You can't get better than this, in terms of location!
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Property Type: Detached
Style: 2 1/2 Storey
Basement: Finished, Apartment
Lot Size: 25 feet x 90 feet
Parking Spaces: 1 space
3+1 Fridges, 3 Stoves, 3 Dishwashers, 3 Washer And Dryers, 2 Furnaces, 2 Air Condition Units, All Lighting Fixtures, Window Coverings. One Legal Front Pad Parking, Potentially Can Fit Two Cars. All Suites Have Their Own Laundry!
Listing Link here: E4095232
ABOUT THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
The Beaches, or “Beach Village” or “Beach” as many locals call it, is a charming, laid-back neighbourhood with a vintage small-town vibe. Just 20 minutes east of downtown Toronto, the area has two main attractions: its sandy beach and its Queen Street strip
The inviting Lake Ontario beachfront features acres of soft sand, shady parks, bike and rollerblade paths and a 3 km boardwalk. All are beautifully maintained and popular with the locals. Come people-watch while you soak up the sun. Or work up a sweat along the paths or at one of the area’s many beach volleyball courts. Cool off in Lake Ontario or at the free-entry Donald D. Summerville Olympic Pool, before taking a few minutes to stroll along Queen Street East.
If ever a street was made for idly sauntering, it’s Queen Street East in the Beaches. Reflecting the easy-going atmosphere of the neighbourhood, this bustling thoroughfare is lined with quaint and quirky stores and a cool collection of bars and restaurants. Nestled between Queen Street and the boardwalk is Kew Gardens, a large public park which is home to the neighbourhood’s many festivals, craft shows, concerts and exhibitions, including the annual Beaches International Jazz Festival, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors every July.