Spacious suites, a forever-unobstructed view of Lake Ontario and the lush golf course grounds of the Toronto Hunt Club, plus plenty of luxurious features are just some of the promising details associated with the Queensbury Terrace Condominiums, an intimate 6-storey property designed by RAW Design and JH Rust Architect for Wilkinson Developments. Potential purchasers in this tailored boutique building will want to get a taste of the atmosphere of the neighbourhood, and learn more about what is on offer in person. This weekend the Queensbury Terrace Open House and Charity Barbecue is an event that they will want to check out.
This good-eating and good-cause event will take place this Saturday, May 11th from 12:00pm to 3:00pm, at the presentation centre on 1340 Kingston Road, just west of the Warden Avenue and Kingston Road intersection. All proceeds from the barbecue will go towards the nearby Birch Cliff Public School, and will offer buyers interested in the condominium a sneak peak of the lavish suites.
Some of the features to expect from these suites are…
- 9 foot ceilings
- Floor to ceiling windows
- Stainless steel appliances
- European style kitchen cabinetry
- Porcelain tile in bathrooms
- Deep soaker bathtub and/or shower
- Berber carpet in bedrooms
- Pre-wired suite security system
There's much more to know about Queensbury Terrace of course, so drop by the Open House or visit the development's official website. With prices starting at $449,000 for the 17 units on offer, suites are sure to be popular!
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|Related Companies:||JH Rust Architects, RAW Design, Royal LePage Estate Realty, The Vital Group, Wilkinson Developments|