Rare Opportunity in Lytton Park | 2 Alexandra Boulevard

May 5, 2021

2 Alexandra Boulevard Suite 303 is a thoroughly renovated and updated suite in a highly-coveted thirty-unit building, offering excellent living spaces for years to come.



A generous foyer welcomes you to the suite and is outfitted with a double closet and beautiful new porcelain tile flooring. Sight line views carry from the foyer through to the open-concept living and dining spaces, enhanced with a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows facing south and east.



New hardwood floors have been laid throughout the suite, crown moulding details have been added, and custom Hunter-Douglas blinds allow for privacy or light screening, as required. The dining room offers access to a private south-facing Juliette balcony. The kitchen has been completely renovated and outfitted with (mostly) new appliances, granite countertops and customized storage.





The principal bedroom is king-sized, outfitted with remote-controlled Hunter Douglas blinds, and a walk-in closet with customized interiors. Through a sliding barn door entry is the private ensuite, renovated in 2017 and beautifully appointed with an oversized soaker tub and a custom double vanity.




The second bedroom offers sunny south views, and is serviced by an additional three-piece bathroom, also renovated in 2017. A separate laundry room, rare in condo units, is outfitted with high-end Miele appliances.




The uptown location of this building is second-to-none, offering a boutique condo lifestyle in a highly sought-after residential neighbourhood. Excellent shopping amenities on Yonge are at your doorstep, as well as the quiet parks of Lytton Park and connections to Toronto’s vast ravine system. Suite 303 at 2 Alexandra Boulevard is a rare opportunity, and not to be missed!


This property is currently listed at $1,295,000. For more information, please contact Maggie Lind at (416) 925-9191.

Toronto Real Estate Market Report

The Toronto and area residential resale marketplace continued its slide towards a more normal but still very strong market. In May 11,951 properties were reported sold, a decline of more than 12 percent compared to the 13,650 properties reported sold in April, and a decline of more than 23 percent compared to the record breaking, stratospheric 15,646 properties sold in March. March’s numbers were, I believe, the zenith of the pandemic market, just before Ontario’s vaccination program was rolled-out.
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