260 Queens Quay W Unit 1202 – 1 Bed, 1 Bath + Den – Leased

Overview: 260 Queens Quay W Unit 1202 (Harbourpoint II) is a spacious 1-bedroom condo with a full-sized kitchen, den and renovated bathroom in Toronto’s scenic Waterfront neighbourhood.

White-domed Rogers Centre, busy highway and buildings close to Harbourpoint II.

The iconic Rogers Centre is just across the street.

Building Name: Harbourpoint II

Address: 260 Queens Quay W – Unit 1202, Toronto, ON M5J 2N3

Neighbourhood: Toronto Waterfront

Developer: Huang and Danczkay

Architect: Northgrave

Property Manager: T.S.E. Management Services Inc

Year Built: 1987

# of Storeys: 30

# of Units: 217

Parking: N/A

Locker: N/A

Size: 1020 sq. ft.

Rooms: 1 Bedroom, 1 Washroom + Den

Leased: $2,500

Agent: Wins Lai, Living Realty Inc., Brokerage

Harbourpoint II – Building Details

CN Tower in background with beige brick Harbourpoint II in foreground.

With the CN Tower behind it, Harbourpoint II is almost postcard-like in appearance.

Harbourpoint II combines the thrill of downtown living with the beauty of the Toronto Waterfront.

Modernist by design, the beige-brick condo rises 30-storeys in perfect rectangular form.

Inside, residents are treated to world-class amenities such as a gym, tennis court and sauna, while outside the city’s greatest attractions await.

Parks, beaches, restaurants, cafes, museums, galleries, stadiums and airports—the Toronto Waterfront has it all.

260 Queens Quay W Unit 1202 – The Space

260 Queens Quay W Unit 1202 living and dining room with red laminate floors and huge windows.

While the exterior resembles a postcard, the interior looks like it belongs in a home decor magazine.

Unit 1202 is a 1-bedroom, 1-bath apartment with open-concept living and dining areas.

Although the condo was built back in 1983, recent renovations bring it into the 21st century.

Bright reddish-orange laminate floors and gray walls of 260 Queens Quay W Unit 1202.

The unit still retains much of its classical look, using natural laminate floors and wooden finishes throughout.

Large windows supply ample views and sunlight, causing the floors to shine even on overcast days.

Living room with dark gray sofas, carpet and large windows.

The red laminate’s vibrant texture contrasts beautifully against the smooth gray walls and ceiling.

Unit 1202’s living room is massive, with enough space for sofas, armchairs and sectionals.

Living room with dark gray sofas and tree stump for coffee table.

Besides being an ideal place to socialize, the living room is an oasis for readers due to its many windows.

Another room that benefits both from windows and conversations is the dining area.

Dining room with clear glass table, red floors and window with view of Toronto Waterfront.

Meals are far more enjoyable with views of the lake and pier.

While the dining area is open-concept, it’s in its own little corner (making it more of a dining nook).

Dining room with pendant lighting and landscape wall art.

Not only is the dining room steeped in natural light, it’s also illuminated by a stylish pendant lamp.

260 Queens Quay W Unit 1202 – The Kitchen

Large kitchen with orange oak cabinets, drawers, silver appliances, slate floors and track-lights.

This kitchen seems like it belongs in a house rather than a condo.

That’s because its sheer size, along with multiple drawers and cabinets of orange oak, creates an impression of grandeur.

Unit 1202’s kitchen also boasts slate tiles and counters of black granite, a heat and scratch-resistant surface that’s perfect for cooking.

Black granite kitchen counter-top with view of Toronto Waterfront.

Did we mention wall-to-wall windows with lake views?

Unit 1202 comes with the following appliances:

  • An integrated stainless-steel European fridge
  • A stove, range hood, dishwasher and microwave
  • A stacked washer and dryer

260 Queens Quay W Unit 1202 – Master Bed & Bath

Large master bedroom with king-sized bed, red laminate floors and large window.

The master bedroom blends classical with contemporary.

Cool gray walls, warm red floors, high-ceilings and plenty of space, the master bedroom is charming yet practical.

In fact, as the image above shows, it can fit a king-sized bed and still have room left over!

King-sized bed and closet with sliding mirror doors reflecting light.

A large closet with sliding mirror doors also lends a greater sense of space.

Then there’s the ensuite bath…

Contemporary bathroom with ceramic tiles, brown vanity, medicine cabinet, and vessel sink bowl of glass.

The word you’re looking for is “WOW!”

Newly renovated, the 4-piece bathroom is decked out in ceramic floors, elegant wainscoting, and custom tiles and a vanity.

It also features a medicine cabinet, pot-lights, and a vessel sink bowl of gorgeous glass.

260 Queens Quay W Unit 1202 – Den

Den with arm chair, circular carpet and shelves with knick-knacks.

The open-concept den flows into the living room.

While the den in the photo above is used mainly for display purposes, it can serve other roles.

For example, a few chairs and tables can transform it into a social space.

Den with glass shelves, wooden cabinets, red laminate floors, gray walls and umbrella rack.

Bookshelves running along the walls can turn the den into a sizable library.

Or a small writing desk and chair can convert it into an office or study.

Harbourpoint II – Amenities

Close up of green tennis ball lying on ground.

Tennis, anyone? (Pixabay)

Habourpoint II flaunts the following amenities:

  • 24-hr concierge and security
  • Tennis court, gym and sauna
  • Rooftop deck and BBQ area
  • Rec centre and visitor parking

About The Waterfront

View of Toronto Waterfront, pier with boats, Lake Ontario and streets below Harbourfront II.

Harbourpoint II overlooks Toronto’s famous Wave Deck and Waterfront.

Being so close to the Waterfront opens up a world of possibilities.

From picturesque patios by the lake to summer festivals and ferry rides to the Islands, there’s always something to do.

Balcony view of Lake Ontario, buildings, streets, cars and Billy Bishop Airport in distance.

Harbourpoint II is poised between urban and natural, excitement and leisure.

But the Waterfront isn’t just a place to play.

It’s also a neighbourhood with a robust economy, state-of-the-art schools, and amazing family-friendly spaces.

In fact, over the last several years the Waterfront has seen a population explosion of around 52%.

As a result, countless shops, bars, cafes, restaurants, schools and community centres are being built.

Long distance shot from Lake Ontario of 4 construction cranes on Toronto Waterfront.

The Waterfront is permanently under construction (City of Toronto, Flickr).

According to TorontoLife:

There are as many cranes on the waterfront skyline as there are clubs on King West.

The Waterfront is growing, and growing fast.

To learn more about this exciting neighbourhood, including the best places to drink, dine, visit and experience, check out this in-depth guide.

Other Location Highlights:

Aerial view of train turntable at Roundhouse Park Toronto.

Roundhouse Park is part green-space and part museum (City of Toronto).

The WOW Factor

View of living room, dining room, kitchen and den with carpet, gray walls and red laminate floors.

260 Queens Quay W Unit 1202 is spacious and gorgeous.

The condo features a large bedroom, a renovated bathroom, a versatile den, and a full-sized kitchen with high-end finishes.

Along with incredible amenities, its greatest luxury is its location on the Waterfront.

As TorontoLife declares:

…the neighbourhood has plenty to attract young professionals who are keen to ditch their cars and live, work and play…

Live, work and play. That’s what the Waterfront is all about.

Want to know more about 260 Queens Quay Unit 1202? Take the Virtual Tour or contact me below for more details.

 

Wins Lai - Toronto Real Estate Agents, Broker and Realtor

Wins Lai – Toronto Real Estate Agents, Broker and Realtor

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