A unique condo project that will feature just 51 units and stand only four storeys, this will be a welcome addition to the established neighbourhood. Featuring charming architecture and all the conveniences of contemporary condominium living, this is a fantastic opportunity to have the best of both worlds. 41 Chatsworth Drive is a low-rise pre-construction condominium under development by the Times Group in Toronto’s Lawrence Park South neighbourhood.
In a neighbourhood filled with parks, ravines and reputable schools, this condominium is also a short walk from the subway station and a single stop from one of the city’s most cosmopolitan intersections.
Sitting on a quiet, leafy street – just steps from Yonge Street – this project is proposed as a four-storey condominium with 51 units, a unique approach that will blend in well with the surroundings while adding a contemporary touch.
A mix of 15 one-bedroom, 30 two-bedroom and six three-bedroom suites is proposed, with a range of layouts and dimensions. Units at 41 Chatsworth Drive will be on the spacious side, with one-bedrooms ranging from approximately 700 square feet to 900 and three-bedrooms spanning up to 2,000 square feet. This is a great opportunity for families, couples or the single professional who craves a little more space to relax in.
Residents will have access to 4,197 square feet of indoor amenity space on the ground floor, connected to a private outdoor courtyard.
The building’s third and fourth floors will feature outdoor amenity terraces, spanning approximately 600 square feet each. An underground parking garage will house 15 parking spaces.
Featuring warm, but classic architecture, this project will reflect the affluent the neighbourhood beautifully, while providing residents with all the benefits of the luxury condominium lifestyle. These include open-concept living space, thoughtful amenities and designer-picked features and finishes.
Location & Neighbourhood
This new condo project offers the opportunity to live in an established and comfortable neighbourhood, while some of the city’s fastest-growing urban districts are just minutes away.
In this uptown pocket, you’ll find Tudor-Revival homes, as well as parks, ravines and mature trees. The Chatsworth Ravine is just steps to the west of the condominium suite, while a Tennis club and its sprawling gardens are just down the street.
It’s just a few minutes’ walk to the Yonge and Lawrence intersection, where you’ll find an increasing number of trendy retailers, as well as a subway connecting you with the TTC’s Line 1. From here, a subway trip into the downtown core takes as little as 20 minutes.
The area’s greenspace and selection of reputable public and private schools have traditionally made it popular with families, but the addition of trendy shops, cafes and salons are starting to bring a number of young professionals into the neighbourhood too.