Surround yourself with opulence and lakefront vistas at this luxury residence located in the south end of Scarborough around the corner from The Beaches.
Terrasse at the Hunt Club is a new mid-rise boutique condominium development by Sunrise Gate Homes in Scarborough. This new pre-construction condo is located at 1316 Kingston Road west of Warden Avenue in Birch Cliff neighbourhood. It has a tentative occupancy date of January 12, 2023.
Designed with a sloping stepback that allows for expansive terraces, this exclusive development also feature premium 2-storey penthouse suites that comes with a private rooftop patio.
Beginning with an elegant lobby that welcomes arriving guests with a porte cochère entrance, this condo will feature a number of upscale amenities to complement this residence’s high status.
Standing 8-storeys, this exclusive condo will only consist of 32 living units ranging in size from 563 to 2,461 square feet.
As a mixed-use development, this condo will also allocate 305 square meters of ground-level space for retail purposes, thereby providing residents with added convenience.
Residential units are located from floors 2 to 6 and feature the following room configurations and floor area:
- one-bedroom (563 to 745 square feet)
- one-bedroom + den (579 to 706 square feet)
- two-bedroom (852 to 1,097 square feet)
- two-bedroom + den (941 square feet)
- three-bedroom (1,142 square feet)
- Penthouse suites, ranging from 903 to 2,461 square feet. Two of these penthouse models are extravagant multi-levelled living units with in-suite private elevator access that feature bedrooms on the first floor, an expansive open-spaced second floor equipped with fireplace and wine storage as well as access to a rooftop patio.
Terrasse At The Hunt Club suites will come complete with such mandatory suites and finishes as engineered hardwood flooring, stone countertops, custom-designed contemporary soft-close kitchen cabinetry, white latex low VOC painted walls, white Decora-style oversized switches and receptacles, and key fob access to all condo amenities.
Condo kitchens will all feature a stainless-steel appliance package, an undermount stainless-steel sink with single level chrome faucet with pull down spray head while bathroom showers will be installed with water-conserving shower heads.
All available units will feature outdoor terraces and balconies that are sized between 33 and 1,466 square metres and equipped with gas barbecue quick connect lines, as per plan.
Each living unit has been allocated a vehicular parking spot except for penthouse suites, which will be given two. Vehicles will be stored in an indoor state-of-the-art parking lift system, and also make room for 30 bicycle parking spots.
Terrasse At The Hunt Club residents will be able to keep in shape at the condo’s fitness centre using its cardio and weight equipment. As well, the sixth floor provides the location for a seating lounge, outdoor dining and BBQs, multi-purpose lounge, fireplace lounge, and lounge seating.
Location & Neighbourhood
As Scarborough’s first developed community, the neighbourhood of Birch Cliff got its early start by serving as a streetcar suburb; however, the cancellation of streetcar service east of Victoria Park during the Post-war era led to the languishing of Kingston Road’s early success as a commercial sector. These days, this area remains a strong residential neighbourhood with much of its retail development centred along major traffic thoroughfares.
This development most prominent neighbour remains the Toronto Hunt Club to the south, though sporadic pockets of retail clusters can be found all along Kingston Road.
Facilities and important destination located in the vicinity of the condo include Blantyre Outdoor Pool, Taylor Memorial Library as well as Bluffer’s Park and its yacht clubs, making this address ideal for boating enthusiasts. The Beaches are easily accessible from this address as are Shoppers World on Danforth Avenue and a pair of grocery stores on Gerrard Street East.
This family-friendly area is served by a number of schools such as Birch Cliff Public School, Neil McNeil High School, Adam Beck Junior Public School, and Courcelette Public School; meanwhile, parents with younger children can make use of the nearby Teach me to Fly Preschool. At the same time, families can enjoy fresh air together at parks like Lynndale Parkette, the Golf Club Parkette, and Blantyre Park.