With several different addresses and layouts, the Liberty Village Townhomes are a great alternative to high-rise condominium buildings. In total, there are 466 townhomes clustered on connected streets just west of Strachan Avenue. They feature Georgian-style exteriors with small landscaped front yards. Many of the units also have garages or underground parking spaces.
Located at 21 Pirandello Street, 22-50 Western Battery Road and 46-54 East Liberty Street, these townhomes are a safe community slightly set back from busy downtown crowds. They are largely populated by professional singles and couples who enjoy being close to the downtown core. From the Liberty Village Townhomes, you are only a stroll or a streetcar ride away from the Financial District, the Entertainment District and the Fashion District.
Additionally, Liberty Village is a recently gentrified part of Toronto’s west end that has been steadily growing for the past 10 years. Once the site of many industrial warehouses, this 45-acre community south of King Street West is now a bona fide neighbourhood. In between Dufferin Street and Strachan Avenue, you will find coffee shops, boutiques, salons, gyms, pubs and restaurants. There’s even a farmer’s market during the spring and summer months.
Extremely pedestrian-friendly, the area surround Liberty Village Townhomes is full of parks and pathways. You can also walk to other nearby neighbourhoods on King and Queen Street Wests. Other walkable destinations include Trinity Bellwoods Park, Harbourfront, the Rogers Centre and Ontario Place.
From Pirandello Street to Western Battery Road and East Liberty Street, the Liberty Village Townhomes offer a wide variety of choices for you or your family. For example, some units are bachelors while others have 3 bedrooms. Many include outdoor terraces or private rooftop patios with great views of Liberty Village and Toronto’s skyline.
For more information about the Liberty Village Townhomes (and other related townhomes) check out our sister website, Strata.ca.