From yurts to tiny homes, or modern "smart" mansions to sustainable structures - Canadians have a variety of options to what constitues their 'House and Homes'. After all, shelter in our Great White Norths takes many different forms, depending on the lifestyle you lead, your socio-economic background, and where you're located in our country.
For those who live in The 6ix - some times its a rare and coveted view that really defines your space - as much as the four walls which wrap you from our ever-changing elements.
If you're a Toronto resident who wants to live in the centre-of-it-all, and seeks one of the best 'bright lights, big city' views in Toronto, check out this 2+1bed 2bath panoramic perch offered for $1,489,000!
If you ask most Torontonians to pick the centre axis of the city, they’d probably respond “Yonge and Bloor Streets”. Serving as the gateway to chic Bloor Street retailers, as well as the central pivot point of the Yonge and Bloor subway lines, no location in the city stands out as being the centrepoint by which all else radiates. Is this really true? The answer is a resounding ‘Yes!’ This is one of the greatest benefits of 'Bloor Walk Condominium'. In proximity to so many fantastic neighbourhoods, it allows you a walking life where you can sample the best of each: including the designer flagships on Mink Mile, the galleries and boutiques of chic Yorkville, the parks and village shops of Cabbagetown, or even the fitness clubs and nightlife of The Village.
Here's some snaps of this spacious suite in Bloor Walk Condominium, constructed in 2004 by the Philmor Group and home to 164 suites on 22 floors. Offering 1524 square feet of living space, this expansive house-sized condominium feels even bigger with a well-proportioned floor plan, nine foot ceilings ,wood floors, tasteful moldings, and a rare-to-find gas fireplace.
Along with the exceptional space plan, this exquisite residence has direct seats 'front-row-and-centre' overlooking the historical Manufactures Life Insurance Building. Located at 200 Bloor Street East, this historical edifice was completed in 1925. Originally built having 8 stories, in 1953 an additional 12 stories were constructed keeping the original architectural concept in mind. The grounds are kept immaculate, often acknowledging cultural events and history including night lighting. It is, without a doubt, one of Toronto’s most beautiful buildings. Perfectly framed and positioned, this bird's eye view of what I consider 'quintessentially Gotham' - with Rosedale beyond - is a perfect perspective to enjoy the changing seasons. Essentially? Priceless.
"Do you long for a home that is the embodiment of your downtown dreams?". Well-positioned amongst coveted amenities, in a setting of uncompromising elegance, this sleek suite at 100 Hayden Street may be the perfect Home for you.
You can see more information on this exceptional property at A Panoramic Perch Overlooking Rosedale At Reputable Bloor Walk Condominium
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