1 st thomas toronto

Condo of the Week: 1 St Thomas

This suite comes with a (four) million-dollar view. Steps away from Yorkville and...um... a 24-hour Rabba, this condo was built for art collectors and those who like to go on late-night fresh fruit runs. While the maintenance fees alone will cost you over $3,000 per month, the skyline views from your two private terraces are surely worth a few bucks, right? While this unit is, sadly, just a smidgen over my price range, I will take that antique dentist's chair and/or the map of Canada shelf. I was never one for excessive natural light and premium finishes anyway.

1 st thomas condo toronto

SPECS:

Address: 1 St Thomas St, #22B
Price: $4,195,000
Size: 3,600 s.f.
Bedrooms: 2 +1
Bathrooms:3
Parking Spaces: 2
Locker: 1
Heated Terraces: 2
Exposure: S/W/N
Monthly Maintenance: $3,271.79
Taxes: $33,308.05
Building Amenities: Gym, party room, indoor pool, car wash, guest suites, concierge

1 st thomas condo toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES:

  • Private elevator access
  • Walnut and marble floors
  • Walnut trim and built-in shelving
  • Double-sided fireplace
  • Miele & Wolf appliances
  • Granite kitchen island
  • Bedroom gallery area
  • Heated bathroom floors
1 st thomas condo toronto

GOOD FOR:

Showing off your personal art collection, storing large musical instruments, nude tanning in the summertime. Good for people with oversized furniture, and décor that goes with walnut. Also good for downsizers who only need a cozy 3,600 square feet.

1 st thomas condo toronto

MOVE ON IF:

You're afraid of heights. You like to be able to move around your shelving. You can't properly define "rotunda."

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If you had the dough, would you buy this home? Let us know where you stand in the comments below.


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