20 niagara st toronto

Condo of the week: 20 Niagara Street

With an asking price of almost $2 million, the main foyer of this chic three-level suite near Bathurst and King could double as a lavish hotel lobby. Located at 20 Niagara Street, the impressive loft space was built back in the 1990s, just before the condo boom and massive developments shadowed the streets in the King West hub.

The glass suite with massive 16 foot ceilings and wall-to-wall windows is impressive - along with its killer view of the city skyline and CN Tower. A two bedroom plus den, the stainless steel/marble slab interior is finished and decorated with expensive taste. The Scavolini Kitchen features built-in appliances like a wine fridge and expresso maker for the coffee drinker(s) in the family.

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The floating staircase leads to a second floor master bedroom and a fully exposed glass ensuite - heated floors, body jets and a sexy transparent wall for showering. There are two terraces, one on the main floor and a private rooftop beside the third floor library.

20 niagara street

SPECS

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NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Three-levels
  • 16 ft. ceilings
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Floating staircase
  • Scavolini Kitchen with built-in expresso maker
  • Ensuite with glass shower
  • Two terraces
20 niagara street

GOOD FOR

You can't beat the view in this place. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer spectacular cityscapes, and there's also an expansive rooftop deck with barbecue hookup.

20 niagara street

MOVE ON IF

You need additional privacy. This suite features a very open and somewhat odd layout. The second bedroom is on the main level and the master lacks a bedroom door and features an open plan bathroom with the sink and glass shower next to the bed. It's definitely sexy, as long as you don't mind onlookers.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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Is this condo worth the almost $2 million asking price? Have your say in the comments.

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