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10 Bellair Toronto

Condo of the week: 10 Bellair Street

I whistled for a cab and when it came near/ the license plate said "fresh" and had a dice in the mirror/ If anything I could say that this cab was rare/ But I thought nah, forget it, yo homes, to Bel-air!

That's right, friends. The 90s are back in a big way, and now, for just $8,995,000, you can live on a street that unavoidably hearkens back to that boy band-infested era. Unit 608 at 10 Bellair St. looks like the perfect place for Aunt Viv, actually. It's a bit...enclosed. Authoritative. Hysterical. Lots of mouldings. This is the kind of place a woman from the suburbs (and I mean the real suburbs, guys, Pleasantville style. Green grass, emotions repressed up the yin yang and then drenched in gin and tonics. Pearl-clutching ladies...) moves into when she finds out she has to move to the city. It's a home for the well-behaved.

And while that may be slightly off-putting for me, it clearly appeals to (too) many. In all seriousness, though, this place is gorgeous, though some aspects are a bit dated and/or confused. See: kitchen.

10 Bellair Toronto

SPECS

Address: 10 Bellair St.
Price: $8,995,000
Square Footage: 6030
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms/half baths: 4
Storeys: 1
Parking Spaces: 4
Fireplaces: Yes
Monthly Maintenance: $4649.92
Building Amenities: Two-storey fitness, social and spa centre on the building's third and fourth floors, valet parking, terrace garden

10 Bellair Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Massive closet
  • Custom built-in shelving
  • Two balconies
10 Bellair Toronto

GOOD FOR

Wielders of wealth and utmost propriety. Clothes horses. Or, clothes and horses. There's definitely enough space for that.

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MOVE ON IF

You like a more modern, less traditional stuffy aesthetic.

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