155 Cumberland Toronto

Condo of the week: 155 Cumberland

The aesthetic of Unit 1001 at 155 Cumberland is a breathtaking blend of the classic and modern. The building dates back to the 1960s, but it's been restored and expanded since then. Now, the Yorkville residences are for fancy folk only, according to the property's website, which states that it has "services befitting those distinguished few who live enviable lives." That just might be an understatement.

155 Cumberland Toronto

This $4,750,000 condo leaves little to be desired. Its 6,576 square feet are divided amongst two bedrooms, three baths, and generous living space, not to mention a fabulous outdoor oasis in terrace form.

155 Cumberland Toronto

SPECS

Address: 155 Cumberland
Price: $4,750,000
Square Footage: 6,576
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 3
Storeys:1
Parking Spaces: 2
Fireplaces:
Monthly Maintenance: $2,785
Building Amenities:

155 Cumberland Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

Heated floors
Imported hardwood (Just why?)
Both bedrooms have walkouts to the terrace
Gas fireplace
Semi-private elevator (only semi-private? Ugh.)

155 Cumberland Toronto

GOOD FOR

People who feel they need a two bedroom condo that costs $4,750,000 because they got made fun of in high school / that's Daddy's definition of success. That "1 per cent" we stopped talking about a little while ago.

155 Cumberland Toronto

MOVE ON IF

You'd rather do something more interesting with your money, like buying a yacht or something. Or you hate Yorkville. Or both. Don't get me started on the idea of being charitable...

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