281 Mutual Toronto

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Don't get me wrong when I say this, for it is meant as a full-on compliment: I think this penthouse at 281 Mutual St. just might be the condo Austin Powers would live in upon retirement. Maybe it's the design, maybe it's the swag of the penthouse factor, maybe it's the '60s accoutrements. Either way, it's a perfect fit.

281 Mutual Toronto

Of all the filthy/gorgeous condos for all the filthy/gorgeous people I see each week, this is one of my favourites. The only reason I'm going to say anything bad about it is that I have to, dear commenters. I mean, the insanely chic barrenness of that bedroom? I would actually drag my ass out of bed in the morning hours just to do sun salutations in that amazing light overlooking the city.

281 Mutual Toronto

SPECS

Address: 281 Mutual St.
Price: $1,695,000
Square Footage: 2,700
Bedrooms: 2+1
Bathrooms/Half baths: 2/2
Storeys:1
Parking Spaces: 1
Fireplaces: 1
Monthly Maintenance: N/A
Building Amenities: 24-hour concierge, gym, guest suites, party room.

281 Mutual Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

Actual panoramic view of the city
Three balconies
Spa-esque master ensuite with jacuzzi (party time!)
Gas fireplace in the master bedroom
Walk-in closet with custom cabinetry

281 Mutual Toronto

GOOD FOR

Wild sex parties that last til the dawn. Sipping espresso on one of your three balconies while feasting your eyes on our city's great skyline. Living happily ever after.

281 Mutual Toronto

MOVE ON IF

You're too lazy to paint over the horrendous ogre-green paint in the washroom and the equally disastrous purple stuff in the bedroom. Or if you hate the skyline.

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