328 Davenport Avenue

Condo of the Week: 238 Davenport Road

This condo at Avenue and Davenport (don't call it Ave & Dav), is quite possibly the prettiest on the market right now. I mean we make that the goal every week (or most weeks..ha), but suite 302 is a true standout, with its almost startlingly clean design and insanely luxe washroom and closet. Those rooms alone are enough to compel a person to live here, even without mentioning the tranquil yet slightly glitzy living space.

While this unit is garnering its fair share of attention, it's well deserved. I mean these guys even have Shepard Fairey art on the walls. Compare it with this other unit in the same building, and you'll see what I mean.

238 Davenport

Still undeniably pleasing to the eye, and could, of course, be remodeled to emulate our pick. But, let's face it: suite 302 kicks its ass all over the place.

SPECS

Address: 238 Davenport Road
Price: $2,475,000
Square Footage: 2,338 sq. ft.
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms/half baths: 1/1
Storeys: 2
Parking Spaces: 2
Fireplaces: One
Monthly Maintenance: N/A

238 Davenport

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • 18-foot ceilings on the main level
  • Stunning spa washroom
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Wine fridge
  • Insane closet that could house the inhabitants of a small country
238 Davenport

GOOD FOR

Good for stylish, sexy people who are committed to never having children. Gallerists.

238 Davenport

MOVE ON IF

Conversely, move on if you would like to have children. There's really nowhere to keep them. Guests could probably stay in the washroom. Or closet.

More seriously, move on if warmer, cozier spaces are your style. This ain't it.

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