Condo of the week: 1 Cordoba Drive
The mind-blowing penthouse at 1 Cordoba Drive might just be the most luxurious suite in all of Vaughan. Larger and more expensive than most Bridle Path mansions, the $14,000,000 (yes, $14 million) condo in the sky is beyond incredible and chances are, if you reside north of Bathurst and Steeles, you'll recognize the building and its upper two-storey glass suite.
Named after the famous hotel in Buenos Aires, the Alvear Palace Residence is almost as acclaimed. The penthouse is 16,000 square feet featuring five bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and a main floor destined for a museum.
With marble floors, a glass and steel staircase and a private elevator, there's no shortage of opulent features. A formal chef's kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a full-sized bar, a dining room that seats 30 people, a home theatre and a fitness studio larger than a GoodLife.
The second floor is floor-to-ceiling windows, flooded by light, and the focal point of this condo/mansion. The indoor swimming pool has a retractable glass roof, sauna, spa and an outdoor kitchen. The features are endless, and the photos incredible.
Your own all-inclusive vacation. The 6,000 square foot second floor with its indoor swimming pool and poolside bar feels like a private resort. There's a 360 panoramic view of the city (or at least of Vaughan) and a full outdoor kitchen.
MOVE ON IF
You only have one car. This regal residence includes seven underground parking spots, although the chances of owning this property and having one car is slightly absurd.
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