Condo of the week: 11 William Carson Crescent
With all the new condominiums rising and redefining the area around Yonge and Sheppard, there are still a handful of formal and old-school buildings tucked away in the North York cul-de-sac. A jaw-dropping three bedroom at 11 William Carson Crescent, just to the south proves that royalty (and canopy beds) still exist in the prestigious Hogg's Hollow neighbourhood.
With a price tag of $2,879,000, this penthouse at the Antiquary Condos have 24 hour concierge service and an indoor swimming pool that surely looks attractive to the type of people dining at Auberge du Pommier across the street.
The private residence was built about 15 years ago, with six storeys and units ranging from almost 900 to 4,400 square feet. This unit boasts private elevator access and four parking spots and is one of the largest suites in the building. Whatever you think about it, the antiquated interior is certainly eye-catching.
The Manhattan-style suite featuring a rotunda entrance is visually intriguing, along with its formal dining room and patterned floor-to-ceiling wallpaper. The over-the-top master bedroom, matching drapery and flooring makes a grand statement, and the entire living space feels more like a mini bungalow than a confined modern condo.
An urban cottage in the sky. Like an exclusive Muskoka retreat, the balcony views are pretty fantastic, overlooking a lush ravine and private gardens. There's an indoor pool, hot tub and social events within the building.
MOVE ON IF
You want that trendy, youthful condo overlooking King West that's walkable to indie retailers and restaurants. At almost $2.9 million, the building already filters out young families, and it's certainly ideal for retirees and older professionals who likely winter in Florida and summer at the nearby North York golf courses.
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