3 McAlpine Street Toronto

Condo of the week: 3 McAlpine Street

A ninth-floor suite at 3 McAlpine Street offers two bedrooms, three bathrooms and an unobstructed view of the city skyline for $910,000. Located in the Domus Condominiums at Bay and Davenport, the two-level penthouse spans 1,400 square feet with a curved white staircase in the middle.

The space is elegant, featuring clean lines and expansive walls. It's ideal for those with sophisticated tastes. The main floor showcases a stainless steel kitchen and a combined living-and-dining area. The second floor flows with natural light thanks to arched windows, a unique design of the building, and a shopaholic master bedroom with triple closets.

3 McAlpine Street Toronto

You can't go wrong with the location. Technically, the building is closer to the Annex but is still steps away from Yorkville and the busy hub of Bloor Street. There's two underground parking spots included with the price - not that you'll ever need to drive in this walkable and highly transit-licious 'hood.

3 McAlpine Street Toronto

SPECS

3 McAlpine Street Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Two-storey penthouse
  • Arched windows
  • Master suite with triple closets
  • Balcony
  • Locker
  • Two parking spots
3 McAlpine Street Toronto

GOOD FOR

A spacious condo near Yorkville for under a million. At $910K, the two-bedroom is almost a bargain for this posh neighbourhood - monthly fees aside, of course.

3 McAlpine Street Toronto

MOVE ON IF

You need better amenities. There are plenty of newer and more exquisite buildings in the area boasting VIP luxuries (room service, pet spas, a gym by Madonna, etc.). The amenities in the Domus are pretty standard with the traditional fitness and party rooms. Yawn.

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