34 Rowanwood Avenue

Condo of the week: 34 Rowanwood Avenue

It's hard to miss the glass penthouse perched atop a century old Edwardian building at 34 Rowanwood Avenue. Aptly named "The Perch," the custom built suite was constructed a few years ago to entice wealthy buyers or downsizers from the upscale Rosedale neighbourhood.

34 Rowanwood Avenue

Priced at $2,595,000, the elegant penthouse spans one floor at 1,800 square feet with two terraces overlooking the treetops. The interior space is simple -- a minimalist aesthetic with white walls and clean lines. Featuring two bedrooms and bathrooms, including a marble ensuite, there's a separate area for the home office and access to a private elevator.

36 Rowanwood Avenue

SPECS

34 Rowanwood Avenue

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Custom built glass penthouse
  • Fireplace
  • Two terraces
  • Private elevator
  • Storage locker
34 Rowanwood Avenue

GOOD FORA wealthy couple who loves tennis. The suite overlooks the elite Toronto Lawn Tennis Club, and might appeal to those condo-seekers who want a unique living space without having to shovel or mow.

34 Rowanwood Avenue

MOVE ON IF

You like to parade around in the buff. The space is decadent because of its impressive floor-to-ceiling windows and natural sunlight. You might need to wear a robe.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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