5 Mariner Terrace

Condo of the week: 5 Mariner Terrace

Jays fans, 5 Mariner Terrace is a penthouse suite with two bedrooms, three bathrooms and a fantastic view inside the Rogers Centre (weather permitting). Offered at $1,395,000, the waterfront condo featuring wrap-around windows and a 1,000 square foot terrace offers a scenic glimpse into every micro neighbourhood in the 416.

5 Mariner Terrace

The formerly desolate land near Spadina Ave. has undergone massive development over the last decade, transforming the area with soaring towers and pricey claustrophobic-sized suites. Luckily, this penthouse is larger than most at almost 2,000 square feet.

5 Mariner Terrace

Inside, you'll find a handful of unique features like the stone wall in the kitchen (love it or hate it). The amenities are, perhaps, the most impressive trademark of the building -- an indoor swimming pool, tennis and squash courts, and an old school bowling alley.

5 Mariner Terrace

SPECS

5 Mariner Terrace

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Custom stone wall
  • Walk-in closet
  • 1,000 square foot terrace
  • Hot tub
  • Indoor pool and bowling alley
5 Mariner Terrace

GOOD FOR

A killer view of the city. You can watch the Jays game from inside the hot tub.

5 Mariner Terrace

MOVE ON IF

You're not a baseball fan or you hate downtown traffic. The area is densely populated and you'll likely hear noise from below all summer long.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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Would you live here? Let us know in the comments.

Thanks to Bosley Real Estate Ltd, Brokerage for sponsoring our House of the Week. All content and editorial selected and written by blogTO.


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