16 Harbour Street

Condo of the week: 16 Harbour Street

What does a $7.2 million penthouse look like by the waterfront? The ultra luxury two-level suite at 16 Harbour Street won't disappoint flaunting its own custom indoor swimming pool, a private elevator and six parking spots. If a private pool doesn't float your boat, there's also a second shared one included with the condo amenities.

16 Harbour Street

The Success Towers near Harbourfront is about five years old, and the sprawling 4,600 square foot suite is being sold for the first time by the owner/developer. The first level features the main living space including all three bedrooms and a wraparound terrace.

16 Harbour Street

The second level is an entertainers dream space. The dramatic wood staircase leads to a private indoor swimming pool and spa, a sliding glass wall and panoramic view of the city. The exclusive suite also offers a private concierge and lobby.

16 Harbour Street

SPECS

16 Harbour Street

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Two-storey penthouse
  • Multiple fireplaces
  • Private elevator
  • Spa
  • 1,500 square foot terraces
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Separate concierge
16 Harbour Street

GOOD FOR

Good news for those who hate furniture shopping. The suite comes fully furnished so hope you already love the subtle and minimalist decor.

16 Harbour Street

MOVE ON IF

You can't swim or only have one car. Seriously, it would be a shame to waste that awesome indoor pool. Invest in a swim lesson or two.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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Does this $7M penthouse wow you? Have your say 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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