33 Harbour Square

Condo of the week: 33 Harbour Square

This waterfront condo at 33 Harbour Square is a little slice of summertime paradise. At $1.8 million, the two-storey penthouse features two bedrooms, three bathrooms and, most importantly, a panoramic view of Lake Ontario.

33 Harbour Square

The elegant suite resembles an upscale townhouse, spanning 2,000 square feet of space. The main floor features a combination living and dining area, and a cozy metal-framed fireplace. There's plenty of storage, along with a walk-in closest in the master bedroom and a spacious balcony to cap the night (or day) with bubbly from the built-in wine rack.

33 Harbour Square

There are no shortages of waterfront condos right now. The Harbourfront neighbourhood is in high demand for its scenic views and proximity to the newly revitalized Queens Quay strip. If you love summer festivals and a quick trip to the Island, you'll never need to leave the area.

33 Harbour Square

SPECS

33 Harbour Square

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Two storeys
  • Built-in wine storage
  • Master with walk-in closest
  • Balcony
  • Indoor swimming pool
33 Harbour Square

GOOD FOR

A solid workout. This building offers some great amenities like a massive fitness studio that could double as a GoodLife, an indoor swimming pool, squash courts and residence-only shuttle buses. Even better, take your workout outdoors for yoga or a jog on the pier.

33 Harbour Square

MOVE ON IF

You don't want to share your neighbourhood with every tourist in the city. Harbourfront is a great destination but you'll likely pay tourist prices for that ice cream cone.

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