11 Brunel Court

Condo of the week: 11 Brunel Court

11 Brunel Court is a two bedroom, three bathroom penthouse on the market for $1,749,900. This CityPlace building features 2,350 square feet of living space including a private terrace and a front row view of the CN Tower and the Jays game.

11 Brunel Court

Spanning one floor, the suite was tastefully renovated including upgrades to the modern kitchen and custom built-ins. No doubt, the main attractions are the views from the 6ix and the dazzling outdoor patio for those summertime barbecues. Also included are condo amenities like the indoor swimming pool, hot tub and fitness studio.

11 Brunel Court

SPECS

11 Brunel Court

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Wine fridge
  • Fireplace
  • Master with walk-in closet
  • Balcony
  • Indoor swimming pool
11 Brunel Court

GOOD FOR

A hub of activity. CityPlace has transformed the downtown core with an abundance of residential buildings and retailers, making it a very desirable area of those millennials. With 24-hour transit and a coffee shop on every corner, you'll never need to leave the 'hood.

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MOVE ON IF

You can't take the heat, literally. Those panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows act as their own heater during the summer. Sadly, you might need blackout shades all day long.

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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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