32 Davenport Road

Condo of the week: 32 Davenport Road

32 Davenport Road is a luxury three bedroom penthouse with a price tag of
$2,199,000
. The new thirty-one storey tower near Bay Street was completed in 2015 by Lifetime Developments and Wallman Architects whose accolades also include the posh Four Seasons Hotel.

32 Davenport Road

At almost 2,000 square feet, the suite is quite spacious with an extra room for a den or home office. With floor-to-ceiling windows, the light-filled view is naturally spectacular. There are two balconies, one wrap-around patio off the living room and another attached to the master bedroom. For additional outdoor space, the shared rooftop patio is like your own private urban oasis.

32 Davenport Road

SPECS

32 Davenport Road

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Modern eat-in kitchen
  • 2 balconies
  • Storage locker
  • Shared rooftop
32 Davenport Road

GOOD FOR

Those who don't want to live in a condo shoebox. This single level penthouse is unexpectedly spacious in a high density area like Yorkville. With new developments rising on every block, this building is better than other future micro condos.

32 Davenport Road

MOVE ON IF

You detest elevator small chat. Sadly, there's no private elevator and the shared ride to the 30th floor might feel cumbersome with unwanted company.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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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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