224 king street west toronto

Condo of the week: 224 King Street West

There's no shortage of luxury in this Theatre Park penthouse. Nestled on King West, there's endless access to restaurants and potential celebrity sightings - though you'll likely want to bring the party upstairs. This entertaining-approved penthouse is chock full of custom finishes to impress your guests, arguably justifying the hefty $5,475,000 price tag.

224 king street west toronto

The interior is lavish with upgrades - including the custom Italian kitchen cabinets, high-gloss black bathroom counters and marble finishes throughout. My personal favourite is the unique walnut panelled library with direct patio access, offering a classy touch to an otherwise modern penthouse.

224 king street west toronto

The wrap-around 2,000 + square foot patio is perhaps the biggest selling point, nearly doubling the square footage and offering multiple places to entertain and take in the South-facing view. And with a putting green and a hot tub on either end of the patio - why would you ever need to waste your money on King Street?

224 king street west toronto

SPECS

  • Address: 224 King Street #4701
  • Price: $5,475,000
  • Square Feet: 3,720 +
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Parking: 2
  • Maintenance Fee: n/a
  • Walk Score: 100
  • Listing agent: Shelley Shapiro
  • Listing ID: C3589482
224 king street west toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • 2,000 + square feet wrap around terrace
  • 11 foot ceilings
  • Panoramic city and lake views
  • Outdoor putting green, hot tub and outdoor kitchen
  • Custom Italian imported kitchen cabinets
  • Walnut panelled library

Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in City

Toronto is getting a massive new waterfront park with forest swings and zip wires

This history of the Union Station bus terminal in Toronto

People are already complaining of over-salting on Toronto streets and sidewalks

Three Ontario hunters fined $10,000 for shooting moose calf

John Tory pushes for work to start on Toronto's Waterfront Transit and Eglinton East lines

High Park in Toronto is turning into a muddy mess because of vehicles

Hundreds of people sign open letters urging Toronto to stop encampment evictions

Toronto cyclists call for tougher safety rules after 3 people killed in 2 months